OnAir Entertainment™ has announced its intention to enter the US market in 2023, in response to the significant expansion of online casinos in regulated North American markets.

In a span of ten months, OnAir has successfully launched in nine markets and gained significant popularity in Ontario, Canada. Now, the company has its sights set on expanding into several US states. OnAir plans to launch in all major regulated states, as well as those soon-to-be regulated.

The provider has been working on developing products specifically for the United States. OnAir Entertainment currently offers a range of games, including Live Blackjack, Roulette, Auto Roulette, 9 Pots of Gold™ Streamicon™ Edition, Eclipse Blackjack™, Lotus Speed Baccarat™, and Card Matchup with a sports theme. They also expect their Dual Play game to assist operators in promoting their land-based services through online streams.

OnAir Entertainment™ was established in the latter part of 2020 and is based in Malta, the prominent gaming center in Europe. The company operates a live studio in Latvia and also has branches in Poland and Estonia. Leading the executive team are chief executive Andres Rengifo, previously responsible for international operations at Evolution; chief commercial officer Simon Field, formerly in charge of commercial affairs at NetEnt; and managing director for North America, Oliver Reid, who previously held the position of chief operating officer at Authentic Gaming.

Oliver Reid, Managing Director, Americas, at OnAir Entertainment™, expressed confidence in the company’s US plans. He mentioned that their team is well-equipped to dominate the live casino market in the US by offering top-notch solutions, content, and a wealth of experience in launching successful multi-studio and innovative games for major brands in regulated US markets. Reid eagerly anticipates executing their strategy and achieving their goals.

By joining forces with OnAir Entertainmentᵀᴹ and seamlessly incorporating our established products and technologies, we are confident that US brands will thrive in the fast-paced American market.

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