The Missouri Lottery has signed a three year extension contract with Lottomatica Group subsidiary GTECH Corporation. The agreement will see GTECH continue providing lottery technology which will generate approximately US$45m in revenues to the company.
Under the terms of the new extension, GTECH will continue to provide lottery technology to the Missouri Lottery in the form of 450 Gemini Ultra machines and the company’s ES MultiMedia technology, as well as additional self-service lottery products, multimedia displays, and player subscription services.
GTECH president and CEO Jaymin B Patel said in the press release, “We look forward to continuing our partnership with the Missouri Lottery, which we are proud to say began more than 20 years ago…Over the next three years, we will assist the Missouri Lottery in enhancing their self-service offering, expanding their retailer base, and implementing an innovative subscription player service program…This extension is also a strong endorsement of GTECH’s focus on strengthening customer relationships through superior service delivery and attention to customer priorities.”
May Scheve Reardon, the Missouri Lottery’s executive director commented on the extension in the release saying, “The Missouri Lottery looks forward to the continued growth and progress we have made over the last two decades with GTECH…This contract extension, and the addition of new lottery self-service machines for our retailers, provides additional opportunities for us to continue to grow and maximize revenues for education programs in Missouri.”