Loto-Québec has extended its deal with OpenBet

By Priscillia Mudiaki
OpenBet has announced its partnership with Loto-Québec, a provincial Canadian lottery operator, has been renewed for a further three years.

Under the terms of the deal, the software supplier will provide Loto-Québec with its online gaming solutions, as well as a new mobile portal solution.

Jeremy Thompson-Hill, OpenBet CEO, said: “Our ongoing work with Loto-Québec endorses OpenBet’s credentials as a highly compliant, reliable and trusted business-to-government supplier. We are proud to continue to develop our relationship with such an important gaming institution against the backdrop of the biggest change in regulation that the province has seen in recent years.”

NYX Gaming Group completed the acquisition of OpenBet earlier this week in a £270m deal.
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