Loto-Québec has furthered its goal to deliver the best possible iGaming content to local players. The Crown agency recently finalised a content distribution deal with High 5 Games, adding the US-based developer’s catalogue of premium titles to its platform.
High 5 Games was founded in 1995 and has risen through the ranks of global iGaming providers to become a top provider of online games to the industry in both the B2C and B2B social and online gaming sectors. The company boasts a portfolio consisting of over 500 titles and has partners across various markets.
This new agreement means that Quebec’s online gambling market will now have access to an expanded selection of content on lotoquebec.com. Visitors to the platform will be able to enjoy High 5’s premium titles including Triple and Quadruple Double da Vinci Diamonds, Secrets of the Forest Extreme, and Caught in the Widow’s Web.
Loto-Québec is a state-run provincial agency that has managed Quebec’s lottery and casino offerings since 1969. The regulator’s responsibilities include administering gaming activities in a safe and regulated environment to local gamblers and reinvesting revenue into the province.
The partnership looks set to offer mutual benefit to both parties. High 5 Games stands to gain a larger presence in the North American iGaming market and the Crown agency can now offer a wider variety of games to its players. No set date for the final integration has been announced as yet.
Tony Singer, the CEO at High 5 games stated that the company is pleased with this development as it serves its ambition of reaching new markets in North America. He added that Loto-Québec is the ideal partner to help it gain a foothold in local territories.
The Crown corporation recently announced that it would be renewing its contract with Instant Win Gaming, an e-Instant games supplier to North American Association of State and Provincial Lotteries and World Lottery Association -member lotteries.
Loto-Québec supplies 10 iLottery programs in Northern America. In a recent online presentation at the Quebec City Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the President and CEO, Jean-Francois Bergeron, advised that the possible integration of cryptocurrency transactions is currently under consideration.