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The Wyoming Lottery Corporation has selected Greek gaming and lottery supplier Intralot as its gaming vendor, as the state prepares to launch its first lottery.

The city of Sault Ste. Marie in Canada’s Ontario province has formed a digital gaming task force to offer strategic direction and assess opportunities in online gambling, and attract new investment to the industry.

US gaming supplier International Game Technology (IGT) has agreed a deal to provide new video lottery terminals (VLTs) to the Oregon State Lottery, with the company now supplying more than 40 per cent of the market.

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.

The Belgian National Lottery (Loterie Nationale) has reiterated that it is legally entitled to continue to offer its sports betting offering to customers in Belgium, despite the cancellation last week of a royal decree relating to the offering.

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.

Greek gaming and lottery supplier INTRALOT has been selected as the new technology provider for Premier Lotteries Ireland, the consortium that has been granted the next licence to operate the Irish National Lottery.

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.