The new Québec City property is located in the Mega Center Beauport shopping and entertainment complex, moving there after the venue’s previous location, in Vanier, was closed in mid-November.
The new 1,335 square metre Salon de jeux hosts 335 electronic gaming terminals, as well as a bar and restaurant, and location for Loto-Québec players to collect their lottery winners.
“Our new establishment at the Méga Center Beauport offers a friendly and safe environment,” Pierre Maltais, general manager for Salon de jeux and Casino de Charlevoix said.
“We are happy to welcome our customers and to offer a place of entertainment that is unique in the region.”
It comes after Loto-Québec’s results for the first quarter of its financial year revealed revenue from land-based gaming amounted to just CAD$5.1m (£3.0m/€3.5m/$4.0m) for the three months to 30 June. The brick-and-mortar properties were shuttered for much of the period, due to Covid-19 restrictions.
This was more than offset by growth in lottery and igaming, with group revenue more than doubling to CAD$401.3m for the quarter.