The Lottomatica Group now consists of three divisions; Lottomatica which services the Italian Lottery, GTech which is in charge of Global lottery services, and a gaming division that contains Spielo International and Spielo G2.

Spielo International and Spielo G2 are integrated at many levels but for the most part the former is mainly involved with physical elements designing, manufacturing, and distributing games, cabinets and systems to land based casinos and other venues. They serve customers on five continents and have shipped almost a quarter million gaming machines all over the world. They are licensed to sell gaming machines in 25 US states, including Nevada and supply almost 150 tribes.

Spielo G2 is the interactive gaming arm servicing poker, casino, sports betting, bingo and lottery clients online. The core group that was known as GTech G2 was comprised of Boss Media and their poker networks, Dynamite Idea, Finsoft Limited, and St.Minver.

Spielo International was formed by the integration of Spielo and Atronic, two subsidiaries of Lottomatica. GTech acquired Spielo in 2004 and fully acquired Atronic in 2008. GTech was acquired by Lottomatica in 2006 and in 2009 Spielo and Atronic became direct subsidiaries of Lottomatica.

GTech G2 began integrating with Spielo International in 2011 and in 2012 the G2 brand became Spielo G2 leaving GTech to tend to world lottery business. According to the Lottomatica website, “…GTECH has a presence in approximately 60 countries and as of December 31, 2010, it provides online devices and services to 24 out of 44 government authorized lotteries in the United States and to 52 international customers. GTECH Lotteries closed 2011 with EUR 857.4 million in revenue…