Canadian provincial lottery operator Loto‑Québec has reported a 5 per cent drop in total revenue to CAD$3,338.0m for the year ended March 31st, despite strong growth from the company’s online gaming offering.

Loto‑Québec’s core lottery business saw revenue drop 8 per cent to $1,633.6m which it attributed to the “lacklustre” performance of the pan-Canadian lottery games. As there were fewer big jackpots, Lotto Max and Lotto 6/49 revenue fell by 20 per cent and 6 per cent respectively to $218.4m and $348.8m.

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