AGLC Unveils Legal Online Casino Domain
On Thursday, the Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Commission (AGLC) launched Alberta province’s first 100 per cent legal online casino. PlayAlberta.ca now offers to local players a big variety of online casino entertainment – including online slots, instant-win games, and even Lottery-style offerings.
According to a special information story ran on Friday by iGBNorthAmerica.com, the online casino domain launched by the AGLC was designed by NeoPollard Interactive, which iGaming expert specialises in online platform design and administration.
Boosted By GameSense
What makes the domain even more impressive and well-rounded is that it even comes boosted by the British Columbia Lottery Corporation’s proprietary GameSense tool – which is a responsible gambling tool allowing gaming enthusiasts to decide for themselves how long it is that they want to play for, and within the limits of a set budget. The tool furthermore offers to players a large variety of advice and support when needed the most.
But the launch of PlayAlberta.ca also means that the only one of Canada’s ten provinces still without some form of legal online gambling is Saskatchewan. And legal online gambling would be an offering well worth looking into because of the potential for revenue generation – which is even more critically important now than ever before because of local economies having been damaged by the effects of the global health crisis.
Instant, Safe & Responsible
To Alain Maisonneuve, President and Chief Executive Officer of the AGLC, the launch of the online gaming domain represents one more way in which the Crown corporation is bringing to local Albertans an offering that will allow them to engage with gambling games in a safe and responsible manner.
The newly launched online gaming domain will offer to players a variety of gambling entertainment options, said Maisonneuve of the launch of the website, and best of all, gambling options boosted by responsible gaming features designed by the BCLC. But what’s more, it is also an initiative that will generate financial support for the benefit of those services and support services Canadians living in Alberta rely on each and every day.
In Support Of Canadians
As for the revenue impact that may be expected of the new PlayAlberta.ca domain, previous projections estimated a little over CA$1 billion over the course of a 12-month period. This type of revenue generated could obviously represent a lifeline to many local citizens in need of support and in a wide variety of ways.
The launch of the new locally administrated domain will furthermore also ensure that local Albertans steer clear of illegal online domains offered them by unregulated offshore operators and suppliers.