Five months after inking a ten-year supply deal with the Illinois State Lottery and global gaming operator and lottery solutions innovator Intralot SA has now announced the signing of an extension agreement with the New Hampshire Lottery Commission.
Athens-listed Intralot SA used an official July 2 press release to detail that the latest five-year extension will see it continue to supply the New Hampshire Lottery with innovative gaming systems following the conclusion of its current contract in June of 2020. The Greek firm explained that the deal is to also see it provide the New England state’s lottery with the new Keno 603 game, which it stated is to be partially driven ‘by self-service peripherals that are an integral part of the extension’ with proceeds set to primarily assist in the funding of state-wide kindergarten programs.
John Donahue, Chief Executive Officer for the lottery firm’s Intralot US subsidiary, declared that the New Hampshire Lottery Commission is the oldest such organization in the United States after first launching in 1964. He additionally proclaimed that the New Hampshire Lottery features ‘a terrific team’ his firm has been ‘privileged to work with over the past eight years’ and that he now looks forward to building ‘a continued successful relationship’.
“Our collaboration with Intralot SA on the gaming system contract over the last eight years is an amazing success story,” read a statement from Charlie McIntyre, Executive Director for the New Hampshire Lottery Commission. “Intralot SA has a great understanding of our market and we look forward to our future collaboration.”