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IGT Partners With Canadian Lotteries

Slot and system manufacturer International Game Technology announced two new supply agreements with Canadian lotteries.

The company announced a deal to supply interactive online casino games to EspaceJeux.com, Loto-Québec’s online gaming site, and a separate agreement with Atlantic Lottery to supply new VLTs.

The Loto-Québec games will launch this year on EspaceJeux.com for players in Quebec, Canada. During the first phase of this agreement, IGT will provide access to four of its top-performing titles—Cleopatra; Wheel Of Fortune Hollywood Edition; Monopoly with Pass Go Bonus; and Clue.

In a separate release, the company announced an agreement with Atlantic Lottery, a public corporation owned by the governments of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador, to provide 1,612 video lottery terminals for the replacement of obsolete units.    

“Through our combined efforts with Atlantic Lottery, IGT looks forward to bringing exceptional products to the VLT market,” said Eric Tom, IGT vice president of North American sales. “We are excited to extend our partnership with Atlantic Lottery as we continue to deliver the industry’s leading game library.”

The platform being provided is IGT’s GL20 lottery terminal. Designed specifically for the video lottery industry, the GL20 complies with industry-standard Gaming Association specifications and G2S protocols. 

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