NorthStar Gaming signs agreement with BettorView in Ontario

NorthStar Gaming signs agreement with BettorView in Ontario

The deal will enable NorthStar to engage with consumers in restaurants and bars in the Canadian province.

Canada.- The online casino and sportsbook operator NorthStar Gaming has entered an agreement with BettorView to engage with consumers in restaurants and bars in the Canadian province of Ontario. BettorView has a propriety plug-and-play solution that serves sports betting content to venues.

Michael Moskowitz, chair and CEO of NorthStar Gaming, said: “Partnering with BettorView will fuel growth and expansion of the NorthStar Bets player base, while also increasing brand awareness amongst priority audiences. The restaurant and bar space is a great sector to reach target consumers who have a high propensity to wager and are often watching live sports and games in a social environment.”

Javier Vargas, CEO at BettorView, added: “NorthStar is the ideal partner for us to initiate our entry into Canada with our technology. Our technology allows our gaming and venue partners to customize and localize content so that it fully resonates for sports fans, while also educating them on sports betting and responsible gambling in general. As a Canadian-owned gaming brand with deep Ontario roots, NorthStar shares our appreciation for authentically reaching Ontario sports fans, and we’re proud to partner with them.”

NorthStar Gaming recently announced that its online casino and sportsbook NorthStar Bets will be available across Canada. The gaming platform debuted in Ontario in May 2022. NorthStar Gaming Holdings’ chief financial officer Jennifer Barber will leave the company today (December 1) to pursue other opportunities. Chin Dhushenthen, currently the vice president of finance and compliance, will assume the role of interim CFO.

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