Alton Towers Resort announced the launch of content from Everi Digital in its casino, which is one of the first times that a big name entertainment company has adopted blockchain technology. The resort will offer players new games and experiences on their website with more to come next year.
Everi Digital, Everi Holdings Inc.’s online gaming branch, has signed a content distribution agreement with the Atlantic Lottery Corporation in Canada. The top supplier of iGaming casino games will now deploy its world-class gaming goods on the Crown agency’s regulated online platform for the Atlantic area as a result of the agreement.
Everi Digital is a well-known provider of iCasino content, having developed a reputation as one of the finest in the industry with a collection of more than 50 fascinating games. Aside from the ALC, the firm has also managed to negotiate partnerships for content distribution in several Canadian provinces during the previous three years, including British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, and Quebec.
Everi Digital’s Atomic MeltdownTM and El Dorado the Lost City®, two of the gaming industry’s most well-known titles, are now available on ALC.ca for gamblers in the area to enjoy. In addition, the company’s three-reel mechanical and video slot content has been made available in New Brunswick. The company’s Spark Remote Game ServerTM delivers all of the company’s iCasino content.
The partnership with the ALC, according to David Lucchese, Executive Vice President of Sales, Marketing, and Digital for the provider, enables the firm to increase the reach of its Spark RGS platform. He claimed that the supplier’s impact is growing and that it is securing even more participants throughout the market. He is also bullish about the company’s ability to grow its footprint in Canadian markets.
The Crown corporation’s online platform is now the Atlantic region’s sole regulated online casino site, with a strong performance in the fiscal year 2020-21. The platform is gaining popularity among gamblers because it offers a secure and regulated environment in which to place bets while also providing access to responsible gaming programs and features.
The Crown’s partnership with Everi Digital, according to Robert Lalonde, ALC Manager, iGaming, is another evidence of the Crown’s continuous commitment to invest in its digital channels by delivering the provider’s premier range of slot and video services. He claims that the platform is still growing and that it is part of the company’s effort to modernize the player experience in order to remain competitive.
Contract has been extended.
The ALC negotiated a contract renewal with International Game Technology’s subsidiary IGT Canada Solutions ULC to offer even more diversity for its numerous online consumers. The arrangement was signed in September, and the supplier IGT will continue to deliver casino goods to the Crown agency, including its cutting-edge video lottery central system INTELLIGEN.
Since their initial agreement in 1982, the two firms have had a long-standing relationship. The supplier has been supplying VLTs to the Atlantic area since 1990, and in 2012, the two firms reached an agreement for the distribution of 1,612 VLTs to Crown agency properties, as well as the replacement of old and obsolete ones.
Cision, December 13, 2021, “Everi Launches High-Performing Online Gaming Content with Atlantic Lottery.”