IGT pens wide-ranging deal with Atlantic Lottery Corporation

| By Robert Fletcher
International Game Technology (IGT) has agreed a deal to provide more than 1,000 video lottery terminals (VLTs) to the Atlantic Lottery Corporation (ALC) in Canada.
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Under the deal, agreed through its IGT Canada Solutions subsidiary, IGT will provide a total of 375 CrystalDual 27 video lottery terminals (VLTs) throughout the remainder of the year.

IGT will launch the VLTs with themes such as The Wild Life, Big City 5s, The Big Easy and Royal Spins Deluxe with The Price Is Right VLT content to follow in 2023.

“IGT has supplied engaging cabinets and content that have proven to entertain VLT players throughout Atlantic Canada for more than 30 years,” ALC president and chief executive Patrick Daigle said.

“Expanding on the number of new VLTs in ALC’s gaming venues with popular IGT themes allows us to deliver on our promise of providing our players with the most compelling gaming experiences.”

IGT senior vice-president for Canada, South and Central America, David Flinn, added: “The versatility of IGT’s CrystalDual 27 VLT enables ALC to continue modernising its gaming offering and provides players with best-in-class, market-attuned content.

“These 1,375 CrystalDual 27 units, in addition to the more than 350 that are already in the ALC market, reinforce our commitment to the lottery’s growth and elevate gaming within the region with highly successful hardware.”

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