Gaming supplier Scientific Games Corporation has reached an agreement to provide at least 2,000 video lottery terminals (VLTs) to the Oregon Lottery through its Bally Gaming subsidiary.

The division has submitted the product and software to the lottery, and plans to begin shipping games later this year once it completes a field trial and secures approval from the Oregon Lottery.

All games will be offered as part of a multi-game suite via the Bally ALPHA 2 Pro V32 cabinet.

Scientific Games group chief executive for gaming Derik Mooberry said he was honoured to continue the company’s “solid relationship” with the Oregon Lottery in what he described as a “well-established and successful market.”

“Players in Oregon will now have an opportunity to experience a new robust suite of games and products, including player favorites on the eye-catching Bally Pro V32 cabinet,” Mooberry continued. “We continue to leverage our multi-channel content for the benefit of lottery markets in the U.S. and Canada.”

More than a dozen titles will be rolled out on the Bally Pro V32 cabinets including Lucky Tree, Quick Hit Platiunum, Cash’M if You Can, Texas Dice and Jewel of the Dragon, while additional video poker and keno games will also be made available to customers in the state.

The Oregon Lottery operates 12,000 VLTs in total, with Scientific Games rival International Game Technology supplying a number of machines. As of February 2014 the supplier provides the lottery with 4,850 VLTs.

Shares in Scientific Games Corporation (Co.Data) (NASDAQ:SGMS) closed up 2.12 per cent at $16.85 per share in New York yesterday.