The supplier will also supply back-end technology to Loterie Romandie, replacing the operator’s current back-end system provider in Switzerland.
Jean-Luc Moner-Banet, Loterie Romande CEO, said: "IGT has partnered with Loterie Romande for nearly 30 years, supplying us with the most advanced lottery hardware, systems and services that have maximised our contributions to good causes throughout the six French-speaking cantons in Switzerland where our players live.
"We trust that by converting to IGT's iLottery system, we will be equipped with faster access to player data and analytics to ensure we offer the best player experience possible and responsibly drive sales growth to further benefit charitable organisations."
Furthermore, IGT’s iLottery technology will allow Loterie Romande to migrate its digital system to the cloud. The supplier says cloud migration offers added security, dynamic scalability and a reduced time to market for system enhancements.
In addition, IGT says its system will continue to incorporate a suite of responsible gambling features with the lottery operator. It will also continue to provide Loterie Romande with its Aurora core lottery central system.
Jay Gendron, IGT COO of Global Lottery, added: "This extension agreement between Loterie Romande and IGT builds upon our comprehensive long-term partnership and represents the next evolution in supplying Swiss lottery players with unrivaled experiences.
"IGT's sophisticated iLottery system will offer Loterie Romande a dynamic 360-degree player view to easily adapt to customer needs and wide-ranging modules to effectively manage and grow its iLottery programme."