Lausanne, June 23, 2020, The President of the Global Lottery Monitoring System (GLMS), Ludovico Calvi,is pleased to announce the official opening of the new GLMS Operational Hub at the Loto-Québec premises in Montreal, Canada.
Montréal, May 31, 2017 – Loto-Québec’s Board of Directors wishes to officially announce the appointment of Lynne Roiter as the Corporation’s President and CEO. Ms. Roiter’s appointment, which follows her term as interim President and CEO since August 6, 2016, was approved today by the Conseil des ministres and followed the recruitment process prescribed in the Act respecting the governance of state-owned enterprises.
WINNIPEG, Manitoba, February 1, 2021 /CNW/ – Pollard Banknote Limited (TSX: PBL) (“Pollard Banknote”) is pleased to announce an extension to its instant ticket games and related services contract with Loto-Québec (“Lottery”). The original contract term started on February 1, 2014, and under this extension Pollard Banknote will continue to serve Loto-Québec as the primary supplier of instant ticket games through January 31, 2022.
Scientific Games’ 50-years of success creating games for Loto-Québec continues with contract extension
World-leading instant game entertainment for Loto‑Québec players are manufactured at company’s Montreal, Québec facility
LAS VEGAS and ATLANTA, January 12, 2021– Scientific Games Corporation (NASDAQ: SGMS) (“Scientific Games” or the “Company”) announces that Loto-Québec has extended its existing seven-year instant games and hybrid lottery games contracts with the Company through January 31, 2022. Creating products designed to responsibly generate maximum revenues for lottery beneficiary programs worldwide, Scientific Games is a trusted supplier to Loto-Québec for more than five decades, recently celebrating the Lottery’s 50th Anniversary and employing generations of workers from the east Montreal area of Québec. Scientific Games, creates and produces games for Loto-Québec and four Canadian provincial lotteries from its Montreal, Quebec manufacturing facility.
Montréal – It is with immense regret that Loto‑Québec’s Board of Directors and executive management learned that Simon Patenaude, President of Lottery Operations and, since last March, Loto‑Québec’s Interim President and CEO, has passed away. Mr. Patenaude was admitted to hospital last August for heart‑related problems. He died on October 28 following a pulmonary embolism that resulted in a heart attack.
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