The IGT has signed a 15-year contract with the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation.
The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) has awarded IGT Global Solutions Corporation as their primary technology provider of self-serve lottery terminals.
The contract extends until June 2027 and includes 10 additional one-year extension options. Subject to further government approvals, terminals will begin installation in retail locations by the second half of 2023.
The company is excited about this opportunity as they know how much power the consumer market holds; not only for financial reasons but also because it has become such an important tool when trying get ahead these days with all sorts problems going around on everyone’s minds every day!
The new agreement will allow Ontario’s lottery players to use self-serve technology for the first time.
As Ontario’s OLG embark on the next evolution of lottery play, they have announced that they will be working with key partners like IGT to deliver responsible and convenient access for player-favourite games.
Introducing self-serve lottery technology throughout Ontario would allow us to continue driving sales and maximizing revenue for the benefit of people in this province.
This is the perfect partnership for IGT and OLG. The company will provide 1,400 GameTouch 28 self-serve lottery terminals to be used at retailers across Ontario along with its OpenRetail terminal software application ShowMaker multimedia content creation system retailer advisory services . This new agreement ensures that all clients of each business can easily access their respective offerings through one source!
“Our new self-serve lottery terminals are an exciting way to responsibly enhance the player experience in Ontario,” commented IGT Chief Operating Officer, Global Lottery Jay Gendron. “We’re looking forward working with OLG and providing more opportunities for Canadians who love playing games.”
“The introduction of IGT’s self-service technology is an important step in modernizing player experiences. The company’s commitment to innovation and providing added convenience, functionality as well unrivalled entertainment for players makes this partnership with OLG strategically sound.”
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