Toronto-listed gaming software supplier Contagious Gaming has announced the launch of its products in the US lottery market, rolling out a number of titles through the Georgia State Lottery's Diggi Games iGaming offering.

Contagious’ Crystal Cashword and All-Star Bingo have been selected for launch by the lottery, alongside a full suite of iGaming products introduced by GTECH earlier this month

The products have been deployed via GTECH’s interactive lottery platform, and are the among the first iLottery titles to be rolled out by the lottery through its Diggi Games brand on the site.

GTECH has already rolled out traditional draw based games, iKeno, and various eInstant games at various price points, which are available for players over the age of 18 within state borders.

Contagious Gaming chief executive Peter Glancy said he was delighted that his company’s e-instant games have gone live in Georgia.

“This is an exciting opportunity for the company as Georgia is a significant US lottery market with ticket sales in 2013 exceeding $3.9bin, including $2.6bn of instant ticket sales,” Glancy explained.

“We look forward to GTECH advancing its interactive lottery platform into other US states which will allow us to participate alongside GTECH in additional markets,” he added.

Shares in Contagious Gaming Inc (Co. Data) (CVE:CNS) closed at CAD$0.435 per share, having dropped 3.33 per cent in trading Tuesday.


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