Scientific Games inks two instant ticket contracts
Scientific Games has entered into a contract to be the exclusive supplier of Scratch'N Win ticket games and related services for the Canada-based Atlantic Lottery, subject to certain exceptions. The company was selected following a competitive procurement process.
The seven year contract, which began this month, includes an option for the Lottery to extend the contract for an additional threeâyear period. Revenue to Scientific Games will continue to be based on a priceâperâthousand tickets basis.
"Atlantic Lottery is committed to delivering socially responsible, relevant and entertaining games to our players," said JeanâMarc Landry, senior category manager with Atlantic Lottery. "We have a more than 35âyear history with Scientific Games and know that they are capable of delivering the quality products that both we, and our players, expect."
In fiscal year 2011/12, Atlantic Lottery generated nearly $627 million in sales of ticket lottery products, including a record breaking $186 million from its Scratch'N Win ticket business.
Meanwhile, Scientific Games recently signed an agreement to supply instant ticket games and related services to the Texas Lottery Commission. The company was selected following a competitive procurement process.
The sixâyear contract, which begins next month, includes options for the Lottery to extend the contract for two additional threeâyear periods.
Revenue to Scientific Games will continue to be based on a priceâperâthousand tickets basis.
"Scientific Games has been a reliable and consistent supplier with whom we've produced entertaining and creative games," said Gary Grief, executive director of the Texas Lottery Commission. "We are pleased we can continue this relationship with Scientific Games in the hopes of returning more revenue to the state of Texas."
In fiscal year 2011, the Texas Lottery generated lottery revenues of $3.8 billion, of which $2.8 billion was derived from instant ticket game sales, and over $1.0 billion was contributed to support public education in Texas.