Part of Lottery's multi-phase replacement cycle

IGT enters agreement to supply Loto-Québec with PeakDual 27 VLTs across the Canadian province

Reading time 1:02 min

International Game Technology announced that its IGT Canada Solutions ULC subsidiary has signed an agreement with Loto-Québec to deliver PeakDual 27 Video Lottery Terminals across the Canadian province through a multi-year, phased rollout. This agreement is part of Loto-Québec's multi-phase VLT replacement cycle.

"For decades, Loto-Québec has looked to IGT to supply quality hardware and game content to our gaming establishments network. We are pleased to announce this new agreement," said Stéphane Fraser, Executive Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer of Gaming Establishments at Loto- Québec. 

"Winning the opportunity to deploy VLTs in Loto-Québec's current replacement cycle speaks to the trust that the Corporation puts in IGT and to the superior quality of our products and services," said David Flinn, IGT SVP Sales, Canada, South and Central America. 

IGT's David Flinn

IGT's PeakDual 27 VLT is a terminal that features an ergonomic design and high-quality lighting, sound and graphics technology. The VLTs feature two 27-inch high-definition monitors that offer a curved, unified dual-screen and a 13.3 digital player panel.

IGT's PeakDual 27 VLTs will house a variety of games such as 7's Wild, The Wild Life 5 Line and Big City 5's, along with new-to-the-market games such as 7's Wild Gold, Cash Eruption – Temple of Fire, and Samurai 888 Katsumi.

The Loto-Québec deal follows the agreement to a three-year contract extension with the Virginia Lottery, announced earlier in the month. The extension, when added to the full duration of the contract, will run through October 2033, and in addition makes available three, one-year extension options.

Leave your comment
Subscribe to our newsletter
Enter your email to receive the latest news
By entering your email address, you agree to Yogonet's Condiciones de uso and Privacy Policies. You understand Yogonet may use your address to send updates and marketing emails. Use the Unsubscribe link in those emails to opt out at any time.