International Game Technology (IGT) is a multinational gambling company that produces slot machines and other gambling technology


The company is headquartered in London, with major offices in Rome, Providence, Rhode Island, and Las Vegas. It is controlled, with a 51% stake, by De Agostini, an Italian holding company.

IGT began life under a different name Gtech, a US gambling company that managed state and provincial lotteries across the world. In 2015, the company acquired US gambling company International Game Technology (IGT) that specialized in slot machines.

The acquisition cost $6.4bn and Gtech adopted the purchased company's name as its own.

IGT has operations in more than 100 countries globally and complies with the International Labor Office's tripartite declaration of principles concerning multinational enterprises and its social policy.

The company’s expansion has been relentless, showing no sign of slowing in the 2020s – In February 2022, IGT announced their expansion into Washington state via a multi-year deal with Kalispel tribe.

In March 2022, International Gaming Technology’s subsidiary IGT global services announced their 6-year partnership agreement with Singapore Pool and in April they bought out iGaming content provider iSoftBet for approx $170m.


Reno, NV
Las Vegas, NV
Seattle, WA
Austin, TX
Lakeland, FL
Providence, RI
Moncton, Canada
Beijing, China
Hyderabad, India
Sydney, Australia
Mexico City, Mexico
Lima, Peru
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Bogotá, Colombia
Santiago, Chile
Barcelona, Spain
Belgrade, Serbia
Graz, Austria
London, England
Rome, Italy
Vantaa, Finland
Warsaw, Poland

Number of employees:


Key personnel:

Executive VP & Chief Financial Officer: Massimiliano Chiara
Chief Executive Officer, Digital & Betting: Enrico Drago
Senior VP & Chief Technology Officer Gaming: Rachel Barber
Senior VP, Marketing, Communications & Sustainability: Wendy Montgomery

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