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PGCB Reports Record Revenue in March 2024

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PGCB Reports Record Revenue in March 2024

 

All-time high for iGaming revenue spurs overall increase

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) reported  that the combined total revenue generated from all forms of gaming, along with fantasy contests, during March 2024 was $554,625,294, an all-time monthly high eclipsing the previous high revenue month of December 2023 of $534,215,808.

The March revenue figure was also a 7.64% increase over the $515,278,831 revenue figure of last March.

Internet Casino-Type Gaming (iGaming) continued to be the driver for the overall growth with a 28.95% increase in revenue generated in March 2024 over March 2023.

Sources of gaming revenue regulated by the PGCB include slot machines, table games, internet gaming, sports wagering, fantasy contests and video gaming terminals (VGTs). The PGCB has posted separate reports for these types of gaming on its website, https://gamingcontrolboard.pa.gov/.

Total tax revenue generated collectively through all forms of gaming and fantasy contests was $229,566,989* during March 2024.

The following chart compiles all revenue generated in March 2024 by casinos, along with fantasy contests and VGTs operated by other vendors and includes a comparison to total revenue generated in March 2023.

Source March 2024
Total Revenue
March 2023
Total Revenue
% Change
Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course $88,176,795 $80,928,428 8.96%
Valley Forge Casino Resort $88,008,949 $68,510,263 28.46%
Parx Casino $59,491,008 $60,440,432 -1.57%
Rivers Casino Philadelphia $54,510,221 $53,461,999 1.96%
Wind Creek Bethlehem $49,982,144 $47,247,055 5.79%
Rivers Casino Pittsburgh $34,094,794 $35,491,060 -3.93%
Live! Casino Philadelphia $27,917,692 $26,546,348 5.17%
Hollywood Casino at the Meadows $27,542,944 $31,196,409 -11.71%
Harrah’s Philadelphia $24,555,270 $20,012,094 22.70%
Mohegan Pennsylvania $21,220,683 $21,323,198 -0.48%
Mount Airy Casino Resort $20,894,658 $21,718,881 -3.79%
Live! Casino Pittsburgh $10,982,199 $10,529,738 4.30%
Hollywood Casino York $10,247,946 $9,390,319 9.13%
Presque Isle Downs and Casino $9,447,528 $9,144,781 3.31%
Hollywood Casino Morgantown $8,688,527 $9,472,589 -8.28%
Golden Nugget $4,467,658 n/a n/a
Parx Shippensburg $3,950,153 $3,065,542 28.86%
Video Gaming Terminals $3,739,380 $3,757,506 -0.48%
Bally’s Pennsylvania $3,571,292 n/a n/a
The Casino at Nemacolin $2,031,471 $1,643,538 23.60%
Fantasy Contests $1,103,979 $1,398,651 -21.07%
Statewide Total $554,625,294 $515,278,831 7.64%

March Revenue by Game Type

The PGCB is also providing a synopsis of revenue year-over-year by types of games:

Type of Gaming Revenue March 2024 March 2023 % Change
Retail Slots Revenue $227,891,331 $225,408,088 1.10%
iGaming Slot Revenue $135,519,554 $104,827,884 29.28%
Retail Tables Revenue $85,222,921 $85,880,299 -0.77%
iGaming Tables Revenue $53,091,910 $40,471,434 31.18%
Sports Wagering Revenue $45,581,570 $50,645,259 -10.00%
Video Gaming Terminals Revenue $3,739,380 $3,757,506 -0.48%
iGaming Poker Revenue $2,474,651 $2,889,710 -14.36%
Fantasy Contests Revenue $1,103,979 $1,398,651 -21.07%
Total Gaming Revenue $554,625,294 $515,278,831 7.64%

Retail Slot Machine Revenue

This March’s revenue from the play of retail slot machines was $227,891,331, a 1.10% increase in revenue when compared to the $225,408,088 generated in March 2023.

The number of slot machines in operation in March 2024 was 24,886 compared to 25,643 at the casinos in March 2023.

