Hacksaw Gaming has launched its Rocket Reels game on the operator’s casino website.
Canada.- Hacksaw Gaming has entered the Québec market through a partnership agreement with Loto-Québec, which operates the province’s lottery and online casino. It’s released its Rocket Reels game and will launch other titles in the coming weeks, including Hand of Anubis.
Hacksaw Gaming CCO Gabrielle Star said: “It’s been a pleasure for the whole team working with Loto-Québec who ensured a seamless launch via our partners Light & Wonder OGS platform. To be able to tick off another state lottery during 2022 is a huge achievement! We look forward to a fruitful and long-lasting cooperation from here forward.”
In May, Hacksaw Gaming announced it had received its first licence in North America. The company was approved by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission for Ontario (AGCO) to offer a selection of its portfolio in the Canadian province. Its first titles to go live in Ontario include Chaos Crew, Joker Bombs, Wanted: Dead or a Wild, and some from their latest Dare2Win vertical with titles, Mines and Boxes.
Earlier this year, Hacksaw Gaming was granted a supplier licence from the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission. The licence allows Hacksaw to offer its services to Isle of Man-licensed operators. The news comes after the software developer gained approval for entry into the Spanish gambling market.
Inspired launches first ilottery game via Loto-Québec
The gaming supplier Inspired Entertainment has announced the launch of its first ilottery game in partnership with Loto-Québec. Pharaon Réaction was created especially for Loto-Québec and combines the Loto-Québec branding with the mechanics of Inspired’s Scarab Treasures Interactive game.
Inspired Entertainment was approved for a gaming supplier licence from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (ACGO). The licence allows Inspired to offer its games to AGCO-approved operators in the province of Ontario.