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by Ralph Trayfalgar Updated:
It was recently revealed that Gaming Realms would expand its services into Québec gambling, focusing on its Slingo Original games, through a cooperation with Loto-Québec, the provincial organization that is the sole licensed and regulated iGaming operator in the province.
Gaming Realms, a UK-based firm that develops, produces, and licenses Slingo, slots, and mobile device casino games, will debut Slingo Extreme and Blackjack Xchange on Loto-iGaming Québec’s platform first, followed by Slingo and Blackjack Xchange on other platforms. The remainder of the games in the portfolio will be released in the near future.
Residents of Québec have had access to the Slingo game type for quite some time, with yearly ticket sales reaching several million tickets. With a population of over 8.5 million people, Québec is one of the largest iGaming markets in North America, thereby boosting the value of this landmark partnership.
In collaboration with its North American partner, Light & Wonder (previously known as Scientific Games Corporation), Gaming Realms also intends to debut its mobile gaming content in Canada.
Gaming Realms’ chief financial officer, Mark Segal, remarked that the firm was thrilled with the debut of the company’s goods in the new province of Ontario following the company’s acquisition of an Ontario gaming license.
He also added that the year 2022 will be an “exciting moment” for the mobile game content creator, as the firm is rapidly acquiring a footing in the Canadian market, with ambitions to expand even further in the North American area.
Stéphane Martel, the head of products and innovation at Loto-Québec stated that Gaming Realms’ gaming content is a fantastic addition to Loto-online Québec’s casino games portfolio, and that Loto-consumers Québec’s will like the additional offerings offered on the platform as well.
Loto-Québec had also previously launched games developed by Red Tiger to its players – the first market in Canada to do so. Red Tiger’s parent company Evolution Gaming had also inked a deal with Loto-Québec to provide their Evolution new live gaming tables in Quebec’s land-based venues.