1×2 Network Launches in Canada in Collaboration with Loto-Quebec
Loto-Quebec is introducing the innovative 1×2 Network on its repertoire, in an attempt to diversify its product offering and bring it more in line with the specific requirements of its players during the pandemic.
Loto-Quebec’s recently announced collaboration with 1×2 Network will allow the Crown Corporation to add popular brands, such as 1x2gaming and Iron Dog Studios to its repertoire, debuting them on the Canadian market. 1×2 Network is an independent game developer based in the UK and has recently established itself as a leading provider for gaming operators worldwide.
New Games on the Cards
The new business partnership will diversify Loto-Quebec’s offering with additional options such as slots game alternatives, instant wins and additional table games. All-time favourites such as 1Million Megaways, Blood Queen, Rainbow Wilds and Battle Maidens will now be available on the Canadian market.
1×2 Network is renowned for its vivid graphics and animations, lifelike sound effects and user-friendly interface. Each game is based on a unique theme and is jampacked with ample rewards and special features. 1×2 Network was recently awarded the prestigious Game of the Year prize at the annual EGR Operator Awards, for its Branded Megaways slots game.
1×2 Network chief commercial officer, Kevin Reid, expressed his excitement for the opportunity to enter the Canadian market and collaborate with a renowned gaming operator such as Loto-Quebec.
Further Diversification Announced
Recently, Loto-Quebec announced another exciting partnership, this time with the Swedish-based Evolution Gaming. The deal will see Evolution Gaming offer live croupier options to Loto-Quebec’s game selection that will include poker, blackjack, baccarat and roulette.
On 23 November, Loto-Quebec launched its Top Instants promotion, where players stand a chance to win one of five grand prizes totalling CA$5,000 each. The entire promotion is available online and can be accessed from the comfort of players’ own homes.