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A New Kinzo Hall Comes to Dooly’s Henri IV in Québec

The New Hall Game That’s All About Fun!

Montréal, December 6, 2013 – On December 11th, Kinzo’s new entertainment concept comes to Dooly’s Henri IV in Québec City! Just like people in Beauport and Vanier, and 14 other cities of the province, L’Ancienne-Lorette residents will have the opportunity to discover this dynamic, one-of-a-kind game in an ambiance that is both relaxed and exciting. People come to have a good time, play, laugh, interact with others, have a snack or a drink… and, who knows, maybe even win! The new hall will be located at 2600 Saint-Jean-Baptiste Street in Québec City, and can accommodate almost fifty players.

What is Kinzo?

Kinzo is a unique entertainment concept where playing is as much fun as winning. To participate, players purchase a $2 ticket on which 15 numbers are distributed over 3 lines. Each ticket provides two ways to win. The first player to tick off five numbers on the same line and press the button in front of him wins the first game. The round then continues until a player marks all 15 numbers on their card for a chance to win up to $100,000! Kinzo is played simultaneously across a network of halls, enabling players to win attractive prizes. Each Kinzo game takes about 6 minutes to play, which comes out to about 20 winners an hour!

Between games, players have time to relax and have a light meal or a drink from the bar. One thing is sure: whether or not you win at Kinzo, everyone has fun! For more information on Kinzo, visit

Almost $140 million turned over to non-profit organizations (NPOs)

Created in 1997 as a subsidiary of Loto-Québec, the Société des bingos du Québec’s (SBQ) is mandated to commercialize network gaming products, particularly Kinzo, to support non-profit organizations (NPOs). Over the past 16 years, almost $140 million have been turned over to about 1,000 NPOs that hold a bingo licence throughout Québec. For more information:

About Loto-Québec

Loto-Québec’s mission is to responsibly manage games of chance in a controlled and measured fashion,
in the interest of all Quebecers.

Kinzo halls are the perfect place for an outing with friends or with your spouse, happy hour, a group celebration
or just an evening out to socialize and have fun in a lively ambiance.



Marie-Claude Rivet
Assistant Director – Media and Public Relations, Loto-Québec



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