Wazdan launches in Québec with Loto-Québec and Light & Wonder

March 7, 2024
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The supplier has previously launched in Ontario and New Jersey.

Wazdan has launched its casino games portfolio with Loto-Québec, completed via Light & Wonder’s aggregation platform. It is the supplier's first time in Québec. 

Wazdan titles are currently available in several North American territories. This includes New Jersey via collaborations with Tipico and Hard Rock Digital, and Ontario through partnerships with Caesars Sportsbook and Neo.bet. Ontario began legal and regulated iGaming in 2022 and is the only Canadian province offering these services so extensively, making it particularly appealing to online operators and suppliers. 

We looked into the topic further in a previous issue of Gaming America.  

Players in Québec will be able to access Wazdan titles via lotoquebec.com. Games are set to include 9 Coins Grand Gold Edition, Hot Slot: 777 Crown, Magic Spins and Hot Slot: Mystery Jackpot Joker among others.  

Wazdan CCO Andrzej Hyla said, “With our sights firmly set on North American expansion, our market entry in Québec is a momentous occasion for Wazdan as we continue to bring innovative experiences to more players than ever before. 

“Wazdan and Loto-Québec have a shared vision for delivering fresh content that puts users at the heart and we have no doubt our games will be received with tremendous success by their players.” 

Loto‑Québec Product and Innovation Director François Hardy added, “As the sole iGaming operator in Québec, we pride ourselves on offering titles that truly add value to our platform. We are happy to bring Wazdan’s games to our players.” 

Despite North American expansion, Wazdan has also partnered with several companies in Europe in 2024. In February the supplier partnered with 711 in the Netherlands and in January partnered with ElitBet.bg in Bulgaria, developing its presence in both countries.  


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