SG Extends Supply Deal With Loto-Quebec
Big gaming technology provider Scientific Games (SG) has announced an extension of its instant and hybrid Lottery games supply contract with Canadian Crown corporation Loto-Quebec. The partnership has officially been extended for another year, until January 31, 22.
Theirs is a partnership an impressive 50 years in the making, with the most recent extension ensuring a continuance of the joint tradition of Loto-Quebec instant games being created and supplied by Scientific Games. So said Loto-Quebec Senior Director of Strategy and Marketing Communications, Marie-Claudel Lalonde, of the latest partnership announcement.
Scientific Games has do date created more than 4,500 instant games for the Lottery. Among these rank a number of unique products such as Boite à Bingo, La Poule aux Oeufs d’Or, and Ultime.
Local And Thriving
Games produced by Scientific Games for Loto-Quebec, as well as for four other Canadian Crown provincial Lotteries, are all produced at the technology giant’s Montreal studio and manufacturing facility. That games are produced and manufactured locally has for five decades greatly benefited local provincial programs and will now continue to do so.
Scientific Games’ entire Montreal team is excited about having been afforded the opportunity to keep on advancing instant Lottery games for the local market and for the overall enjoyment of players in Quebec, said SG Senior Vice President, Instant Products, John Schultz of the latest development. Schultz expressed confidence in the belief that Scientific Games’ products and games are without equal in the world-wide Lottery industry, saying that the industry titan relies on close analytics and market-insights in the development of all its products.
Scientific Games provides most of Loto-Quebec’s speciality Lottery games.
Social Responsibility Matters
The gaming and Lottery technology giant today supply each and every one of the Top 10 instant Lotto games in the world. SG furthermore also generates well in excess of 70% of all global sales of instant gaming products.
Scientific Games takes great pride in its status as large-scale manufacturing employer in the east of Montreal, explained Schultz, not to mention in the local talent who are at the helm of producing instant games for the local market.
The technology giant is involved with several responsible gaming campaigns and movements around the regulated world, including the National Council on Problem Gambling’s “Gift Responsibly. Lottery Tickets Aren’t Child’s Play” campaign.
The campaign works relentlessly at attempting to raise awareness about the risks the premature introduction of Lottery products to children poses to the under-aged. Scientific Games has supported the campaign since 2018.