Pollard Banknote Subsidiary Powers Alberta Online Gaming Field

NeoPollard Interactive has been on a quest to improving the online gaming space and making it even more attractive for a wider audience of online gaming enthusiasts. Its latest collaboration is with Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Commission. The new agreement is going to cover the upcoming seven years of online gaming within the province.

It could be recalled that the beginning of this year was quite exciting for the Canadian province of Alberta. During the discussions regarding the 2020 provincial budget, it became clear that the province wants to see the official launch of online gaming. The need for this type of gaming offering was further proven by the unprecedented situation that closed all brick-and-mortar casinos for months.
Online Gaming Coming Soon

Online betting and gambling have become one of the most popular forms of gaming nowadays, due to its convenience and the easy access people have to it. Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Commission revealed its plans for introducing online gaming at the beginning of March, as the 2020 budget was still considered. Preparation in advance was needed for this milestone move.

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It could be recalled that last year the gaming commission overseeing Alberta’s gaming gave a green light to a request for proposals. This made it possible for providers to claim their place as the official partner in this online gaming quest. NeoPollard Interactive ended up meeting all expectations and proving to be the most appropriate online gaming expert to team up with Alberta’s gaming commission.

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Pollard Banknote is the parent company of NeoPollard, but it should be noted that the latter has not had Canadian operations up until this point. NeoPollard operates across the United States in regions to the likes of Virginia, New Hampshire, Michigan, and North Carolina. In the meantime, Pollard Banknote is renowned across Canadian provinces, as it collaborates with many of the provincial Crown corporations.
NeoPollard Enters the Field
The ticket printing company works with Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation, British Columbia Lottery Corporation, Loto-Québec, Western Canada Lottery Corporation, and the Atlantic Lottery Corporation. Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Commission made it clear that the new collaboration is going to extend over the upcoming seven years of operation. Once this agreement reaches its deadline, there would be an optional twelve-year extension.

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The new online gaming platform is expected to be an advanced one, as NeoPollard has proven its professional attitude throughout the years. Individuals above the age of 18 who are physically located in Alberta will get the chance to gamble online in a regulated manner for the first time. What is essential for the new online gaming space is that it provides a safe area where people could enjoy online gambling.

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This includes advanced player protection tools aiming to prevent problem gambling and offer players more security while wagering online. Easy access to online betting has stirred the pot and caused gambling addiction concerns in the past. Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Commission will aim to eliminate this negative factor.

Lotto MAX Jackpots Change Lives of Co-Workers Spoiling Loved Ones

Lottery enthusiasts across Canada had a very eventful couple of weeks involving both Lotto 6/49 and Lotto MAX. Two individuals hailing from Quebec recently became eligible for a cash payout of CA$6.5 million coming with the May 5 Lotto MAX draw. The two of them are from the Montérégie region and they recently had the chance to receive their prize.

Canada’s millionaires often have the lottery to thank for their fortune, as a simple lottery ticket purchase could end up changing their life forever. Their names quickly become public once they muster the courage to claim their prize by contacting the Crown corporation overseeing their province’s gaming field. Such was the case with the two Quebec lottery players becoming eligible for a cash payout.
Joint Ticket

The Lotto MAX jackpot the two individuals became eligible for amounted to CA$6.5 million and the lucky draw for the two of them took place on May 5. Claude Léger and James Colin Aiken are the two lottery millionaires that purchased a Lotto MAX ticket together over the first days of May. Mr. Aiken found out first about the good news regarding this substantial payout.

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He was quick to tell his friend and the particular hour did not stop him from doing so. Mr. Aiken called Mr. Léger at 5 a.m. with the good news that their joint ticket is now eligible for a great payout they will have to receive. The two of them had a tradition to purchase lottery tickets together and hope for the best. Over the past few years, they had been doing so.

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This May was their lucky month, as the most recent lottery ticket purchase ended up being a fortunate one. Mr. Léger said that his co-worker called him at the break of dawn but this early hour did not bother him, as the news was good. Now the two of them are making plans for the future.
Yellowknife Grandma
Mr. Aiken made it clear that he wants to spend his half of the Lotto MAX jackpot by spoiling his wife and purchasing the dream house for her. Meanwhile, Mr. Léger said that he wants to purchase a new car and also treat his daughters to something nice. Another Lotto MAX jackpot was recently linked to its winner ready to bag it. Laura Tutcho is the lucky winner eligible for CA$55 million.

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The woman hails from the Northwest Territories, as Western Canada Lottery Corporation initially revealed. Later on, it became clear that the winner has purchased the ticket for the Lotto MAX draw in Yellowknife. May 1 brought the special draw for her. Ms. Tutcho is still unable to fully grasp the reality of the situation.

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The winning ticket amounted to CA$11. It was a quick pick one purchased from a Yellowknife Reddi Mart. The retail location is now eligible for a one-percent share of the Main prize coming with the winning draw. Mr. Tutcho is working with a financial adviser in order to be able to manage the jackpot.