Greek gaming giant INTRALOT has signed a contract extension with the newly-merged Dutch lotteries Nederlandse Staatsloterij and De Lotto, with the new supply agreement running until April 2019.

The company's subsidiary, INTRALOT Nederland BV, signed a new three-year deal with the lottery businesses, which officially merged earlier this month, including an option to extend the agreement for an additional year. The extension continues a partnership between the companies that has lasted for six years to date.

INTRALOT will continue to provide the lotteries with its LOTOSTM O/S platform, along with related services, connected to its 5,000 proprietary terminals in a unique point of sale solution for the the Staatsloterij and De Lotto.

INTRALOT will also provide the lotteries with prime and disaster datacentres, a call centre for retailers and players, added to its product solutions and services to facilitate the merged business’ operations.

“We are very pleased to continue our excellent cooperation with the two Dutch Lotteries, which are now entering a new era, as a new merged entity,” INTRALOT group chief operating officer Nikos Nikolakopoulos said. “INTRALOT has managed to design and deliver unique solutions for one of the most technologically advanced projects of our sector worldwide.

“We are happy to assist both long-term customers with novel gaming solutions in their combined new operation and we appreciate their trust in our capabilities underscored by this contract renewal.”

The Staatsloterij and De Lotto currently jointly operate a wide range of games including traditional lottery games such as Staatsloterij and Miljoenenspel, numerical games suchas Lotto, Eurojackpot and Lucky Day, the Toto-branded sportsbook and instant win games, all available both online and in retail venues.

Shares in INTRALOT S.A (Co. Data) (ASE:INLOT) were trading down 1.90 per cent at €1.03 per share in Athens earlier Tuesday.