INTRALOT Inc, the North American subsidiary of Greek gaming supplier INTRALOT, has signed an amendment to its contract with the New Hampshire Lottery Commission which will see the company continue to provide its lottery gaming systems to the lottery.

INTRALOT will continue to provide the lottery with its systems for the operation of terminal based games, the management of instant games and associated gaming products, the support of the retailer network and other support services including marketing.

Charlie McIntyre, executive director of the New Hampshire Lottery, which celebrates fifty years of operation this year, said that lottery sales had increased by more than 20 per cent since INTRALOT converted its systems.

“Over the past four years, INTRALOT has provided excellent service and created tremendous value for New Hampshire citizens and for the New Hampshire Education Trust Fund,” said McIntyre.

Under the terms of the amendment, INTRALOT has received a four-year extension to its original contract dated July  2010. The extension will commence on July 1st 2016 and runs through June 30th 2020.

The amendment also effectuates the implementation of certain equipment exchange options and certain offered options pursuant to the original contract.

“We are extremely proud to have been part of the Lottery’s rich history and we are very excited to continue our partnership with the Lottery for an additional four years,” said INTRALOT Inc president and CEO Tom Little. “Together we will introduce new sales channels and innovative products and services to the citizens of New Hampshire to raise additional funds for education.”

John Pantoleon, INTRALOT Group chief operating officer, added: “Since the inception of our partnership we have supplied our state-of-the-art terminals and related peripherals that are connected to INTRALOT’s LOTOSTM O/S Central System. We are confident that we will continue our fruitful partnership, working closely with the Lottery team to further increase the Lottery’s revenues for the benefit of New Hampshire and its citizens.”

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