MONTREAL, June 30 /CNW Telbec/ - Loto-Québec is proud to present its new
Lotteries web site at lotoquebec.com/loteries. The site was redesigned to
better meet the needs of an average of 3 million web surfers every year. It is
a fresh, more entertaining way of providing information to our users through
an interactive experience.
Internet surfers will be able to browse more easily and quickly locate
new content thanks to better structured information. New lottery products are
displayed up front on the home page and promoted through animation and a
product carrousel. A red icon in the drop-down menu of each section indicates
new products being offered.
Another novel feature is the direct access to draw results right on the
site's home page, which web surfers may customize to meet their viewing
preferences. Draw details are also available for viewing at all times. The
section dedicated to winners has been updated as well.
Each product is showcased in a theme of its own with distinctive images
and colours. In addition, the features of each lottery product, including
prize structures and odds are easier to locate. Games, videos and demos have
also been added. The "You might also enjoy!" box included on each product page
provides visitors with an opportunity to learn about lottery products that are
similar to those they already enjoy.
Finally, the site provides information on ticket signing and validation
requirements as well as prize claiming procedures. The prize claiming status
of each scratch game is also provided.
For more information on our lottery products, log on to
Loto-Québec is a public corporation whose primary mission is to assure
the systematic and effective operation of games of chance in the province. It
employs approximately 7,000 people. In recognition of its social
responsibilities, the Corporation is committed to combating excessive gaming
and to promoting healthy gaming behaviour. In fact, Loto-Québec has been
awarded the highest international certification with regard to responsible
gaming, i.e. Level 4, by the World Lottery Association (WLA), an international
association of 140 lottery corporations.
For further information:
For further information: Jean-Pierre Roy, Press Relations, (514)