The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) has signed a 22-year Casino Operating and Services Agreement (COSA) with Ontario Gaming GTA LP (OGGLP) for the GTA Gaming Bundle.
OLG announced the selection of Ontario Gaming West GTA Limited Partnership as the service provider for the West GTA Gaming Bundle.
OLG’S PROCUREMENT PROCESS
The RFPQ process helps OLG determine the capacity of an organization or group to provide the day-to-day services for lottery or gaming in Ontario. Interested service provides are asked to submit information on their financial and technical capabilities, including proof of experience with similar projects. The RFPQ process allows OLG to create a list of service providers eligible to receive the RFP documents.
|RFPQ||Release Date||Close Date|
|Niagara Gaming Bundle||13-OCT-2016||15-DEC-2016|
|Ottawa Area Gaming Bundle||
|First issue cancelled 21-DEC-2015
|GTA Gaming Bundle||12-DEC-2013||10-SEP-2015|
|West GTA Gaming Bundle||12-DEC-2013||13-MAR-2014|
|Central Gaming Bundle||12-DEC-2013||13-MAR-2014|
|Southwest Gaming Bundle||29-MAY-2013||8-AUG-2013|
|East Gaming Bundle||30-NOV-2012||7-MAR-2013|
|North Gaming Bundle||30-NOV-2012||14-MAR-2013|
The RFP is an opportunity for pre-qualified service providers to bid on a specific product or service through a competitive and transparent procurement process. RFPs will only be distributed to pre-qualified service providers.
|RFP||Release Date||Service Provider
|Lottery Player Platform||16-MAY-2017|
|Niagara Gaming Bundle||10-APR-2017|
|Central Gaming Bundle||31-MAR-2017|
|27-OCT-2016||Hard Rock Casino Ottawa
|West GTA Gaming Bundle||20-OCT-2016||Ontario Gaming West GTA Limited Partnership
|Niagara Falls Entertainment Centre||30-JUN-2016||Niagara Falls Entertainment Partners
|GTA Gaming Bundle||11-FEB-2016||Ontario Gaming GTA LP
|North Gaming Bundle||23-NOV-2015||Gateway Casinos & Entertainment Limited
|Southwest Gaming Bundle||23-NOV-2015||Gateway Casinos & Entertainment Limited
|East Gaming Bundle||25-APR-2014||Ontario Gaming East Limited Partnership
More About OLG Modernization
On March 12, 2012, OLG delivered a report entitled Modernizing Lottery and Gaming in Ontario: Strategic Business Review, to the Minister of Finance outlining a proposal to modernize lottery and gaming in Ontario.Download the full report (PDF)
To achieve this, OLG is focusing on three priorities:
- become more customer-focused
- securing qualified service providers for the day-to-day operation of lottery and gaming
- renewing OLG’s role in the conduct, management and oversight of lottery and gaming
When OLG’s modernization (including initiatives already underway) is fully implemented, OLG will increase its contribution to the province by continuing to create jobs and triggering private investment across Ontario.
OLG is conducting a competitive procurement process within the guidelines/regulations mandated by the Government of Ontario for these goods/services.
As we move through the process we will update this website with current information. Any questions regarding this procurement process must be directed to email@example.com.
View a map of Ontario Gaming Zones.
Find the number of gaming facilities allowed in your municipality and how many slot machines and table games permitted at each.
See the Gaming Zones MapOLG GAMING ZONES MAP
OLG GAMING ZONES MAP (PDF)