Xpoint, the leading geolocation technology company specializing in sports betting, iGaming and gambling in North America, has announced that it is a sponsor of the forthcoming Canadian Gaming Summit (CGS). Taking place at the Metro Toronto Convention Center from June 7 – 9, CGS is Canada’s premier gaming event, and an important annual opportunity for the Canadian and wider North American gaming industry to meet in-person.
The announcement that Xpoint is sponsoring the 25th edition of CGS comes shortly before Xpoint will be live for the first time in the Canadian market with a partner whose online gaming platform will go live in early June. Xpoint has also recently announced its first-ever awards nominations, in the prestigious SBC North America Awards 2022, in the categories of Rising Star in Sports Betting and Rising Star in Casino, further signs of Xpoint’s ongoing establishment and growth in Canada and the USA as the most innovative, partner-focused geolocation technology suppliers working the North American gaming industry.
“I’m delighted we have been able to take up the opportunity to partner with CGS, the most prestigious Canadian gaming industry event of the year,” commented Marvin Sanderson, Xpoint CEO and Co-Founder. “This is a very exciting time for Xpoint, in particular in Canada where our first partner will soon be live in Ontario, which means that, just eight months after we unveiled Xpoint for the first time in Las Vegas, we’ll able to celebrate being live in the Canadian market with everyone who attends CGS.”
Xpoint’s innovative geolocation solutions provide technology that enables sportsbooks and Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) operators to meet their regulatory obligations, helping engage with their customers safely and securely. Xpoint Verify is the real money gaming operator’s geolocation product of choice, while Xpoint Lite is specifically designed for DFS operators. Xpoint’s innovation is not just in product design and delivery, it is also inherent in the company’s ability to work with its partners to turn location-based data into business assets, transforming a utility into a business benefit.