IGT has inked a deal to continue the provision of more than 3,500 Video Lottery Terminals (VLTs) to the state of Delaware.
Jim Loque, Delaware State Lottery Deputy Director, said: “The great content and highly recognisable titles create a fun, exciting play experience for our players. The collaboration and reliability that we have experienced during our partnership with IGT was the driving factor in the State of Delaware’s recommitment to the company for the next half decade.”
This newly minted contract includes terms of five years, with provisions in place that allow for an extension of terms for up to 11 years.
“As we continue our leadership in creating the industry’s most fun and exciting VLT games, it is with great pride that we continue to grow our great relationship with the State of Delaware,” said Tim Shortall, IGT Vice President of North America Sales, Eastern Sales. “The extension of our agreement recognizes that IGT is the trusted brand behind the games that players demand.”
A sampling of the titles available to the Delaware lottery will be player favourites such as Stinkin’ Rich, White Orchid and Siberian Storm.