Intralot awarded five-year contract extension with Wyoming Lottery
INTRALOT S.A. announces the renewal of the current contract of INTRALOT Inc., a subsidiary of the INTRALOT Group in the United States, with the Wyoming Lottery for the five-year period from August 25, 2019, to August 25, 2024. This is the first of three five-year extension options in line with the initial contract terms.
The Wyoming Lottery has been a valued partner of INTRALOT’s since the Lottery’s inception in 2014. When first launched, the Lottery offered two multistate games, Powerball and Mega Millions. The Lottery has since expanded their product portfolio to include an annuity game called Lucky For Life and an instate game called Cowboy Draw. With industry-proven retail solutions like the clerk-operated Photon and the player-facing Genion, the Lottery has been able to scale their business through these expansions, and achieve their goals to the full benefit of their beneficiaries and the State of Wyoming. INTRALOT was honored to work with the Wyoming Lottery Director and his knowledgeable team for their successful ground-up launch of the Lottery.
Wyoming Lottery Director Jon Clontz said: “The Wyoming Lottery has had a terrific partnership with INTRALOT and this extension will allow the two entities to continue that partnership for the benefit of the cities, towns, municipalities and people of Wyoming whom we ultimately serve”.
The extended renewal provisions include player advertising displays for all Wyoming Lottery retailer locations, INTRALOT’s proprietary content management system and full operational support of the new content management system. High definition displays will keep Wyomingites informed and engaged with the valued Wyoming Lottery brand.
Mr. John Donahue, CEO of INTRALOT Inc., stated: “The Wyoming Lottery and INTRALOT have accomplished much together in the past three years that began with a successful state lottery launch, multiple successful game launches, and highly successful retail recruitment. This extension will be another step in continuing our mission in supporting the municipalities and people of Wyoming”.