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Ontario fines pair iGaming operators for multiple advertising breaches

In Canada and the gaming regulator for the province of Ontario has punished a pair of recently-licensed iGaming operators for breaking its rules on advertising and the provision of inducements.

The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario watchdog used an official Tuesday press release to detail that it has hit BetMGM Canada with a fine of about $37,460 while penalizing PointsBet Canada to the tune of approximately $23,400. The regulator explained that these sanctions come after the province of slightly over 14.2 million people from last month began licensing firms to legally prov…