Loto-Québec and Gaming Realms Have Formed a Partnership to Introduce Slingo Games

It was recently disclosed that Gaming Realms would expand its services into the Québec gambling market, with a particular emphasis on its Slingo Original games, through a partnership with Loto-Québec, the provincial organization that is the only licensed and regulated iGaming operator in the province. Gaming Realms will be expanding its offerings to focus on its Slingo Original games.

Slingo Extreme and Blackjack Xchange will make their debut on Loto-iGaming Québec’s platform first, followed by Slingo and Blackjack Xchange on other platforms developed, produced, and licensed by Gaming Realms, a company located in the United Kingdom that creates, produces, and licenses Slingo, slots, and mobile device casino games. The catalog will continue to expand with the release of other titles in the not-too-distant future.


Slingo is one of the game types that has been made available to residents of Quebec for a significant amount of time, and annual ticket sales have reached several million tickets. Because Québec is one of the major iGaming markets in North America and has a population that is greater than 8.5 million people, the value of this landmark cooperation has been increased as a result.


Gaming Realms plans to launch its mobile gaming content in Canada, and it will do so in conjunction with its partner in North America, Light & Wonder (formerly known as Scientific Games Corporation).


Following the acquisition of an Ontario gaming license by the company, the chief financial officer of Gaming Realms, Mark Segal, commented that the company was happy with the premiere of the company’s goods in the new jurisdiction of Ontario.


He also said that the year 2022 will be a “exciting moment” for the mobile game content provider, as the company is swiftly establishing a foothold in the Canadian market, with goals to expand even further in the North American region. He said this would make the year 2022 a “exciting moment” for the mobile game content developer.


The head of products and innovation at Loto-Québec, Stéphane Martel, remarked that the gaming material provided by Gaming Realms is an excellent complement to the casino games portfolio given by Loto-online Québec. He also stated that Loto-consumers Québec’s would like the extra services that are provided on the platform as well.


Loto-Québec was the first market in Canada to introduce games to its players that were produced by Red Tiger. Previously, Loto-Québec had also launched these games. The parent business of Red Tiger, Evolution Gaming, had also recently signed a contract with Loto-Québec to provide Loto-Québec’s land-based venues in Quebec with their brand-new Evolution live gaming tables.

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