The Georgia Lottery has signed a deal with NeoPollard Interactive (NPi) to strengthen and expand its game portfolio.
NPi already powers more ilottery programmes in the US market than any other ilottery supplier, but the firm has now added the Georgia Lottery to its list of partners.
The NeoGames and Pollard Banknote subsidiary will deliver its game content to the Georgia Lottery through an integration of its remote gaming server.
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to partner with the Georgia Lottery to expand its game portfolio offering,” said Doug Pollard, Co-CEO, NeoPollard Interactive.
“NPi’s exciting and engaging game content will help the lottery appeal to a wider demographic of players by offering more options to play online and more reasons to keep coming back.
“We are confident that our games will resonate with players in Georgia and support the lottery in generating revenue to fund essential education programmes in Georgia.”
NPi’s content is currently live in Michigan, Virginia, New Hampshire and Alberta, with the firm congratulating the New Hampshire Lottery last month for its FY2022 results.
“With the introduction of content from our high-performing and robust NeoGames Studio, we are proud to strengthen the Georgia Lottery’s existing Diggi Games experience by diversifying the lottery’s portfolio,” said Moti Malul, Co-CEO, NeoPollard Interactive.
“Our NeoGames Studio consistently delivers top performing game titles in the North American market, and we are excited by the opportunity to partner with one of the longest operating ilottery programmes in the United States.”