The best video slots and casino games for French Canadians

best video slots and casino games

Casino players are known to be quite picky when it comes to the games they enjoy. And while you can’t really observe a pattern in their choices based on the country they’re playing from, some conclusions can be drawn. Looking at the numbers from several online casinos that target the Canadian market, we were able to put together a list of preferences regarding online slots and table games. Furthermore, there’s a very interesting distinction between the games enjoyed by French Canadians compared to the English-speaking side of the country. So, without further ado, let’s take a look at the most popular video games and casino games enjoyed by French-speaking Canadians.

Online Slots

If we’re talking about casino game types, there’s no denying that online slots hold the first spot in the popularity chart. There’s something about the spinning reels that appeal to players from this region. And the most popular slots are not different from other gambling markets. All-time hits such as Starburst, Book of Ra, or Immortal Romance are also heavily played by French Canadians. The same goes for progressive jackpot slot Mega Moolah, while Goblin’s Cave is the title that didn’t do so well in other regions but is loved in Canada. When discussing the most-played video slots in Canada, one can’t rule out Megaways Slots with their 117.649 ways to win – Bonanza Megaways or Rick and Morty Megaways.

French Roulette

This one may look a bit self-explanatory to some. However, as far as table games go, most other regions of the world usually prefer blackjack over roulette. So, right after spinning the reels of video slots, French Canadian like to spin the roulette wheel. Among the numerous variations for the roulette game, French roulette is preferred by these players. It actually makes a lot of sense that Canadian players are into French roulette since the game itself was developed in France in the 17th century. Opposed to European roulette, the French roulette has 37 numbers, including 0, and this makes the odds go up in case of a win. Almost all software providers offer French roulette, so it’s not hard to find the version that works best for you. On top of that, French Canadian players get to enjoy live casino roulette games. It’s the best of both worlds with all the advantages of online gambling and the atmosphere of being at a real casino.


Blackjack is another table game that enjoys a lot of attention among French Canadians. Actually, it’s less popular here than in other regions of the world where blackjack comes right after slots in terms of popularity. Often referred to as 21, this table game is preferred by casino players that put a high price on having more control. Unlike slots or roulette, where you simply place your bet and then spin to find out if you won or lost, blackjack comes with more stages. First of all, depending on your initial two cards, you can choose to split them and play as separate hands. While this implies a higher bet, it’s also a good opportunity to increase profit. Also, what makes blackjack so popular with French Canadian players is the possibility to decide whether to draw more cards or stop with the value you currently have.

Just like French roulette, blackjack can also be enjoyed in the standard version from providers such as NetEnt, Microgaming, Betsoft, or Pragmatic Play, among many others. Or, French Canadians looking to enjoy a hand of blackjack in the company of a live dealer from a local casino, can do so playing the live blackjack titles from Evolution Gaming.

These are the top online casino games played by French Canadians according to the number of visits at online casinos. Of course, many also prefer to go for scratch cards, baccarat, or even poker. However, all these casino games are less popular compared to the ones presented above. 

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