The amount of revenue the Canadian Gambling industry generates in a year is close to $13 billion. Another interesting fact is, every Canadian household tends to spend around $1,000 annually on average in online as well as land-based casinos. Gambling games like slot machines, video pokers, roulette, and blackjack are well celebrated in Canadian casinos. But, for wagering money into the casino games, players need to be minimum 19 years old. This age limit is also applicable for bookmakers operating in the Canadian market.
Canadian gambling industry is regulated by different regulatory bodies, which are responsible for different provinces and territories of Canada. Few of these regulatory territories are Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission for gambling in Alberta, Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch for British Columbia, Liquor Gaming Authority of Manitoba, for Manitoba, Gaming, Liquor and Security Licensing Branch for New Brunswick, etc.