IGT Signs 10-Year Deal Extension with Kansas Lottery

International Game Technology (NYSE: IGT) and Kansas Lottery have agreed to extend their partnership for ten years through mid-December 2032.

Under the contract terms, IGT will continue to support the Kansas Lottery by providing an enhanced version of its Intelligen electronic gaming central system.

The Kansas lottery will also receive site controllers to ensure the effective running of network diagnostics and maintain communications between all gaming machines and business intelligence tools for day-to-day operations management and reporting.

Furthermore, the deal will see IGT provide instant ticket games and printing services to the lottery operator.

The two brands first inked an agreement in 2008. In 2019, they both agreed to extend the deal for three years, which will end by December this year.

Jay Gendron IGT’s Chief Operating Officer for Global Lottery

IGT’s upgraded Intelligen system will provide the Kansas Lottery with a suite of comprehensive tools designed to drive revenues and offer its players world-class gaming experiences. Intelligen’s improved system performance will also allow the lottery to manage its vast network with maximum efficiency over the next decade and position the lottery to deploy future functionality to meet the needs of the evolving gaming landscape.

Jay GendronIGT’s Chief Operating Officer for Global Lottery

As a leading B2B online gaming and lottery software developer, IGT has partnerships with different operators in several jurisdictions, such as Singapore Pools, Atlantic Lottery, and Orenes Groupo. In April, the company agreed to acquire iSoftBet for €160 million in cash.

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