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Global betting brand Scientific Games has announced that they've struck a content deal with German lottery group Lotto Rheinland-Pflaz for the next 30 years, which will see them providing terminals, sportsbetting services, and a central gaming system.
Rheinland-Pfalz has more than four million residents and is close to both France and Luxembourg. It's capital city is Mainz, which has a population of about 210,000. Terms of the deal will see SG providing various lottery and sportsbetting services for the next three decades, giving the group a juicy long term contract to help propel operations moving forward.
Commenting on the deal Scientific Games Managing Director for Germany Matthia Muller said, "We are pleased that we were able to prevail in the Europe-wide tender and Lotto Rheinland-Pfalz once again chose Scientific Games as their instant games partner due to our local resources and know-how, logistics infrastructure in close proximity to the Lottery's premises and retail network, as well as our more than four decades of experience with instant games."