Scientific Games maintains Missouri Lottery relationship

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The Missouri Lottery has extended its instant games contract with Scientific Games for three more years.


[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he leading lottery games supplier, Scientific Games Corporation, has confirmed its contract with the Missouri Lottery has been extended for a further three years.

The company will continue to provide instant games to the lottery providers players, and in addition Scientific Games will supply the new exciting, full-loyalty website for My Lottery Players Club, which has 228,000 members.

May Scheve Reardon, Executive Director, Missouri Lottery, said: “Our Lottery generates funds to provide educational opportunities for Missouri students, support Missouri businesses, and entertain millions. The instant games created by Scientific Games help us ensure continued growth in profits to the state of Missouri. We are confident that our My Lottery Players Club developed by Scientific Games has contributed to our success in recent years, and we look forward to building upon the popularity of our players club.”

Scientific Games collaborates with the Missouri Lottery team on its instant games portfolio, and over the last five years has helped grow instant games by 25 per cent.

In 2011, the company developed the lottery’s current website featuring the My Lottery Players Club loyalty program with an online store for loyalty Points for Prizes® redemption, FunPlay™ games, and more.

John Schulz, Senior Vice President of Instant Products for Scientific Games, said: “We’ve worked hard alongside the Missouri Lottery as they have built an incredibly loyal fan base by continually evolving their brand and their game offering. This contract extension represents the Lottery’s confidence in our products and services to help the Lottery provide further growth in the years ahead. We are excited to continue the great work we have delivered with our instant game products and full loyalty program to help drive profits for the state of Missouri.”


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