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Intralot pens long-term extension with Wyoming Lottery

| By Robert Fletcher
Intralot has signed a five-year extension to its services and operating contract with the Wyoming Lottery Corporation.

Under the deal, Intralot’s US subsidiary will continue to provide its lottery operating system and services for the operation of the Wyoming Lottery through to August 2029.

Intralot has supported the Wyoming Lottery Corporation since the launch of WyoLotto in 2014, while the partnership also led the launch of the Lottery’s most recent game in the form of 2by2 in March 2021.

“We take our responsibilities seriously at the Wyoming Lottery Corporation,” Wyoming Lottery Corporation chief executive Jon Clontz said. “Our selection of a gaming vendor is of extreme importance and is at the very core of our operations. We are honoured to extend our relationship with Intralot. and continue to rely on our mutually beneficial, trusting, and high-performing partnership.”

Intralot chief executive Byron Boothe added: “We are grateful to the Wyoming Lottery for their trust and long-standing partnership, and we look forward to continuing to create value and drive their growth through our state-of-the-art technology and advanced quality of services.

“We look forward to our continued partnership and assisting in generating revenue for the great state of Wyoming.”

Meanwhile, Intralot has also extended its partnership with Malaysian gaming operator Magnum Corporation by a further two years to the end of June 2024.

Intralot will continue to support Magnum with its LotoSTM core operating system including games software, online gaming system and its new generation terminals.

The double renewal comes after Intralot last month also signed a one-year extension to its games operator contract with La Marocaine des Jeux et des Sports (MDJS).

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