By Christoffer Ødegården, head of casino at Bojoko
This is a sentiment that has been echoed by many in the online casino industry, he argues, adding that it is widely believed that high minimum deposits can be a barrier to entry for many potential players.
Ødegården says: “Reducing the required minimum deposit would allow more players to try out a casino without having to risk too much money.
"This is particularly important for new players who may be hesitant to deposit large amounts of money into a casino that they are not familiar with. By offering lower minimum deposits, Canadian casinos can attract more players who may be curious about their offerings but not yet ready to commit large sums of money."
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