Slot machine revenue for each of the casinos, with the percentage change reflected over the previous year, is as follows:

Casino March 2024 
Slots Revenue
March 2023 Slots Revenue % Change
Parx Casino $34,287,431 $35,132,544 -2.41%
Wind Creek Bethlehem $27,401,508 $24,952,451 9.81%
Rivers Casino Pittsburgh $25,245,164 $24,914,181 1.33%
Mohegan Pennsylvania $16,290,061 $16,497,467 -1.26%
Hollywood Casino at the Meadows $15,007,905 $15,719,771 -4.53%
Live! Casino Philadelphia $14,389,350 $13,063,698 10.15%
Mount Airy Casino Resort $13,658,998 $12,877,395 6.07%
Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course $12,774,661 $13,876,054 -7.94%
Rivers Casino Philadelphia $12,228,305 $13,140,061 -6.94%
Harrah’s Philadelphia $10,023,622 $11,429,140 -12.30%
Valley Forge Casino Resort $9,831,979 $9,902,697 -0.71%
Live! Casino Pittsburgh $9,344,667 $8,938,923 4.54%
Presque Isle Downs and Casino $8,176,517 $8,091,267 1.05%
Hollywood Casino York $7,776,133 $7,136,738 8.96%
Hollywood Casino Morgantown $5,773,193 $5,356,662 7.78%
Parx Shippensburg $3,841,602 $2,903,476 32.31%
The Casino at Nemacolin $1,840,233 $1,475,563 24.71%
Statewide Total $227,891,331 $225,408,088 1.10%

Tax revenue from the play of slots machines in March 2024 was $114,998,778*.

Retail Table Games Revenue

Retail Table games revenue for March 2024 was $85,222,921, an decrease of 0.77% from March 2023 when revenue was $85,880,299.

Table games revenue for each of the casinos, with the percentage change reflected over the previous year, is as follows.

Casino March 2024 Table 
Games Revenue
March 2023 Table Games Revenue % Change
Wind Creek Bethlehem $20,365,497 $19,972,721 1.97%
Parx Casino $18,570,562 $17,802,035 4.32%
Live! Casino Philadelphia $9,320,905 $9,001,914 3.54%
Rivers Casino Philadelphia $8,933,702 $8,229,283 8.56%
Rivers Casino Pittsburgh $7,347,017 $8,540,581 -13.98%
Mohegan Pennsylvania $3,286,889 $2,702,823 21.61%
Valley Forge Casino Resort $2,992,253 $2,904,805 3.01%
Mount Airy Casino Resort $2,866,979 $2,988,812 -4.08%
Harrah’s Philadelphia $2,534,802 $2,507,003 1.11%
Hollywood Casino at the Meadows $1,801,394 $3,166,496 -43.11%
Live! Casino Pittsburgh $1,542,583 $1,501,829 2.71%
Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course $1,469,859 $2,603,090 -43.53%
Hollywood Casino York $1,462,783 $1,621,802 -9.81%
Presque Isle Downs and Casino $1,270,216 $910,855 39.45%
Hollywood Casino Morgantown $1,159,068 $1,102,544 5.13%
The Casino at Nemacolin $191,239 $167,975 13.85%
Parx Shippensburg $107,174 $155,732 -31.18%
Statewide Total $85,222,921 $85,880,299 -0.77%

Total tax revenue from table games play during March 2024 was $13,986,818*.

Internet Casino-Type Gaming (iGaming) Revenue

Casino games offered online generated monthly gross revenue totaling $191,086,114 during March 2024 compared to $148,189,028 in March 2023, an increase of 28.95%.

A breakdown of revenue of casino games offered online is as follows:

Casino Operator iSlots
Revenue
iTables Revenue iPoker Revenue Total iGaming Revenue
Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course $49,238,553 $22,628,019 $419,798 $72,286,369
Valley Forge Casino Resort $31,109,941 $19,720,485   $50,830,426
Rivers Casino Philadelphia $28,583,057 $4,045,190 $130,992 $32,759,238
Harrah’s Philadelphia $7,825,763 $2,020,472 $555,982 $10,402,217
Parx Casino $4,272,694 $1,404,171   $5,676,865
Golden Nugget $3,971,467 $496,192   $4,467,658
Mount Airy Casino Resort $2,002,914 $941,986 $1,367,879 $4,312,779
Bally’s Pennsylvania $3,034,348 $536,944   $3,571,292
Live! Casino Philadelphia $2,680,330 $820,838   $3,501,168
Wind Creek Bethlehem $1,775,903 $311,386   $2,087,290
Mohegan Pennsylvania $1,024,584 $166,226   $1,190,810
Statewide Total $135,519,554 $53,091,910 $2,474,651 $191,086,114

Tax revenue generated from internet gaming play during March 2024 was $82,061,953*.

