London-based lottery supplier Instant Win Gaming (IWG) has completed its first Remote Game Server (RGS) integration onto a US lottery through an agreement with the Michigan Lottery.

It will allow the lottery to expand its portfolio of online instant win games, which is currently provided by NeoPollard Interactive.

IWG has been providing content to the UK National Lottery for the past ten years and has a portfolio of more than 300 instant win games on desktop and mobile.

The supplier said that the deal opens up a pipeline of innovative, fresh content for US lotteries to complement their existing products.

"We're excited and proud to complete the first RGS integration onto a US lottery," said Rhydian Fisher, CEO at IWG. "We've worked with Michigan Lottery for some time and they've been a fantastic partner.

"This really does open up some unique content for US lottery players. There is huge demand for instant win content in addition to the traditional lottery products and we're passionate about delivering the very best instant win games that entertain and engage players."

Jason Lisiecki, digital products director at the Michigan Lottery, added: "We are excited about offering our players the new and exciting games provided by IWG. Our integration via an RGS means that we have quick access to the entire library of IWG games.

"Their products will be a great complement to our existing online games portfolio and we expect them to be popular with players."