According to the press release…
A range of IGT’s first-ever electronic bingo games are being featured by the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (“OLG”) through test launch at a dozen charitable organizations of the Crown corporation. The OLG is the first Lottery in Canada to feature the new games.
Courtesy of the launch, players can now enjoy appealing electronic bingo games from IGT such as Pharaoh’s Legacy, Golden Rooster and Bengal Eyes. These titles are just a few of the many exciting games that are accessible to players at 12 charitable gaming destinations governed by the corporation owned by the Government of Ontario.
Commenting on the launch, Regional Vice President Canada for IGT, David Flinn said…
“Launching electronic bingo content in Canada represents a meaningful growth opportunity for IGT and our customers. IGT’s bingo portfolio for Canada complements our existing solutions portfolio for the region, and is anchored in dynamic titles that were localized to meet the needs of our customers and their players. Following a successful launch with OLG, we look forward to extending our electronic bingo installed base to additional provinces throughout Canada.”
Global leader in gaming:
The global leader in gaming, IGT enjoys a well-established local presence and relationships with regulators in over 100 countries worldwide and has upwards of 12,000 employees.
Last month, the gaming machine and systems innovator signed a five-year supply deal with Penn Online Entertainment, LLC, a subsidiary of Penn National Gaming’s (NASDAQ: PENN) Penn Interactive Ventures for its PlayDigital division.
Just days later the company’s subsidiary IGT Global Solutions Corporation inked a six-year contract extension with the Texas Lottery Commission that will see it continue printing instant tickets through August 31, 2024.