IGT and Atlantic Lottery Corporation announce a new cloud-based game deal

A new agreement has been reached between IGT and the Atlantic Lottery Corporation to jointly develop and implement cloud-based games and features.

According to the agreement, their association will continue for another five years, bringing in a fresh array of exciting games for the audience based in Atlantic Canada. A release states that IGT intends to implement its modern cloud-based remote game server (RGS) and a minimum of sixteen digital immediate games annually.

Atlantic Lottery Corporation, with the assistance of IGT’s remote game server, will establish connectivity with IGT’s gaming collection, which includes exclusive content and digital instant games. In addition to a diverse selection of omnichannel games, it will feature futuristic jackpot games and certified content.

As per online Canadian gaming news, the platform will provide opportunities for cross-channel branding across both the digital and retail sectors. It will provide support for a variety of jackpot and reward pool configurations, as well as an inexhaustible supply of bonus toolkits and interminable options for upgrades.

As stated by Robert LaLonde, the Director of iGaming at Atlantic Lottery Corporation, the association with IGT grants the organization access to the complete collection of instant games available from the company, which is particularly advantageous for the largest immediate market in Canada, Atlantic Lottery. The aspect of the games’ upgradability will also prove to be extremely advantageous for them.

According to Lalonde, his organization has high expectations for the partnership with IGT because their user base will be exposed to the best level of content. This will ultimately benefit them by attracting more players, thereby potentially expanding their market presence and generating more revenue.

Using its cutting-edge central mechanism, INTELLIGEN, Atlantic Lottery Corporation is reputed to operate more than six thousand video lottery terminals in four provinces of Atlantic Canada.

Srini Nedunuri, senior vice president of global iLottery at IGT, stated that it would be a privilege for the company to continue supplying the operator with its exclusive games, thereby establishing a mutually beneficial arrangement for all parties involved.

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