INNOVA Gaming Group, the lottery division recently spun off from Amaya, has received a manufacturer license and approval from the New Hampshire Racing and Charitable Gaming Commission.

Through its wholly owned subsidiary, Diamond Game Enterprises, the company will be able to deploy its LT-3 ticket dispenser in the state of New Hampshire in approved charitable locations.

Diamond Game said that it expects to deploy the machines through licensed distributors across the state and is currently in negotiations with a select list of potential partners.

"With New Hampshire's approval, our LT-3 dispensers are now approved for use in five US States and two Canadian provinces," said Richard Weil, chairman and CEO of INNOVA. "In the coming weeks, we expect to choose distribution partners and look forward to demonstrating the unique benefits that the LT-3 can provide to regulated operators in the state.

“We are pleased with the number of LT-3 deployments achieved so far this year and, as of today, we have 1,698 LT-3 dispensers installed network-wide."

The LT-3 is a ticket dispenser that dispenses pre-printed instant tickets on each and displays the result on a video monitor. Diamond Game has rolled out the machines for Loto-Quebec’s Société des bingos du Québec and the Missouri Lottery among others.

Shares in Innova Gaming Group Inc (Co. Data) (TSX:IGG) closed at CAD$2.96 per share in Toronto Wednesday.

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