Loto-Québec and Blueprint Gaming collaborate
Currently, the igaming market’s attention is focused on Canada. Other igaming firms are willing to enter the Canadian market now that single-event sports betting has been legalized since August. To make their games available to Canadians, game developers are likely to announce many more agreements in the future.
Blueprint Gaming, a well-known slot developer, is now collaborating with Loto-Quebec especially for the reason to make their games available for the Canadian casino public.
They’re looking to get their games out in the Quebec market. Loto-Quebec will soon be offering a number of Blueprint slots to its customers as a result of this newly signed partnership. First, Blueprint signed on with the OLG earlier this year (Ontario Lottery and Gaming).
It is expected that Blueprint will attract more customers in the Canadian online gaming market as a result of this move.
“We are 100% sure that including the Blueprint games in our selection of games will certainly be appreciated by all our customers”
Marie-Eve Laberge, the Product Manager of Loto Quebec
More than 300 titles are now available through Blueprint. Of course, not all of these are applied in this transaction. In this great deal, you’ll get the following games:
- Buffalo Rising
- Rick & Morty Wubba Lubba Dub Dub
- Sausage Party
- The Goonies
Additionally, various games utilizing the progressive Jackpot King system will be made available by Toto-Quebec. This gives players a chance to win a huge jackpot or smaller sub-jackpots that pay out more frequently.
Ryan Collinge (Business Development Director at Blueprint Gaming) claims that Loto-Quebec is creating an online casino game selection in addition to their lotteries, which will be stronger and more expansive. Blueprint, he says, is pleased about the deal since it will help their own titles find traction in Canada.
A sign of how popular Blueprint’s games are, Collinge says, is that they’re being played by a wide range of people, including those in Canada.
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