Loto-Québec Partners With Blueprint Gaming

Written By Katarina Vojvodic on November 23, 2021
Loto-Quebec headquarters in Montreal, Québec

All eyes on Canada!

Since single-event sports betting launched in August, operators and suppliers have set their sights on the Canadian gambling market.

In that spirit, slot developer Blueprint Gaming partnered with Loto-Québec to launch its games in the province. This latest agreement will see the lottery go live with an array of Blueprint’s slot titles.

“The move will further strengthen Blueprint Gaming’s foothold within the Canadian market.”

Canadian lottery is now live with Blueprint slots following an integration via Scientific Games’ OpenGaming platform.

Another high-profile Canadian launch

Titles included in the deal include Megaways offerings like Buffalo Rising and Prospector.

It also includes Blueprint’s branded games like Rick and Morty Wubba Lubba Dub Dub, Sausage Party and The Goonies.

Additionally, Loto-Québec will also offer games that incorporate the developer’s Jackpot King progressive system. These games allow players to claim the main prize, along with the smaller royal and regal pots that offer more frequent payouts.

Gaining momentum

“Loto-Québec is building a strong online casino offering,” said Ryan Collinge, Blueprint’s Gaming’s group business development director.

”We’re delighted to have secured this partnership with the lottery to supply our wide range of games.” “The popularity of Blueprint slots is gaining momentum in Canada following a strong launch,” added Collinge. The deal is further testament of how our games can resonate with players in multiple markets worldwide.” 

The gaming studio will also freshen up the offering. Over the coming months, The Gauselmann Group’s subsidiary plans to supply Loto-Québec with games to improve player engagement.

“Bringing Blueprint Gaming’s content into our online offering will be greatly appreciated by our players,” said Marie-Eve Laberge, product manager at Loto-Québec.

In July, Blueprint Gaming secured a deal with Ontario Lottery and Gaming (OLG).

Founded in 2009, the company currently has a portfolio of over 300 games. 

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Katarina is a Toronto-based online gambling writer who holds a master's degree in journalism. Before joining PlayCanada, she was part of the AskGamblers crew where she reported about the world of online casinos and interviewed numerous iGaming experts. Being in the industry for 5 years, she became an expert in online slots.

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