Everi Boosts Canadian Footprint with Atlantic Lottery Deal

Everi Digital has expanded its Canadian presence with a deal that will see it launch its suite of gaming content on Atlantic Lottery Corporation (ALC)‘s online casinos.

As a result of the partnership, a press release notes, the provider will take its three-reel mechanical and video slot content across the New Brunswick province and will deliver its iGaming slot content to the alc.ca platform, currently the only regulated online casino in Atlantic Canada, via its proprietary Spark remote game server.

“Our agreement to bring Everi’s unique digital slot and video content to alc.com is another example of Atlantic Lottery’s continued commitment to invest in its digital channels,” said Robert Lalonde ALC manager of iGaming. “Our fast-growing alc.ca platform is part of our overall emphasis on modernising our player experiences to allow us to effectively compete in this highly contested market.”

Everi’s digital gaming catalogue features more than 50 titles, with two of its games available at launch via the alc.ca online casino including Atomic Meltdown, a three-reel, five-line game, and El Dorado The Lost City, a five-reel, 40-line game featuring a ‘reel match’ bonus.

In addition to its new launch with ALC, Everi Digital already provides its content to the Canadian provinces of British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, and Quebec, as well as operators in the U.S. states of Connecticut, Michigan, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.

“Our valuable new partnership with ALC allows Everi Digital to expand the footprint of our state-of the-art Spark RGS platform and deliver high-performing content to online players in Atlantic Canada,” said David Lucchese, executive vice president of sales, marketing, and digital for Everi. “Everi’s strong and growing digital game presence continues to resonate with players in all of our current markets. We’re confident that as we further extend our online presence to include most of Canada, our distinct games will prove popular with ALC’s online players.”

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