Total iGaming revenue for each of the casinos during March 2024 and March 2023, if applicable, is as follows:

Operator March 2024
iGaming Revenue
March 2023
iGaming Revenue
% Change
Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course $72,286,369 $62,302,880 16.02%
Valley Forge Casino Resort $50,830,426 $31,817,902 59.75%
Rivers Casino Philadelphia $32,759,238 $30,548,308 7.24%
Harrah’s Philadelphia $10,402,217 $4,881,138 113.11%
Parx Casino $5,676,865 $5,644,943 0.57%
Golden Nugget $4,467,658 n/a n/a
Mount Airy Casino Resort $4,312,779 $5,186,941 -16.85%
Bally’s Pennsylvania $3,571,292 n/a n/a
Live! Casino Philadelphia $3,501,168 $3,997,450 -12.41%
Wind Creek Bethlehem $2,087,290 $2,089,618 -0.11%
Mohegan Pennsylvania $1,190,810 $1,719,849 -30.76%
Statewide Total $191,086,114 $148,189,028 28.95%

Sports Wagering Revenue

March 2024, total sports wagering handle was $800,718,332 or 10.67% above the March 2023 total of $723,545,806.

At the same time, the taxable revenue figure for March 2024 was $45,581,570, or 10.00% lower when compared to March 2023, when taxable revenue was $50,645,259.

March 2024 sports wagering total handle and revenue is as follows:

Casino Operator Total
Handle3
Retail
Revenue
Online Revenue Total Revenue
Valley Forge Casino Resort $333,189,800 $180,705 $24,173,585 $24,354,291
Hollywood Casino at the Meadows $209,222,648 $172,046 $10,561,598 $10,733,645
Hollywood Casino Morgantown $51,939,662 $207,969 $1,548,298 $1,756,267
Hollywood Casino at Penn National $54,637,036 $235,449 $1,410,457 $1,645,905
Harrah’s Philadelphia $33,433,001 $152,439 $1,442,191 $1,594,630
Rivers Casino Pittsburgh $30,114,208 $375,556 $1,127,058 $1,502,613
Hollywood Casino York $31,934,997 $238,386 $770,643 $1,009,030
Parx Casino $16,666,192 $164,481 $674,680 $839,160
Live! Casino Philadelphia $8,199,239 $661,927 $44,343 $706,269
Rivers Casino Philadelphia $19,501,294 $233,432 $355,544 $588,976
Mohegan Pennsylvania $5,376,276 $133,320 $153,668 $286,988
Mohegan Lehigh Valley2 $1,359,066 $165,935 $0 $165,935
Wind Creek Bethlehem $1,348,188 $57,763 $70,087 $127,850
South Philly Race & Sportsbook1 $1,209,576 $116,990 $0 $116,990
Live! Casino Pittsburgh $1,160,917 $94,949 $0 $94,949
Mount Airy Casino Resort $470,131 $55,902 $0 $55,902
Parx Shippensburg $65,711 $1,377 $0 $1,377
Presque Isle Downs and Casino $890,390 $795 $0 $795
Statewide Total $800,718,332 $3,249,418 $42,332,151 $45,581,570

Operated by Parx Casino
Operated by Mohegan Pennsylvania
A breakout of the handle between retail and online sportsbooks can be found on the website report. 

