Intralot selected again as the gaming vendor for the New Mexico State Lottery

INTRALOT, Inc., based in Duluth, GA, the North American subsidiary of INTRALOT Group, has been selected by the New Mexico State Lottery as its gaming vendor to provide for the implementation, operation and maintenance of the Lottery’s Gaming System including the lottery Central System and software platforms, terminal network, communications and associated gaming products. The terminal network includes 1,200 new, state of the art Photon® lottery terminals. INTRALOT, Inc., was initially awarded a contract by the New Mexico Lottery in 2006 and is pleased to announce that it has again been named the successful vendor pursuant to the Lottery’s competitive proposal process.

New Mexico Lottery Director, David Barden, added: “INTRALOT has been a valuable partner. Their technical capabilities and innovative games have allowed us to continue to expand our product offering with new and exciting games and distribution channels. With these new channels and games, we have increased our sales and player base without adversely impacting sales of other products. We very much look forward to continuing our successful partnership with the team from INTRALOT”

The new contract is for a term of 8 years and will begin November 22, 2015. Under the terms of the new contract, INTRALOT will continue to work closely with the Lottery regarding marketing, advertising and sales initiatives. Tom Little, President and CEO of INTRALOT Inc., stated “We were initially awarded a contract by the New Mexico Lottery in 2006. At that time we committed to the state of New Mexico to provide the Lottery with the very best technology and services. Having been awarded this new contract is a testament to the success of our endeavors resulting in a successful partnership with the Lottery. We are very pleased that we have been awarded this second contract to continue to deliver, along with our partners at the New Mexico Lottery, on our commitment to the State of New Mexico.“
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