After a tender process, IGT has been selected to continue providing its services to Norway’s state lottery operator, Norsk Tipping.
Through the partnership, IGT will continue to supply the World Lottery Association member with its IGT PlayCasino content, PlayRGS digital gaming platform and its IGT Connect integration layer.
The extension will allow IGT to provide its content to Norsk Tipping for the next three years, with the option for the operator to extend this period for a further year.
The deal will come into effect from February 2021. Norsk Tipping is also able to keep IGT games in operation for an additional four years after the agreement expires.
Gaming supplier IGT will also continue providing the services of its third-party sub-suppliers NetEnt Malta Limited and ELKAB Studios AB.
Commenting on the news, Enrico Drago, IGT senior vice president, PlayDigital, said: “IGT's best-in-class titles and seamless content aggregation technology ensure that Norsk Tipping can continue to offer their players the widest and most popular selection of entertaining digital game.
"Adding IGT's and its sub-suppliers' growing stable of popular titles for Norsk Tipping also furthers our goal of delivering unrivalled gaming experiences that engage players."
IGT was originally chosen as Norsk Tipping’s sole supplier in 2012 and was again awarded the competitive tender to provide the operator with its PlayCasino content in 2017.
The supplier has also provided the Norwegian operator with its digital bingo platform since 2014.