Sports wagering revenue for each of the casinos for March 2024 and March 2023, if applicable, is as follows:

Operator March 2024 Sports 
Wagering Revenue
March 2023 Sports 
Wagering Revenue
% Change
Valley Forge Casino Resort $24,354,291 $23,884,858 1.97%
Hollywood Casino at the Meadows $10,733,645 $12,310,143 -12.81%
Hollywood Casino Morgantown $1,756,267 $3,013,384 -41.72%
Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course $1,645,905 $2,146,404 -23.32%
Harrah’s Philadelphia $1,594,630 $1,194,813 33.46%
Rivers Casino Pittsburgh $1,502,613 $2,036,298 -26.21%
Hollywood Casino York $1,009,030 $631,779 59.71%
Parx Casino $839,160 $1,582,649 -46.98%
Live! Casino Philadelphia $706,269 $483,286 46.14%
Rivers Casino Philadelphia $588,976 $1,544,347 -61.86%
Mohegan Pennsylvania $286,988 $282,584 1.56%
Mohegan Lehigh Valley2 $165,935 $120,476 37.73%
Wind Creek Bethlehem $127,850 $232,264 -44.95%
South Philly Race & Sportsbook1 $116,990 $215,950 -45.83%
Live! Casino Pittsburgh $94,949 $88,986 6.70%
Mount Airy Casino Resort $55,902 $665,733 -91.60%
Parx Shippensburg $1,377 $6,335 -78.26%
Presque Isle Downs and Casino $795 $142,659 -99.44%
Parx Malvern3 n/a $62,311 n/a
Statewide Total $45,581,570 $50,645,259 -10.00%

1Operated by Parx Casino
Operated by Mohegan Pennsylvania
3 No longer operating

Tax revenue generated from sports wagering during March 2024 was $16,409,365*.

Video Gaming Terminals

Total adjusted revenue for March 2024 for video gaming terminals (VGTs) was $3,739,380, or 0.48% lower than March 2023 when revenue was $3,757,506. By the end of March 2024, all VGT Operators offered the maximum permitted five machines at 74 qualified truck stop establishments, compared to five machines at 66 establishments at this time last year.

Truck Stop VGT adjusted revenue for each of the terminal operators during March 2024 is as follows:

VGTs Terminal Operator March 2024 VGT Revenue March 2023 VGT Revenue % Change
Marquee by Penn1 $2,413,138 $2,239,167 7.77%
J&J Ventures Gaming2 $1,037,408 $1,162,180 -10.74%
Jango3 $241,373 $356,158 -32.23%
Venture Gaming LLC4 $41,206 n/a n/a
Accel Entertainment Gaming5 $6,255 n/a n/a
Statewide Total $3,739,380 $3,757,506 -0.48%

1 operated VGTs in 30 establishments during March 
2 operated VGTs in 29 establishments during March 
3 operated VGTs in 10 establishments during March 
4 operated VGT’s in 4 establishments during March 
5 operated VGTs in 1 establishment during March

Tax revenue collected from the play of VGTs in March 2024 was $1,944,478*.

Fantasy Contests

Fantasy Contests revenue was $1,103,979 in March 2024, a decrease of 21.07% over March 2023, when revenue was $1,398,651.

Fantasy Contests Operator March 2024 Fantasy Revenue March 2023 Fantasy Revenue % Change
DraftKings $864,567 $948,301 -8.83%
FanDuel $172,801 $387,273 -55.38%
Underdog Sports, Inc. $60,734 $49,435 22.86%
Yahoo Fantasy Sports $3,452 $5,209 -33.74%
Fantasy Sports Games LLC $2,599 $1,434 81.24%
Sportshub Technologies -$7 -$4 n/a
OwnersBox -$166 $89 n/a
Jock MKT n/a -$135 n/a
No House Advantage n/a $7,047 n/a
Statewide Total $1,103,979 $1,398,651 -21.07%

Tax revenue collected from the play of Fantasy Contests in March 2024 was $165,597*.

*All tax revenue figures reflect amount generated prior to any adjustments by the PA Department of Revenue

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Q1 2024 Commercial Gaming Revenue Sets New Quarterly High, Marks 13th Straight Month of Industry Growth

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AGA State of the States Report Shows Record $14.67 Billion in 2023 Commercial Industry Tax Contributions.

