The gaming hall at the Fleur de Lys shopping centre in Quebec will be moved to the Méga Centre Beauport.
Canada.- The provincial lottery operator Loto-Québec has announced the relocation of its gaming hall in Fleur de Lys shopping centre to the Méga Centre Beauport. The gaming hall will close for two weeks from November 15 to November 28 and open on November 29 at its new location.
The new hall will have 335 electronic gaming terminals, the same number as the current venue. Relocating the gaming hall will cost C$12m, a figure similar to the previous relocation undertaken in 2014.
The new location is in a neighbourhood on the outskirts of downtown Québec City with easy access.
Pierre Maltais, general manager of the Salon de jeux de Québec said: “We’re proud and also very excited about greeting our customers in the modern, friendly and safe environment of our new gaming hall, which is sure to become a favourite entertainment destination in the area”.