High 5 Games Join Forces With Loto-Quebec
Loto-Quebec is clearly on a mission to expand its catalogue of content. The company announced that it has finalised a partnership with High 5 Games, thereby getting access to a ton of new products. This is, of course, good news for locals looking to try out new types of gambling entertainment. As far as High 5 Games is concerned, this is obviously also good news for them. The developer declared that it is keen to expand to new regions and has now had its wish granted.
The developer’s studio is presently based in the United States, having originally been founded in 1995. Though, as popular as the company has grown locally, they have yet to truly explore broader markets. Now, it seems, they have finally found the doorway to start expanding beyond local borders. Their quality selection of 500 games will finally be available to Canadians through Loto-Quebec, marking a true march into a new era.
A Wealth Of New Games
For Quebec locals this means trying out truly excellent games, including classics such as Caught In The Widow’s Web, Secrets Of The Forest Extreme, Triple, and Quadruple Double Da Vinci Diamonds. Not to mention all future releases from the developer will now automatically also be made available through the platform.
Either way it’s looked at, the partnership is clearly mutually beneficial for both parties involved. Loto-Quebec has a wider range of products, and High 5 Games is reaching an all-new audience. There is no official date yet as to when the content will be available through the Quebec platform, but it likely won’t be long now.
Tony Singer, CEO of the developer, shared some thoughts on the partnership.
Reaching New Global Markets
Singer declared that he has been looking to penetrate new markets for some time now and is thrilled that it turned out to be an organisation as prestigious as Loto-Quebec. He elaborated that the United States market is in a period of massive expansion, and that having a powerful partner is the best possible position to be in.
The Crown agency, which oversees Loto-Quebec, did not make any official statement on the matter. But it is clear that a great deal of effort is being put into expanding gambling services. How this new collaboration works out remains to be seen, but it is certainly a time of major expansion for Canadian and American gambling markets. What a wonderful time for the iGaming industry in general.