International Game Technology (IGT) has signed a three-year extension to its partnership with the Minnesota State Lottery.
Brokered by its IGT Global Solutions Corporation subsidiary, the agreement will extend the partnership to November 2026.
IGT will now install and maintain 100 GameTouch 20 self-service lottery vending machines at big box retailer locations throughout Minnesota.
The deal also covers IGT providing the Lottery with lottery central systems, instant ticket processing system, data center operations, call center, field services, retailer training and marketing services.
“IGT is helping the Minnesota State Lottery increase our sales footprint and attract new players through the addition of the innovative GameTouch 20s,” Minnesota State Lottery executive director Adam Prock said.
“Generating more funds for the State and our important beneficiaries is our goal, and introducing modern lottery conveniences like IGT’s new self-service vending machines will help us to deliver on our mission and better serve our retail partners and players alike.”
IGT’s chief operating officer for lottery, Jay Gendron, added: “We are committed to the Minnesota State Lottery’s long-term growth strategy and believe the addition of the GameTouch 20s will complement the Lottery’s well-established operation and provide further convenience to players and retailers.”
IGT has been working with the Minnesota State Lottery since 2003.
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