Norwegian Lottery Deal with Scientific Games

norwayGaming solutions provider Scientific Games has struck a deal to provide instant games and related marketing services to Norsk Tipping, the National Lottery of Norway.

The three-year deal began in January of this year and will run until 2017, with the option for Norsk Tipping to extend for an additional term.

Scientific Games has been supplying Norsk Tipping with gaming system and retail technology for some time, with the new agreement set to build on this existing partnership.

“We are very excited about the opportunity to begin implementing the forward-looking instant product management strategy presented to us by Scientific Games,” Norsk Tipping chief executive officer Torbjorn Almlid said.

“Our focus will be assessing how we can expand our instant game portfolio and segment our retailer network as a means of growing the instant product category.

“All of these efforts will be complimented by the installation of a new instant game engine from Scientific Games.”

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