Oddsworks partners with Loto-Québec to debut its Betguard RGS platform

October 6, 2023
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Oddsworks will be providing a range of iCasino, table, scratch cards and video poker games to Loto-Québec.

Oddsworks will debut its Betguard Remote Gaming Server (RGS) and gaming content in a partnership with Canadian lottery, Loto-Québec.

Oddsworks, an Illinois-based iGaming company that provides RGS technology and interactive content, has partnered with Loto-Québec to release its Betguard RGS platform. The platform will also provide proprietary and third-party game content in Canada.

As part of the deal, Oddsworks will be providing a range of iCasino, table, scratch cards and video poker games to Loto-Québec.

Some of Oddsworks slot titles are: Aztec Temple Treasures, The Sand Princess, Golden Wild, Apollo God of the Sun, Ways of the Labyrinth, Aztec Blox, Celtic Goddess, Kraken Conquest, Legends of Kalahari, Ave Caesar and more.

Last year, Oddsworks teamed up with BetMGM to provide its Betguard RGS platform in four US states; Michigan, New Jersey, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. Furthermore, Oddsworks also signed a distribution deal with Ruby Seven Studios.

Meanwhile, Loto-Québec signed a five-year partnership with Scientific Games back in 2022, as well as teamed up with High 5 Games to provide its games through its online casino.

Stéphane Martel, Head of Product and Innovation with Loto-Québec commented, “We are excited to bring Oddsworks’ game content to our offering. Oddsworks’ extensive library of proprietary table games will hit the mark with our players.”

Meanwhile, Steven De Mar, EVP at Oddsworks, added, “Oddsworks is honored to work with Loto-Québec in its first Canadian market. We expect great results that will lead to further growth with our neighbors to the North. We are excited to see what the future brings with Loto-Québec.”

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