Inspired Gaming Group has signed an exclusive agreement to supply its Open SBG Core technology platform and games to Spanish land-based gaming operator Grupo R. Franco.
Chinese lottery suppliers AGTech and China LotSynergy have further expanded their respective operations in the growing Chinese sports lottery market with new deals in the provinces of Hebei, Tianjin and Gansu.
Colorado’s House of Representatives has passed a bill which prohibits the Colorado Lottery Commission from allowing the sale of lottery tickets online and via other electronic devices.
North American lottery supplier Pollard Banknote said that its traditional paper-based instant tickets business will continue to drive the future success of the company, although it remains “well-positioned” to capitalise on the recent development of lotteries selling products on the internet.
The Michigan Lottery has launched a new instant-win lottery product from Pollard Banknote which is linked to an online and mobile app to give players a second chance to win prizes.
US gaming and lottery supplier Scientific Games has signed a new contract to operate an online lottery system and provide a range of marketing and services support for the North Dakota Lottery.
Intralot US, a subsidiary of Greek lottery gaming systems provider Intralot, has agreed an extension to its deal to supply its online lottery gaming system and related services and products to the New Mexico Lottery Board (NMLB).
A consortium comprising of UK National Lottery operator Camelot and Irish state-owned postal services provider An Post has been granted the next licence to operate the National Lottery in Ireland.
Diamond Game Enterprises, the lottery technology subsidiary of Canada's Amaya Gaming Group, has been awarded a five-year deal to provide its services to Maryland Lottery.
Greece’s INTRALOT has signed a deal to continue providing the Croatian State Lottery Hrvatska Lutrija with online and instant scratch card games, including additional games from NeoGames.
US authorities have arrested six individuals for allegedly engaging in a lottery telemarketing fraud scheme that obtained over $400,000 from elderly victims in the United States.