Leading slot machine developer Bally Technologies has announced that they have struck an agreement to provide 650 slot machines for the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.

The move continues the push of slot machines, as well as Bally Technologies, into Canada.

Bally Technologies now have slot machines operating in New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Labrador, Nova Scotia and Edward Island.

Robert Parenter, Bally Technologies’ Managing Director in Canada said that the company was delighted to be taking slot machines into yet another market.

“We are extremely honored to be selected as the vendor supplying slot machines for the Saskatchewan market,”Parente said.

“Bally now supplies VLTs in five Canadian provinces, showing the Company’s continuing commitment to providing innovative technology for the Canadian gaming market.”

It has been a big week for Bally Technologies who recently had some of their biggest winners ever.

On Christmas Eve Bally Technologies Millionaire Sevens wide-area progressive slot jackpot link was won by a player at the Four Queens Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

The lucky winner was playing at a one cent machine and took home an incredible prize of $1,352,715.27.

The Millionaire Sevens jackpot is one of the biggest in the world and can be won by players in California, Florida, Mississippi, Nevada and New Jersey.

The extremely popular Michael Jackson King of Pop slot machine had an even bigger win earlier in the week.

Tami DeMarr won an amazing $1,572,006 playing the interactive game at the Lac Courte Oreilles Casino in Wisconsin.

Michael Jackson King of Pop has been an amazing success for Bally Technologies and there have been reports that the company is developing an online version of the game.

The game offers a wide range of bonuses and features the hit songs Bad, Beat It, Billie Jean and Smooth Criminal.