U.S. commercial gaming revenue reached a quarterly record of $17.67 billion in Q1 2024, the industry’s 13th consecutive quarter of growth, according to the American Gaming Association’s (AGA) Commercial Gaming Revenue Tracker. The quarter was punctuated by March revenue of $6.09 billion, the industry’s second-highest grossing month ever.

 

 

“While gaming’s momentum remains strong, 2024 will be the new baseline for future growth after several years of sports betting legalization and post-pandemic consumer shifts,” said AGA President and CEO Bill Miller. “Gaming’s continued growth relies on maintaining our commitment to innovation and responsibility.”

Commercial Gaming Revenue Tracker Highlights

Across the country, 11 state gaming markets set new quarterly revenue records, including Pennsylvania and New York, two of the nation’s largest commercial gaming markets.

Both retail and online gaming saw annual growth in Q1 2024, though at slower rates than in previous quarters. Retail gaming accounted for 70.7 percent of total revenue while online gaming represented its largest share ever, 29.3 percent. Looking closer at each sector:

  • Traditional Gaming: Traditional brick-and-mortar casino gaming generated quarterly revenue of $12.34 billion, a modest increase of 0.3 percent year-over-year that was hampered by severe January weather in regional gaming markets nationwide.
  • Legal Sports Betting: Americans wagered a first-quarter record $36.86 billion on sports in Q1, generating $3.33 billion in quarterly revenue (+22.0% year-over-year). The growth compared to Q1 2023 was in part driven by new market launches in Kentucky, Maine, North Carolina and Vermont.
  • iGaming: iGaming grossed an all-time high of $1.98 billion in Q1, a 26.1 percent year-over-year increase bolstered by Rhode Island’s iGaming market launch in March.

State of the States 2024

The AGA also released its annual State of the States report today, which provides the definitive state-by-state economic and regulatory analysis of U.S. commercial gaming in 2023 for policymakers, gaming stakeholders and industry observers.

State of the States 2024 details the record $14.67 billion in direct gaming tax revenue paid to state and local governments by commercial gaming operators in 2023—up 9.7 percent from 2022. This does not include the billions more paid in income, sales or other taxes.

“As gaming expands, more communities than ever are benefiting,” continued Miller. “We are proud to create jobs across the country, provide world-class entertainment experiences that offer safe alternatives to the pervasive illegal gambling market, and generate tax revenue to support critical public projects.”

 

Background

  • AGA’s Commercial Gaming Revenue Tracker provides state-by-state and cumulative insight into the U.S. commercial gaming industry’s financial performance based on state revenue reports. This issue highlights Q1 2024 results.
  • 37 states and the District of Columbia featured operational commercial gaming markets in Q1 2024, including casino gaming, sports betting and iGaming.
  • AGA’s State of Play Map charts gaming’s economic impact, industry regulations and casino locations on a state-by-state basis for both the commercial and tribal gaming sectors.

 

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Gambling.com Group Reports First Quarter 2024 Results

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Gambling.com Group Limited (Nasdaq: GAMB) (“Gambling.com Group” or the “Company”), a fast-growing provider of digital marketing services for the global online gambling industry, today reported financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2024. The Company also updated its 2024 revenue and Adjusted EBITDA guidance as detailed below.

“We are off to a great start to the year furthering our confidence in our ability to generate strong Adjusted EBITDA and Free Cash Flow growth this year and for years to come,” commented Charles Gillespie, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Gambling.com Group. “The investments we have made for years in our proprietary technology, website portfolio, and accretive acquisitions are driving consistent growth. As we continue to expand our industry leadership and influence across global online gambling markets and leverage the many growth drivers we have, we see a clear road ahead to generate substantially higher Adjusted EBITDA and Free Cash Flow.”

Elias Mark, Chief Financial Officer of Gambling.com Group added, “By growing year on year in every one of our geographic reporting markets, we delivered record Q1 revenue with top line growth of 9% despite the comparable period benefiting from significantly more new state launch activity.”

