Jan 08, 2015
By Michael Kramer
Ontario Lottery and Gaming says it’ll turn over more money to the provincial government through its new online site, PlayOLG.ca.
The location signed on today – and gamblers can now play casino-style games including blackjack, baccarat, poker, roulette and slots.
Wagerers can also buy lottery tickets on the new OLG site.
The Agency says Ontarians currently spend up to $500,000 a year gambling with online sites – not regulated by the province.
Gamblers have to register to use the new site and establish mandatory weekly maximums for the amount they wish to wager – but they can take the money directly from bank accounts – or use their credit cards.
British Columbia, Manitoba, Quebec and all the Atlantic provinces already offer online gambling.
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