IGT signs seven-year contract with the South Dakota Lottery

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iGT’s subsidiary, IGT Global Solutions has signed a seven-year contract with the South Dakota Lottery following a competitive procurement.

IGT will provide the Lottery with a wide array of products including an updated lottery central system, several of its business intelligence tools, new point-of-sale and self-service lottery terminals, ongoing maintenance, and retailer training.
The contract is scheduled to commence on 3 November 2019 and allows for an additional eight-year extension.
“IGT has been our primary lottery vendor since 2009, and with their support, we’ve been able to deliver more than $2.82bn to education, developing natural resources, and providing problem gaming treatment services since 1987,” said South Dakota Lottery executive director Norm Lingle. “We look forward to continuing our relationship with IGT to generate even more funds for these important causes in our state throughout the next seven years.”
Under the terms of the agreement, the South Dakota Lottery will receive an upgraded lottery central system that includes components of IGT’s Aurora platform.
These components, comprised of Aurora Instants Processing System, Aurora Retailer Manager, and Aurora Claims and Payments Manager, are specially designed to provide ease of use and convenience for the retailer, and actionable analytics for the Lottery to continue to meet player demands. Additional point-of-sale and self-service lottery terminals will be implemented through- out the state.
“We are pleased to work with the South Dakota Lottery to deliver our industry-leading lottery solutions which will provide the flexibility to help evolve, manage, and grow the Lottery’s sales now and in the years ahead,” said IGT’s COO, Lottery, Jay Gendron. “These products will provide greater insight into player behaviour to help the Lottery continue to deliver exciting games and content that players want.”