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IGT Signs Seven-year Contract Extension with Georgia Lottery Corporation

 

International Game Technology PLC has announced that its subsidiary, IGT Global Solutions Corporation, has signed a seven-year contract extension with the Georgia Lottery Corporation (Georgia Lottery) to deploy its world-class lottery and iLottery products and technology, enhancing the modernization of the Georgia Lottery’s offerings. The contract extension will run through September 2032.

“IGT has been a trusted growth partner with the Georgia Lottery since our inception in 1993, helping us proudly transfer more than $25 billion to the Georgia Treasury’s Lottery for Education account. The added technology and functionality IGT is providing will not only enhance the player experience, but will drive significant, incremental value for our state and the beneficiary programs the Georgia Lottery supports,” Gretchen Corbin, President and CEO of Georgia Lottery Corporation, said.

“As one of the most successful lotteries in the US, the Georgia Lottery has relied on IGT to deliver growth-driving lottery products for nearly 30 years. The Georgia Lottery has consistently embraced the evolving lottery landscape with ease, seeing the many benefits of IGT’s innovative solutions. The deployment of IGT’s industry-leading cashless technologies, advanced lottery and iLottery system upgrades and new retail hardware as part of this contract extension will support the Lottery’s plans for future growth,” said Jay Gendron, IGT Chief Operating Officer, Global Lottery.

As part of the contract extension, IGT will install cashless functionality on more than 10,000 point-of-sale retail terminals, enabling players to purchase lottery with a debit card. Customer-facing ticket scanners will also be implemented on more than 10,000 retail terminals to support player-initiated transactions including QR codes, digital playslips, and other digital offers.

IGT will also install more than 4400 new high-performing Retailer Pro lottery terminals and related equipment in retail locations. In addition, IGT will replace 600 self-service vending machines currently in the field with its GameTouch 28 self-service vending machine, a trusted solution for high-volume retailers that provides a dynamic user experience and increased flexibility for players.

Additionally, IGT will deliver upgrades to the Georgia Lottery’s lottery and iLottery central system. These upgrades would include the ability to migrate components of each system to the cloud. Among many benefits, cloud technology would offer the Georgia Lottery dynamic scalability and a reduced time to market for system enhancements. It also facilitates faster and easier integration of data and insights as a further enrichment to the overall player experience.