International Game Technology Agrees to a Three-Year Canadian Lottery Extension
International Game Technology agrees to a three-year Canadian lottery extension with the province’ lottery operator, Loto-Quebec. The agreement extends the partnership with IGT providing its INTELLIGEN video lottery system to the operator through its Canada Solutions ULC subsidiary.
The agreement will also cover advanced business intellect, diagnostic modules at a proactive level and game management through its distribution process. The renewal of the current contract comes after IGT expanded its agreement with TIPOS, Slovakian government owned lottery. IGT will supply Loto-Quebec with a wide range of instant ticket vending machines, interactive games, casino slots, video terminals across the province and supply all of the Canadian poker and bingo network content.
“The INTELLIGEN central management system ensures the Lottery has full control of the complexity, security, integrity, and advanced reporting of their VLT network to optimise operations and drive growth for their business,” said Jay Gendron, IGT’s Chief Operating Officer for Lottery.
IGT’s INTELLIGEN lottery system offers secure and stable control capabilities that are tailored to the video lottery terminal gaming machines. IGT is one of the main lottery suppliers across the globe for its marketing, graphics support, research and analytics and the printing of its instant tickets.