Intralot pens two-year Ohio Lottery extension

By Tom Lewis
Industry provider Intralot has announced the renewal of its supply agreement with the Ohio Lottery for a further two years, through to 30 June 2019.

Valued at $71m, the two-year extension is consistent with Intralot’s existing agreement with the State of Ohio’s Controlling Board, covering the period 2009-2021, and contains the option for three further two-year renewals.

Intralot provides the Ohio Lottery with a “secure central gaming system”, which manages and accounts for all current in-state and multi-state draw games, alongside facilitating inventory control and logistics for its selection of scratch games.

Provisions included in the renewal cover 750 further online vending machines, the possibility of upgrading the 1100 “multi-play stations” already deployed, as well as the addition of cashless payment options to all vending terminals.

CEO of Intralot's US division, John Donahue said: “We are very pleased and excited about this agreement with Ohio Lottery.

“This allows Intralot to continue to provide to one of our most valued customers, Intralot’s leading gaming solutions. I would like to personally thank the Ohio Lottery management team for their trust.

“Our experienced US team will closely cooperate with the Ohio Lottery in the new period to help the Lottery meet its goals for responsible growth and greater returns for good causes."

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