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Intralot Signs Fifth Amendment With Ohio State Lottery

By Daniel Allermand

Intralot has just signed their fifth amendment with the Ohio State Lottery, which ensures them the right to provide the state lottery with Multi-Purpose Next Generation (MPNG) self-service lottery machines. The state of the art self-service lottery machines comes with an incredible interactive player experience through EZPLAY Tap Games, an extension of the online version of the same games.

The MPNG vending machines are build directly from Intralot’s own facilities in Mason, Ohio and will be connected directly to Intralot’s B-on system, which is an interactive gaming platform. With these terminals, it will now be possible for the players to access all of the available games directly on the machine.

The machines will be available in Veterans and Fraternal organizations all over the state of Ohio and revenues created from the machines will ensure extra funding for education as well as for different charity organizations. Tom Little, CEO and President of Intralot said:

“the MPNG and the games will allow us to provide the Lottery with interactive game content that will provide an immediate solution to the current needs of the state and its veteran and fraternal organizations. Ohio will pave the way with these games to attract new players and help transition the Ohio Lottery into the top echelon of lotteries in the world. Not only will this project create new jobs in the state, it will also lead to significant additional revenue for education in the great state of Ohio.”

“Our fruitful and mutually beneficial partnership with the Ohio Lottery has led the lottery to its decision to assign us the project to deploy and introduce to the State our Next Generation MPNGs and innovative, TAPP IT!TM interactive touch screen games that offer to players a fun and exciting way to win prizes instantly. We are confident that our new offering, already successfully launched in Idaho, will be embraced by players in the State of Ohio and will increase the Ohio Lottery’s earnings, thus its contribution to Good Causes.” John Pantolean, Group Chief Operating Officer of Intralot added.

Daniel Allermand

Daniel Allermand is a freelance writer, with more than 4 years of experience in the industry as an operator, affiliate and poker player. Daniel has decided it was time to try and bring more coverage about the industry to the general public by writing articles about everything from poker to casino.