The Quebec government is partnering with High 5 Games, the fast-paced card game developed in partnership to push for a new way of playing. This will be one of Canada’s first blockchain casinos and it could encourage other provinces to take up similar partnerships and build their own games powered by the blockchain.
Loto-Québec has once again shown its commitment to provide the highest quality iGaming goods to its numerous local gamers. The Crown agency just struck a content distribution arrangement with High 5 Games, a renowned US-based slot provider. As a result, more innovative and intriguing material will be available to its gamblers, and the provider’s development into North America will continue.
As previously said, the slot supplier is situated in the United States, and it has established itself as one of the best recognized producers of casino games since its entry to the sector in 1995. It has a premium library of over 500 games available to its various partners across several regions, and it is a leader in both the B2C and B2B social and online gaming industries.
Expanding into New Areas
With the latest deal between the Crown company and the iGaming provider, Quebec’s gambling fans will have even more options to pick from on lotoquebec.com. The provider’s best blockbusters, including Triple and Quadruple Double da Vinci Diamonds, Secrets of the Forest Extreme, Caught in the Widow’s Web, and new releases, will be available to players on the online platform.
Crown agency is a state-run provincial organization entrusted with handling Quebec’s lottery and casino operations in the area, as many people are aware. Since 1969, the regulator has overseen the safe and controlled administration of gaming operations while also giving fresh and intriguing choices to the numerous local gamblers. Its whole money is re-invested in public initiatives across the province.
High 5 Games will be able to further grow its footprint in the North American iGaming sector as a result of the cooperation, which is expected to benefit both parties. The Crown business, on the other hand, will provide a greater selection of games to its customers. The firms state that no specific date has been established for the deal’s completion, but that the material would come at the same time it does internationally.
Tony Singer, CEO of the iGaming provider, said that the firm is glad to cooperate with Loto-Québec as it continues to seek new markets on the continent. According to him, the North American market is one of the most interesting in the sector, and the supplier has found a wonderful partner in the local market in the form of the Crown agency.
Loto-Québec has further information.
The Crown company stated at the end of last month that it would extend its contract with Instant Win Gaming, a provider of e-Instant games to NASPL/WLA-member lotteries. Currently, the provider provides 10 iLottery programs across Northern America, and it will remain Quebec’s primary supplier for the foreseeable future thanks to this extension.
In addition, Crown President and CEO Jean-Francois Bergeron indicated that cryptocurrency payments are in the works during an online presentation at the Quebec City Chamber of Commerce and Industry, or QCCCI. Mr. Bergeron, on the other hand, underlined that the business is simply considering them and that no actual agreements have been reached yet.
FingerLakes, March 7, 2022, “Agreement between High 5 Games and Loto-Quebec confirmed.”