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IGT & Scientific Games extend long-term US lottery deals

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Major lottery suppliers International Game Technology (IGT) and Scientific Games (SG) have extended existing supply deals with the state lotteries of Nebraska and Massachusetts.

IGT announced that its subsidiary, IGT Global Solutions Corporation, has signed a seven-year contract with the Nebraska Lottery to serve as the primary vendor for its instant and draw-based games and related services.

The agreement will also see the supplier upgrade the operator’s draw-based central system to its Aurora solution, and the will deliver its terminal equipment to approximately 1,200 retail locations across the state.

Meanwhile, Scientific Games (SG) announced it has been awarded a new, five-year contract from the Massachusetts State Lottery Commission (MSLC) to supply the state’s lottery with instant games, second chance promotions and digital engagement programs.

SG’s new contract, which may be extended by up to two years by MLSC, is expanded to include consumer digital services to engage players through second-chance game features.

Having produced Massachusetts Lottery’s first instant game in 1974, SG’s new contract will see the supplier extend its relationship with the lottery beyond the fifty-year mark.

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