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Loto-Québec Partners with High 5 Games

Once again, Loto-Québec proves that it is determined to always bring the best quality of iGaming products to its many local players. Just recently, the Crown agency has signed a content distribution agreement with a leading US-based slot provider, High 5 Games. Thus, providing more new and exciting content to its gamblers, and continuing the provider’s expansion into North America.

As already mentioned, the slot supplier is based in the U.S. and since its introduction to the industry in 1995 it has established itself as one of the best independent providers of casino titles. It offers a premium collection of more than 500 titles to its many partners from numerous markets, and it is prominent in both B2C and B2B social and online gaming sectors.

Expanding to New Territories

With the recent agreement between the Crown corporation and the iGaming provider, Quebec’s gambling enthusiasts will have even greater variety on to choose from. Players of the online platform will have access to the provider’s biggest hits such as Triple and Quadruple Double da Vinci Diamonds, Secrets of the Forest Extreme, Caught in the Widow’s Web, and its new releases.

As many know Crown agency is a state-run provincial corporation that is tasked with overseeing Quebec’s lottery and casino offerings in the region. Since, 1969, the regulator has administered gaming activities in a safe and regulated manner, while also providing new and exciting options to it many local gamblers. All of its revenue is reinvested in the province through public programs.

It is believed that the partnership will turn out to be mutually beneficial for both sides, as High 5 Games will be able to further expand its presence in the North American iGaming market. While the Crown entity will provide broader game variety to its players. The companies inform that particular date has not been set for the finalization of the deal, but the content will arrive at the same time that it does globally.

CEO of the iGaming supplier, Tony Singer, commented that as the company continues its quest of reaching new markets on the continent, it is quite pleased to collaborate with Loto-Québec. In his words, the North American market is one the most exciting ones in the industry, and in the face of the Crown agency, the provider has found a great partner to have in the local market.

More from Loto-Québec

At the end of last month, the Crown corporation announced that it will be renewing its contract agreement with Instant Win Gaming, which is a supplier of e-Instant games to NASPL/WLA-member lotteries. Currently, the provider supplies 10 iLottery programs in Northern America, and through this extension, it will continue to be Quebec’s main provider for the years to come.

In addition to that, at an online presentation at the Quebec City Chamber of Commerce and Industry or QCCCI, President and CEO Jean-Francois Bergeron of the Crown revealed that cryptocurrency payments are on the cards. Mr. Bergeron, however, clarified that the corporation only considers them and that there are no concrete agreements as of yet.

Source: “Agreement between High 5 Games and Loto-Quebec confirmed”, FingerLakes, March 7, 2022