Lottomatica Group announced its subsidiary Spielo International has signed an agreement to provide 5,500 prodiGi Vu Video Lottery Terminals to the Société des loteries vidéo du Québec (SLVQ), a subsidiary of Loto-Québec.
Under the terms of the agreement, the initial five-year contract, which also includes options for The VLTs will be delivered and installed in 2013. Spielo will also provide its prodiGi Vu VLT, a powerful, player-focused and technician-friendly cabinet that offers a superior video and audio experience, responsible gaming features, and networked gaming capability. This deployment will also mark the first Game to System (G2S) open standard protocol-based VLTs operating in the North America distributed VLT market.
“We are pleased to be providing a significant portion of machines to SLVQ, which operates Canada’s largest VLT network. Throughout our successful 17- year relationship, we have shared an ongoing commitment to providing high-integrity, high-quality, and top-performing products to Quebec players,” said Spielo President and CEO Victor Duarte in the press release.
“Now, by working with SLVQ to deploy the first-ever G2S-based distributed market solution to North America, we are proud to enhance Quebec’s position as one of the most technologically advanced VLT operations,” continued Duarte.
In addition to the VLT contract, SPIELO has been awarded the VLT central monitoring system for managing SLVQ’s entire network of VLTs.