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Welcome to CGA’s Newest Member!

The Canadian Gaming Association (CGA) is pleased to welcome our newest member, TRM Public Affairs.

TRM Public Affairs is a boutique public affairs firm providing specialized counsel to gaming industry clients. TRM has been at the forefront of the iGaming lobby in Canada for seventeen years. The firm has played a pioneering role in successive iGaming milestones, beginning with the defeat of prohibitionist legislation in Ontario in 2006. Their team includes former gaming regulators, lottery corporation executives, political operatives, and casino management professionals. They help clients navigate the complex regulatory and operational environments across Canada.


AGCO Launches Consultation on Celebrity & Athlete Participation in iGaming Advertising

Last week, the AGCO released a consultation on a proposed amendments to Section 2.03 of the Registrar’s Standards for Internet Gaming. The paper outlines a series of questions the AGCO is seeking feedback on related to the proposed amendments. The consultation is open until May 8th. Access the consultation document.

To provide feedback, you must register with ConnectAGCO and create an account. CGA is preparing a response to this announcement, which will be shared once completed.


Save The Date: CGA Member Reception at the 2023 Gaming Summit

The CGA will be hosting a reception for our members at the 2023 Canadian Gaming Summit on Tuesday, June 13, 2023. More details and timing to come.


Register Now for the Canadian Gaming Summit 2023

The Canadian Gaming Summit (CGS) returns from June 13-15 in Toronto, and registration is now open! Secure your spot among the brightest minds in Canadian Gaming and Betting and purchase your pass today! Learn more.


Industry & Member News

Paul Burns on The Current with Matt Galloway

CGA CEO Paul Burns spoke with Matt Galloway on CBC’s The Current last Thursday about the relationship between advertising, athletes, celebrities and iGaming. Listen now.