The lottery operator is responsible for operating and developing the region’s district-run lottery and online casino.
To kick off its new partnership, Hacksaw Gaming has released its Rocket Reels game on the operator’s casino website.
Other titles the supplier will release on Loto-Québec include Hand of Anubis, which will be available in the coming weeks.
Both parties are in discussions to release more slots on the Loto-Québec iGaming site, which will be announced and launched in the coming months.
The partnership comes as part of Hacksaw Gaming’s plan to focus on regulated North American markets throughout 2022.
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.”
Hacksaw Gaming’s partnership with Loto-Québec can be seen as a shrewd one, even if the market it's entering is somewhat limited.
Québec only operates lottery and iGaming through state-run channels. So despite being a limited market, Hacksaw Gaming’s products won’t face the same competition they would in a region filled with games and products offered by a plethora of operators.
In early October, Hacksaw Gaming signed a deal with Playbook Engineering. The deal will see Playbook distribute Hacksaw Gaming content in the UK market.
This came as part of Hacksaw Gaming’s drive to boost its presence in the UK market.