INTRALOT Inc. Secures Extension to Continue Delivering the Successful Operation of COAM Project to the Georgia Lottery Corporation

INTRALOT announces that its U.S. subsidiary, INTRALOT Inc., has signed a contract extension through 2029 to continue its six-year partnership with the Georgia Lottery Corporation providing advanced services for the operation of its COAM (Coin Operated Amusement Machines) project.

INTRALOT Group CEO, Dr. Chris Dimitriadis said: “I would like to thank the Georgia Lottery Corporation forour continuing long-term partnership, that targets at maximizing the contribution to educational funds for the State of Georgia. We are excited to see our technology and services transforming the industry and offering numerous opportunities for growth.”

“We are thrilled to continue our longstanding partnership with the Georgia Lottery Corporation in operating the COAM project. We are incredibly pleased with the success we have had together over the last six years, supporting the Hope Scholarship, and cannot wait to see what is to come. We believe this extended partnership and robust technology upgrade will result in even greater returns to the State and the people of Georgia,” said Byron Boothe, CEO of INTRALOT Inc.

With a close collaboration for the last six years, INTRALOT and the Georgia Lottery Corporation teams have established a dynamic operation of monitoring and accounting for the COAM project. Under the new contract, INTRALOT will empower the Georgia Lottery with its state-of-the-art technology to modernize and support key business requirements.

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