Goodwin Becomes New Scientific Games’ VP of Instant Games
Scientific Games has named Angela Goodwin as its new Vice President of Operations for its instant game management program.
Goodwin joined Scientific Games in 2017 as an Instant Game Manufacturing Coordinator and advanced through several roles before her previous office as the Senior Director of SGEP Operations and Global Instant Products for Scientific Games.
In her new role, Goodwin will oversee SGEP, which services over 20 lotteries worldwide and manages instant products valued at $39.6bn (£32.5m/€37.6m) in global annual sales.
She will also lead operations for a team of instant product management experts in the United States gambling market.
Additionally, Goodwin will collaborate with lottery customers and the sales, marketing, and government affairs teams at Scientific Games.
Scientific Games - Innovating Government Lotteries and Sports Betting
Established in 1973, Scientific Games prides itself on utilizing “cutting-edge backend systems” and digital solutions to drive profits for government-sponsored lottery and sports betting programs.
The company introduced SGEP programs in 1985 to assist lotteries in optimizing their instant product portfolio. The programs provide portfolio management and game design services, data-driven analytics, advanced logistics solutions, licensed brand services, and retail sales and marketing support.
We believe that Angela’s natural leadership skills, overall management philosophy and extensive knowledge of our SGEP operations will provide the strategic vision to evolve the program and achieve growth for our lottery customers by responsibly driving instant product performance.
The company aims to expand its offerings within the four core pillars of SGEP programs, which include product solutions, advanced logistics, retail optimizations, and digital engagement.
In August, Scientific Games signed a multi-year partnership with Lotto NZ to be a systems technology provider for the national lottery in New Zealand. The agreement saw Scientific Games supply its Symphony platform system for Lotto NZ and over 1,200 point of sales terminals.