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Gambling software specialist Intralot has announced that they've inked a huge $340 million, 10 year deal with the Illinois State Lottery that will see the supplier providing technology for the next ten years.
The agreement will see Intralot providing the lottery with operational systems to more than 7,500 retail sites throughout the state. The technology will include lottery terminals as well as ticket checkers. The company will also work to integrate user operated terminals, which can be deployed at various locations.
Speaking about the deal Intralot CEO John Donahue said, "We are delighted to have been awarded this long-term contract to serve the State of Illinois and Camelot Illinois. We have been a successful technology partner with Camelot elsewhere in the world, and together we will prove to be the right combination for the State of Illinois Lottery."
No timetable for the integration of the products was given.