Hacksaw ticks off another 2022 state lottery via Loto-Québec deal

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Hacksaw Gaming has enhanced its North American standing as the studio enters the Canadian province of Quebec via Loto-Québec partnership. 

As part of its debut, which Hacksaw lauds as “another strong market entry”, the igaming studio will release Rocket Reels, followed by Hands of Anubis in the “coming weeks”, onto Loto-Québec’s platform.

“It’s been a pleasure for the whole team working with Loto-Québec who ensured a seamless launch via our partners Light & Wonder OGS platform,” commented Gabrielle Star, CCO at Hacksaw Gaming. 

“To be able to tick off another state lottery during 2022 is a huge achievement! We look forward to a fruitful and long-lasting cooperation from here forward.”

Hacksaw noted that the collaboration with Loto-Québec, a state corporation responsible for operating and developing Québec’s online casino, is set to bring “many more prospective plans” for the studio following its North American market focus in 2022. 

The entry into Quebec continues a strong 2022 for Hacksaw Gaming, which witnessed the firm gain its class II licence from the Romanian regulator ONJN earlier this year.

Following the licence approval, players within Romania gained access to Hacksaw’s repertoire of slot games, including Joker Bombs, Wanted Dead or a Wild and Chaos Crew.
Other additional partnerships in the calendar year include a link-up with NetBet, SkillOnNet and gaining Isle of Man approval.