Maltese online casino games developer Red Tiger Gaming Limited has entered the embryonic iGaming market of Canada after signing an arrangement to supply some of its innovations to provincial lottery operator Loto-Quebec.

Headquartered in the Valletta suburb of Gzira, the innovator used an official Monday press release to detail that the new alliance is destined to see its portfolio of iGaming entertainment offered to online casino aficionados across Canada’s largest province via the domain at The pioneer stated that these advances will encompass its range of ‘unique jackpot games’ as well as the Gonzo’s Quest Megaways, Cash Volt, Primate King and Piggy Riches Megaways video slots.

Maiden marriage:

Established in 2014, Red Tiger Gaming Limited is a subsidiary of Swedish online casino games behemoth Evolution Gaming Group AB and it declared that the fresh deal ‘marks an exciting new first’ as Loto-Quebec becomes the inaugural Canadian iGaming operator to have access to its portfolio of well over 200 titles. The developer moreover disclosed that this understanding followed the inking of analogous alliances with the likes of AB Trav och Galopp (ATG), Superbet Holding SA, Lottomatica and Rush Street Interactive.

Prominent praise:

Jeff Millar (pictured) serves as the North America Commercial Director for Evolution Gaming Group AB and he used the press release to proclaim that Loto-Quebec was established by the government of Quebec in 2969 and is committed to supplying ‘first-rate entertainment with an innovative and competitive offering’. The executive also asserted that the operator, which launched its domain approximately twelve years ago, now holds a reputation as ‘a recognized world leader in responsible commercialization’ and will be looking to take advantage of new federal legislation to add a vast array of online casino, live-dealer, poker and sportsbetting entertainment to its already popular lotteries offering.

Read a statement from Millar…

“We’re thrilled that Loto-Quebec has chosen to partner with us and launch Red Tiger Gaming Limited games. We’re excited to build on this relationship and hope that this is just the beginning of a long and fruitful partnership and that Loto-Quebec will be able to benefit from our innovative new titles as we continue to grow.”

Successful cycle:

For its part and Loto-Quebec recently divulged that its third-quarter aggregated revenues increased by 70.1% year-on-year to surpass $496.8 million and took its consolidated net income for the three-month period up by 120.9% to about $260.2 million. The operator used an official March 8 press release to additionally note that this meant its combined receipts for the first nine months of 2021 stood at around $1.36 billion for almost $728.1 million in after-tax returns.