International Game Technology subsidiary IGT Canada Solutions has sealed a three-year extension to continue providing its video-lottery central system to Loto-Québec.
The contract extension runs until September 2, 2021, and sees IGT continuing to deliver its proprietary Intelligen system to the operator.
“Our Intelligen solution is used by Loto-Québec to monitor nearly 10,000 VLTs in the province, all of which are provided by IGT,” said Jay Gendron, IGT’s chief operating officer for lottery.
“The Intelligen central management system ensures the lottery has full control of the complexity, security, integrity, and advanced reporting of their VLT network to optimise operations and drive growth for their business.”
Under the terms of the agreement, IGT will provide support line services for the Intelligen system, advanced business intelligence, distributed game management and proactive diagnostic modules.
In addition, IGT also provides Loto-Québec with lottery ticket vending machines, VLTs, casino slots, interactive games and the Canadian Bingo and Poker Network.