Intralot Inc, the U.S.-based unit of Greek gaming supplier Intralot SA, has signed a four-year contract extension with the New Hampshire Lottery Commission. The contract will now be valid until June 30, 2020, the company said in a filing to the Athens Stock Exchange.
Intralot will continue to provide its lottery gaming system for the operation of terminal-based games, the management of instant games and support of the retailer network.
“Since Intralot converted our systems, lottery sales have increased by more than 20 percent and we very much look forward to continuing that trend during our partnership through 2020,” Charlie McIntyre, the lottery’s executive director, said in the statement.
New Hampshire Lottery sales revenue topped US$280 million in fiscal year 2013, according to official data. The lottery awarded more than US$174.4 million in prizes.
“…we are very excited to continue our partnership with the lottery for an additional four years. Together we will introduce new sales channels and innovative products and services to the citizens of New Hampshire to raise additional funds for education,” said Tom Little, chief executive of Intralot Inc.
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