Everi Digital, the online gaming division of Everi Holdings, has announced a new partnership to bring its award-winning gaming content to Atlantic Lottery Corporation’s (ALC) online casinos.
Everi’s exciting three-reel mechanical and video slot content is now available online across the New Brunswick province. The Company is securely delivering its iGaming slot content to ALC via the proprietary Spark Remote Game Server (Spark RGS). Over the past three years, Everi Digital has extended the footprint of the Spark RGS and, in addition to ALC, provides its content to the Canadian provinces of British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, and Quebec, as well as operators in the 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. 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,” David Lucchese, Executive Vice President of Sales, Marketing, and Digital for Everi, said.
Atlantic Lottery’s alc.ca platform is the only regulated online casino in Atlantic Canada. The alc.ca platform experienced record sales in 2020-21 and continues to grow, demonstrating the rapidly growing importance of the Atlantic Lottery Corporation’s online presence. By offering competitive games within a regulated environment, Atlantic Lottery also provides players access to robust responsible gambling features.
“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. Our fast-growing alc.ca platform is part of our overall emphasis on modernizing our player experiences to allow us to effectively compete in this highly contested market,” Robert Lalonde, iGaming manager at ALC, said.