Salon de jeux de Québec Opens at Méga Centre Beauport

The Salon de jeux de Québec has finally welcomed customers to its new facilities at the Méga Centre Beauport after two weeks of closure and a $12 million relocation.

As of November 29, customers are now able to check out the new environment and find their favourite games.

“Our new location at the Méga Centre Beauport provides a friendly and safe environment. We’re delighted to open our doors to our customers and offer an entertainment destination of choice in the area,” said Pierre Maltais, General Manager of the Salon de jeux, in a Loto-Québec release.

The Salon de jeux is open every day from 9 a.m. to 2 a.m. and features 335 electronic gaming terminals and a Bien joué! area on site to promote responsible gaming.

“The space is spacious, thanks in part to the high ceilings,” Renaud Dugas, a spokesperson for Loto-Québec, told le Journal de Québec. “It’s warm and welcoming. It’s a safe game room. Customers will certainly appreciate it and make it a premier entertainment venue in the Capitale-Nationale region.”

The vast majority of the products and services used for the design and construction of the new facilities, including flooring, ventilation systems, decoration, electricity, and woodwork, come from Québec businesses, including several in the Québec City region.

In order to limit costs and avoid waste, Loto-Québec also reused several elements, including furniture and computer and surveillance equipment.

Loto-Québec signed a five-year lease with renewal options for the new premises located at the Méga Center Beauport, on rue Clémenceau.
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