IGT Inks Lottery Deal With New Zealand

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US-based gambling giant International Game Technology has announced that they've signed a content supply deal with the New Zealand Lotteries Commission, and will provide lottery and instant win games to the country as a result.

The deal will see IGT deploying a Remote Gaming Server platform as well as instant win products to the country for the next five years. Two-year incremental extensions are also provided in the deal, depending on performance and satisfaction. The games will be deployed through the Lotto NZ brand and will see IGT's instant win library as well as select third party games. Additionally, the two groups will extend their current relationship, which sees IGT providing standard lottery services.

Speaking about the deal IGT Senior VP and COO of International Declan Harkin said, "IGT and Lotto NZ have worked together successfully for approximately 30 years, and this agreement demonstrates the customer's continued trust in our ability to deliver industry-leading solutions and content that will responsibly increase lottery sales and continue generating funds for good causes."

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