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Lottery group Instant Win Games has signed an agreement with the Belgian National Lottery and will see their games being offered in the country.
The agreement is good for the next three years and will see more than 100 games being brought into the IGT lottery platform in the country, putting in the IWG's own Progressive Play Remote Game Server. Additionally, IWG will provide their marketing and management support for the games. The National Lottery has been working with IGT through their GTECH subsidiary since 2014, when the two signed a 10 year agreement for lottery services.
Commenting on the deal Loterie Nationale's Kevin Van Belle said, "Partnering with IWG is an important step for us as we ramp up our efforts to further evolve our games offering," Loterie Nationale's strategy and change management.
"We're confident in IWG's expertise in delivering quality and reliable instant win games and excited about the prospect of innovating together in the coming years."
IWG CEO Rhydian Fisher added: "The lottery's plans to innovate, entertain and grow online are amongst the most inspiring we've seen, so we're very much looking forward to the partnership.
"Winning an opportunity like this through an open and competitive RFP process is a source of great pride for the whole company. With our partners at IGT, we'll work tirelessly to help Loterie Nationale attract new players, entertain existing players and ultimately generate funds for good causes in Belgium."