Intralot extends contract with Wyoming Lottery until 2034

July 31, 2023
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The contract has been extended for an additional five years.

Intralot's US subsidiary has signed an extension of its contract with the Wyoming Lottery Corporation for an additional five-year term, until 2034.

Intralot is a gaming solutions supplier and operator which was founded in 1992 and is active in 39 jurisdictions worldwide.

For lottery solutions, Intralot offers: LotosX, iLottery, enablers, governance suite model, retail terminals and lottery games.

The partnership began back in 2014, so 2034 will mark a bold 20-year partnership (but a 10-year extension). Intralot will continue to provide its lottery operating system and comprehensive services to support the operations of the Wyoming Lottery Corporation until August 25, 2034.

Nikos Nikolakopoulos, CEO of Intralot's US subsidiary, stated: "We are thrilled to extend our partnership with the Wyoming Lottery and continue supporting its mission to provide entertaining and responsible gaming experiences to the people of the State.

“This contract extension showcases our commitment to delivering innovative solutions and exceptional services. We look forward to collaborating closely with the Wyoming Lottery to achieve new heights of success."

Jon Clontz, the CEO of Wyoming Lottery Corporation, stated: “A lottery jurisdiction’s partnership with a gaming organization is extremely important. The relationship must be based on proven trust, transparency, and mutual respect.

“We have that trust with Intralot and we enjoy a very successful track record of achievement in part due to their deep knowledge and dedication.”


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