The North American subsidiary of Intralot has signed a contract for a Central Monitoring and Accounting System and related products and services with the Georgia Lottery Corporation.
Intralot will provide to the Georgia Lottery start-up services and operation of its iGEM Central Monitoring and Accounting System including the associated central site equipment, site controllers for the location venues, wide area communications that are needed to connect the site controllers to the central system, as well as reporting, training, staffing and other support services as required by the contract. The Georgia Lottery Corporation Board of Directors awarded the contract to Intralot at a special meeting on June 12, 2014.
The initial period of contract will commence on January 1, 2015 and run through December 31, 2022. The contract may be extended for three additional one-year extensions. In total, around 6,000 locations and over 26,000 amusement machines will be monitored through Intralot’s iGEM Central Monitoring System.
Debbie Alford, President and CEO of the Georgia Lottery Corporation, said: “We look forward to partnering with Intralot in implementing a communications network to provide for auditing, reporting and regulation of the COAM industry. The system will assist the Georgia Lottery Corporation in meeting the requirements for the administration and enforcement of laws related to coin operated amusement machines in Georgia.”
Tom Little, President and CEO of Intralot, added: “We are honoured by Georgia Lottery’s trust in Intralot and are very pleased to be the strategic partner that will assist the Georgia Lottery in implementing its strategy for monitoring and accounting for the coin operated amusement machines from the very beginning. We are extremely happy to have signed a contract with one of the most prominent lotteries in the US. ”
Intralot Group Chief Operating Officer, Ioannis Pantoleon stated: “We are really satisfied with Georgia Lottery decision to award us this new contract, our 15th contract in the US. I would like to congratulate and thank INTRALOT’s dedicated team in the US for this great success. I am confident that together with the Georgia Lottery we will successfully implement the project for the benefit of the State”.
Theodosis Engelis, Intralot Group Director of Gaming Solutions, added: “We are very pleased to have signed a contract with Georgia Lottery Corporation for the Central Monitoring and Accounting System. Our state-of-the-art iGEM System is a next generation integrated solution for large-scale networks. The full suite of the system has a number of modules enabling the provision of services like real time management and control of all amusement machines, while also providing Georgia Lottery the ability to deploy the latest available technology and efficiently manage their operations in a secure manner.”