Lottery

IGT extends instant games contract with Michigan Lottery

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International Game Technology (IGT), through its IGT Global Solutions subsidiary, has agreed a contract extension with Michigan Lottery to continue providing instant ticket games and related services until December 2021.

IGT has been supplying instant ticket games to the lottery since 2017, most recently launching games such as $10 Ruby Mine and $30 Ultimate Millions.

In addition to the provision of instant ticket games, IGT has served as the primary lottery technology supplier for the operator since 1988.

It provides the lottery with a variety of products and services such as draw-based systems, retail and self-service lottery terminals, a primary data center, retailer training, field services, field merchandisers and a special events team.

Glenn Strong, deputy commissioner of marketing for Michigan Lottery said: “We are fortunate to work with a number of instant game printing partners that assist us in developing engaging and entertaining tickets, which comprise about 48% of our sales.”

“Our work with IGT helped the Lottery contribute more than $1bn to public education in Michigan last year for the first time ever.”

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