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Scientific Games Announces Instant Games Contract Extension With Washington's Lottery

Wednesday 19th September 2018

Scientific Games Corporation (NASDAQ: SGMS) ("Scientific Games" or the "Company") today announced that Washington's Lottery has extended the Company's contracts for instant games, licensed brands and services. The largest instant game provider in the world, Scientific Games will design and produce instant games for the Lottery for an additional four years through March 2024. The Company will also provide Washington's Lottery with a new mobile app and player loyalty program.

Scientific Games has provided the Lottery with instant games since its startup in 1982, and currently serves as its primary supplier of instant games including Lucky for Life and licensed branded games like SLINGO® and LOTERIA™.

"Our team has worked hard with Scientific Games to drive responsible year-over-year growth in our instant game products, which in turn has generated more profits to support education and other state programs in Washington," said Gaylene Gray, Instant Product Manager, Washington's Lottery. "We look forward to working with Scientific Games for four more years to offer our players new conveniences with a new mobile app, and to further grow their loyalty through entertaining promotions and second-chance play."

"It has been a pleasure to serve this outstanding lottery in the northwest U.S.," said John Schultz, Senior Vice President, Instant Products, Scientific Games. "We are honored to have our instant games contract extended so we can continue working together to drive maximum profits to benefit education and other important programs in communities throughout the great state of Washington."

With a total of nine instant game presses in five manufacturing facilities on four continents, Scientific Games provides games, technology and services to more than 150 lotteries globally. The Company launched the world's first secure instant lottery game in 1974.