Wyoming Lottery ‘honoured’ by five-year Intralot extension

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The Wyoming Lottery has signed a five-year extension with Intralot Inc, the US subsidiary of lottery operator Intralot.

Under the provisions of the agreement, Intralot Inc will continue to provide its lottery operating system and services to the Wyoming Lottery until August 2029.

Since the launch of WyoLotto in 2014, Intralot Inc and the Wyoming Lottery Corporation have retained a close relationship. Intralot Inc continues to assist with the expansion of the lottery’s game portfolio and, in March 2021, added its most recent draw game, 2by2.

Jon Clontz, CEO of Wyoming Lottery Corporation, commented: “We take our responsibilities seriously at the Wyoming Lottery Corporation. Our selection of a gaming vendor is of extreme importance and is at the very core of our operations.

“We are honoured to extend our relationship with Intralot, and continue to rely on our mutually beneficial, trusting, and high-performing partnership.”

Intralot has also announced that, due to its long-standing partnership, Wyoming Lottery Corporation has transferred over $25m to the State of Wyoming in just five years.

“We are grateful to the Wyoming Lottery for their trust and long-standing partnership, and we look forward to continuing to create value and drive their growth through our state-of-the-art technology and advanced quality of services,” added Byron Boothe, CEO of Intralot.

“We look forward to our continued partnership and assisting in generating revenue for the great state of Wyoming.”