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Previously, SIGA initiated extensive tendering procedures for requesting proposals, through which BLC was selected. Crown will develop online platforms and mobile apps for locals.
Jane Hansen, president and CEO of SIGA, predicts that the new online portal and mobile app will be available by October this year. According to his opinion, the agreement with BCLC is a big step forward for the project, and no First Nation organization in the county has had the opportunity to oversee the provincial iGaming platform.
Hansen said First Nation will make the most of this opportunity to generate a lot of revenue and benefits, returning to the beneficiary countries and local governments. Local platforms are only available to Saskatchewan residents and must be at least 19 years old to use an account.
The president and CEO said it would be the only platform with a protocol that can identify users' ages and geographic locations. Therefore, securing a safe environment. BCLC's PlayNow will be customized specifically for the Saskatchewan market. This is because B.C. corporation already provides various services to Manitoba Liquor and Lotte.
According to Hansen, single-event betting will be one of the most popular verticals on the new platform. He said the proposal creates a more active and participatory player base because more people will be watching for longer. He added that sports betting brands will have to pay the league for huge amounts of data to local teams.
Like all other state and casino industries, SIGA's game operations have been severely impacted by the closure of gaming properties. Saskatchewan closed all casinos until June 2021 after going into lockdown at the end of 2020, and has since been able to resume operations. Resume at a casino that operates with limited capacity and food and beverage restrictions.
people recognized for their work
In March 2020, the Saskatchewan Indian Games Authority was recognized for its proven interest in the province. At the time, SIGA was recognized as one of the best employers in the province for the third consecutive year. The organization was once again named one of the top 100 employers in Canada's list of top 100 employer projects.
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