The Lottomatica Group, the parent company of SPIELO International USA, SPIELO International Canada, and SPIELO International Austria, has filed for Interactive Gaming Service Provider licenses from the Nevada Gaming Control Board for all of its subsidiaries. Each subsidiary has been previously granted gaming licenses from the Nevada Gaming Commission.

Other subsidiaries of the Lottomatica Group from the GTECH G2 business unit, Boss Media and St. Minver, have also applied for Interactive Gaming Service Provider licenses from the Nevada Gaming Control Board.

SPIELO International and GTECH G2 together make up the new gaming division of the Lottomatica Group, one the world’s largest gaming entities. The division provides a full range of player-focused games, products and services across every gaming channel. The group anticipates that Nevada Interactive Gaming Service Provider licenses will enable both existing and future customers to benefit from its trusted and proven high performance iGaming offerings.

“Applying for these licenses in Nevada is an important step in our iGaming strategy for the United States,” said Walter Bugno, president and CEO, SPIELO International. “SPIELO International and GTECH G2 are names that are trusted in regulated markets around the world. We have an established track record as providers of end-to-end gaming products to more than 1,500 customers on five continents.”