Tangiamo approved for final Loto-Quebec jurisdictional certification

December 19, 2023
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The company can now install its MultiPLAY Roulette titles in Canada.

Tangiamo Touch Technology has gained its final Loto-Québec jurisdictional certification. The company noted that this achievement is a milestone because it allows Tangiamo to install its MultiPLAY Roulette games throughout the Canadian province of Quebec, including at Canada’s largest casino, the Montréal Casino.

Tangiamo CEO Chris Steele commented further on the approval by saying, “This certification is more than just a procedural achievement; it's a gateway to new opportunities.

“We're now well positioned to replicate this success in other regulated jurisdictions, potentially leading to increased sales and new partnerships.”

Tangiamo said that the Loto-Québec installation will be its gaming solution’s showcase.

The company said in a statement, “This installation will serve as a testament to the product's quality, reliability and appeal in a highly regulated and competitive market. It will act as a key reference point for potential clients and partners, demonstrating these capabilities in a real-world setting.

“It also reaffirms the company’s commitment to meeting stringent regulatory standards, ensuring that Tangiamo products consistently deliver excellence and reliability. The certification also aligns with the company’s market expansion plans. This achievement will be leveraged to explore new territories and introduce cutting-edge gaming solutions to a broader audience.”

In related news, Loto-Québec recently added Scientific Games’ Punch N' Play lottery games to its list of titles.

Punch N’ Play is a folded card that coordinates play action with perforated holes that give players more chances to win.

Loto-Québec Senior Product Manager Catherine Dumont commented on the addition by saying, “Punch N’ Play scratch tickets offer a whole new gaming experience for players. When Scientific Games showed us our ticket design, we found it truly innovative.”


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