Intralot has extended its contract with the New Hampshire Lottery Commission and a few amendments have been added.
The North American subsidiary of the Greek-owned lottery operator will continue to offer its gaming system for the operation of terminal-based games and associated products, as well as support for the retailer and additional marketing services.
Cited by local gambling news, New Hampshire Lottery executive director Charlie McIntyre said: “Since Intralot converted our systems, lottery sales have increased by more than 20% and we very much look forward to continuing that trend during our partnership through 2020.”
Lottery contract to expire in 2020
Intralot’s original contract started on July 1, 2010. Now the deal has been extended, as McIntyre seems very pleased with the company’s services. In accordance with British gambling laws, Intralot and the Lottery Commission have agreed to extend their partnership from July 1, 2016 until June 30, 2020.
“Over the past four years, Intralot has provided excellent service and created tremendous value for New Hampshire citizens and for the New Hampshire Education Trust Fund,” he told reporters.
Intralot CEO John Pantoleon added: “Since the inception of our partnership, we have supplied our state-of-the-art terminals and related peripherals that are connected to Intralot’s LOTOS O/S Central System. We are confident that we will continue our fruitful partnership, working closely with the Lottery team to further increase the Lottery’s revenues for the benefit of New Hampshire and its citizens.”