New York-listed Scientific Games Corporation has secured a new four-year deal to provide instant games and additional services to the New Hampshire Lottery.

Scientific Games has worked with the New Hampshire Lottery since its first instant game launch in 1975, serving as its sole instant game provider for the past ten years.

The new contract begins on July 1st and includes an option to extend for two additional years. 

"Our collaboration on instant games over the last four decades is truly a success story,” said Charlie McIntyre, executive director of the New Hampshire Lottery. “Scientific Games has deep expertise with prize structures, and highly experienced game designers who create games our players love to play.

“Most important, their instant games have generated millions in revenue to support education in New Hampshire."

John Schulz, Scientific Games senior vice president, Instant Products, said: "We appreciate the New Hampshire Lottery's confidence in Scientific Games' ability to offer a wide array of instant games.

"Ultimately, our goal is to provide the lottery with the most innovative game portfolio to entertain New Hampshire players and help drive proceeds for education."

Shares in Scientific Games Corporation (Co. Data) (NASDAQ:SGMS) closed in New York Monday up 1.50 per cent at $27.05 per share, just off their 52-week high of $27.20 per share set on June 21st.