Scientific Games extends contract with Oregon Lottery

November 7, 2023

The contract extension will include scratch games, and will be for an additional five years.

Scientific Games has announced it has extended its contract with the Oregon Lottery for another five years. It will continue to create and produce scratch games for the Oregon Lottery as part of its contract extension. 

The company has been supplying scratch games to the State Lottery since 2010 and also provides the lottery with crossword games that feature play on both the front and back of the game with the company’s statement ‘Scratch My Back’ attached. 

Some of the popular scratch games that the company supplies to the lottery are Rose Gold Riches and 5X the Cash as well as holiday games. 

The State lottery raises funds to go towards voter-approved programs across Oregon including but not restricted to: veteran services, public schools, state parks, economic growth initiatives and environmental preservation programs. 

Tina Erickson, Lottery Products Portfolio Manager for the Oregon Lottery said, “We’re happy to continue our positive Scratch-it relationship with Scientific Games.

“Our work with Scientific Games allows us to offer a wide variety of Scratch-it games to our retailers, keep our players entertained and support vital programs in Oregon. We look forward to working together.” 

John Schulz, President of Americas & Global Instant Products for Scientific Games commented, “We’re happy to help the Oregon Lottery maximize proceeds to its good cause programs with our high-performance instant products.

“We’re committed to bringing innovative instant scratch game experiences to players around the world, all based on analytics and insights that drive results.” 


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