Ingenio collaborates with a number of gaming industry stakeholders to research and develop new products designed to meet the challenges of evolving markets. These partnerships have in common daring and ingenuity.
Over the years, Ingenio has worked with a number of lottery corporations and industry stakeholders across the world. Click on any one of the points around the globe below to view our past and present collaborations.
The British Columbia Lottery Corporation became the first to launch the Quick Play games in 2007. In 2005, the BCLC marketed the two interactive instant lottery games Tetris® and 7 Differences Star Wars.
The Western Canada Lottery Corporation has been a faithful Ingenio partner since 2002, having marketed Solitaire Riches, Camelot Riches, Mini-Golf and, more recently, Super Blackjack.
Partnering with Ingenio since its early beginnings, Pollard Banknote Limited has contributed to the launch of several of Ingenio’s products in Canada, the U.S. and Europe.
In February 2000, Loto-Québec became the first lottery corporation in the world to introduce instant lottery games that can be played on a computer. Ever since, multimedia lottery products have been a part of Loto-Québec’s game portfolio, counting a dozen product launches thus far.
Since 2005, Ingenio’s games have been featured on PlaySphere, the Atlantic Lottery Corporation’s online lottery games portal.
Lottery marketed Treasure Tower™, an interactive instant lottery game, in 2004.
Iowa Lottery was the first U.S. lottery corporation to enter the world of international instant lottery games with its launch of Treasure Tower™ in the fall of 2000.
In 2002, Kentucky Lottery launched Treasure Tower™ across the state.
In 2004, New Jersey Lottery was the first U.S. lottery corporation to offer downloadable interactive instant lottery games with its introduction of Cyber Slingo®. Its family of E-Games later grew with the arrival of Wild 7’s Cyber Slingo and Tetris®.
Oregon Lottery’s Click&Play computer games series, launched statewide in 2004, includes Blackjack, Wild 7’s Cyber Slingo, Tetris®, Cyber Slingo®, Solitaire Riches and Mini Golf.
In June 2006, Ingenio and Bally Technologies, a major international games system supplier, announced the creation of an alliance focused on research and development with a view to revitalizing the current casino game offer.
GTECH has been in partnership with Ingenio since 2006.
In 2006, Ingenio granted GameLogic a license to use its patents.
Betware has been a partner of Ingenio in both the North American and European markets since 2006. The combination of Betware’s Interactive Gaming System with Ingenio’s games allowed for the creation of a turnkey Web solution.
Ingenio has developed a number of interactive instant lottery games from trademarked games for which Oberthur Gaming Technologies held the licences, such as Cyber Slingo®, Tetris® and 7 Differences Star Wars®.
In 2001, Lotterie Suisse Romande, Switzerland’s national lottery corporation, launched French and German versions of two CD-ROM interactive instant lottery games, Treasure Tower™ and Mozaic.
In late 2002, Portugual’s national lottery corporation, Santa Casa de Misericórdia de Lisboa (SCML) – Departamento de Jogo, launched Viagem Misteriosa, a Portuguese version of Mystery Word.
In 2000, La Loterie Nationale de Belgique, Belgium’s national lottery corporation, presented a trilingual version of Treasure Tower™, with French, German and Dutch on a single CD-ROM.
In 2008, Danske Spil became the first European lottery corporation to launch the Quick Play games.
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