First Quarter 2024 and Recent Business Highlights

Delivered more than 107,000 new depositing customers (“NDCs”)
Strong initial contribution from North Carolina following launch on March 11th
Secured new $50 million credit facility with Wells Fargo Bank, National Association
Repurchased 329,490 shares for an average price of $9.10
Completed highly accretive acquisition of Freebets.com and related assets on April 1st
Board of Directors approved an additional $10 million for the Company’s ordinary shares repurchase program in May
First Quarter 2024 Results Compared to First Quarter 2023

Revenues rose 9% year-over-year to a first quarter record $29.2 million, reflecting growth across all geographic reporting markets. The Company delivered more than 107,000 NDCs to customers, an increase of 22%.

Gross profit increased 5% to $27.0 million, including a $1.2 million increase in cost of sales related to the Gannett and Independent partnerships.

Total operating expenses increased 9% to $19.1 million, reflecting increases in sales and marketing, technology and general and administrative expenses.

Net income attributable to shareholders and net income per share rose 11% to $7.3 million and $0.19, respectively. Adjusted net income of $7.6 million and adjusted net income per share of $0.20 were flat, reflecting fair value movement related to acquisitions in the comparative period.

Adjusted EBITDA for the first quarter of 2024 was $10.2 million, reflecting an Adjusted EBITDA margin of 35% as compared to Adjusted EBITDA of $10.7 million and Adjusted EBITDA margin of 40%, in the year-ago period. The Q1 2024 Adjusted EBITDA margin reflects higher costs of sales related to media partnerships.

Operating cash flow increased 24% to $8.8 million. Free Cash Flow increased 32% to $8.2 million reflecting positive working capital movements within operating cash flow and lower capital expenditures. The Company converted 28% of revenues and 81% of Adjusted EBITDA to Free Cash Flow in the first quarter of 2024.

2024 Outlook

Reflecting changes made in early May to how Google treats commercial content on high authority websites that, at present, diminishes the effectiveness of the Company’s media partnerships, Gambling.com Group today updated its 2024 full-year revenue and Adjusted EBITDA guidance. The Company now expects full year revenue of $118 to $122 million and Adjusted EBITDA of $40 million to $44 million. This compares to the initial guidance provided on March 21, 2024, for revenue of $129 million to $133 million and Adjusted EBITDA of $44 million to $48 million. The midpoint of the updated Adjusted EBITDA outlook of $42 million reflects expected year-over-year growth of 14%.

Charles Gillespie commented, “Even with these shifts in the digital landscape, the strength and resilience of our business will enable us to deliver strong year over year Adjusted EBITDA and Free Cash Flow growth. With less competition in the search engine results pages, our owned and operated assets are better positioned for the long term than ever before.”

The Company’s guidance assumes:

Following the launch of sports betting in North Carolina on March 11th, no additional North American markets come online over the balance of 2024
Apart from the acquisition of Freebets.com and related assets, no impact from any additional acquisitions in 2024
Full year cost of sales of approximately $4.8 million, of which $2.2 million was incurred in Q1
An average EUR/USD exchange rate of 1.09 throughout 2024

To access, please dial in approximately 10 minutes before the start of the call. An archived webcast of the conference call will also be available in the News & Events section of the Company’s website at gambling.com/corporate/investors/news-events. Information contained on the Company’s website is not incorporated into this press release.

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Play’n GO announces partnership with Canadian operator Loto-Québec

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Play’n GO announces partnership with Canadian operator Loto-Québec

 

Play’n GO, the world’s leading casino entertainment provider, has today announced a partnership with Canadian operator Loto-Québec, launching the Swedish gaming giant’s games into another Canadian province.

Already active in another Canadian province , this partnership sees Play’n GO’s content available in the province of Québec exclusively with Loto-Québec, a state-owned corporation, where online players now have access to titles such as Tome of Madness. 

Magnus Olsson, Chief Commercial Officer, Play’n GO said: “At Play’n GO, we have always been clear in our vision to be active in every regulated market in the world, and this partnership with Loto-Québec is the next step on that journey.

“Our past success in Canada gives us confidence that players in Québec will enjoy the best Play’n GO content, and we look forward to many years of success with Loto-Québec in the province.”

Stéphane Martel, Head of Product and Innovation at Loto-Québec added: “As the sole iGaming operator in Québec, we pride ourselves on offering titles that truly add value to our platform, lotoquebec.com. We are happy to bring Play’n GO games to our players.”

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