Canadian legislators have long been in the midst of making changes regarding gambling. The country as a whole is moving slowly into the online world. There are obviously some countries that have embraced gaming with open arms. Their legislators know that the world of gambling is lucrative. There are billions of dollars to be had in the market and legislators are taking advantage of it by creating laws to bring in tax revenue dollars and licensing fees. Countries all over the world are bringing in millions of dollars a month thanks to the hobby. And people are responding! More and more gamers are entering the market too due to the lucrative deals. Some experts are citing the change in market and the recent recession as the reason why people are trying to get “quick cash” from gaming. More are willing to take the chance at online gambling now. Canada is a country that is not so sure that they want to open the door to wagering though—or at least not very quickly.
Canada is making show changes though. The country made news earlier this year with their first installation of an online gambling company and now they are bringing another one to the market. This time it is Espacejeux.com. This website is hoping to follow in the success of PlayNow.com. The casino already offers a long list of table games, roulette and blackjack to gamers in the market. they can go there and play the vast number of games and take advantage of the promotions available. There are not as many bonuses as other casinos, but this is a good stating point for the country. They are currently taking on a wait and see attitude toward gambling. PlayNow.com garnered a record number of new Canadian gamers when it opened and is going strong. It has built itself up over the past few months to be a huge success to the market. If Espacejeux.com can replicate the deal, they too can build up the revenue stream the country has access to and help to turn its market around. Not only is that great financial news, but it also could open the door to other gaming companies entering the market.