International Game Technologies (IGT) has announced the renewal of its contract to provide the National Lottery’s main lottery system, which is a calculated move. This choice is in line with the continuing reform initiative launched by Allwyn, the organization that will over management of the National Lottery on February 1st, replacing Camelot, the lottery’s original operator from 1994 till now.
Allwyn’s National Lottery Takeover
Following Allwyn being awarded the fourth National Lottery license in September 2022, the transition marks a significant change in the landscape of the National Lottery. IGT’s commitment to continue providing the core lottery system underscores its role in supporting Allwyn’s comprehensive transformation agenda for the lottery.
Chief Operations Officer for Global Lottery at IGT Jay Gendron expressed his happiness with the contract renewal and expressed their want to work with Allwyn and other suppliers to keep the National Lottery running smoothly. Under Allwyn’s direction, IGT has demonstrated its commitment to making a positive impact on the changing lottery scene with this extension.
The National Lottery’s technology backbone will be seamlessly transferred to Allwyn as he gets ready to take over thanks to the agreement with IGT. By making this change, the lottery hopes to improve its capabilities and maintain its status as a lively and interesting platform for players.
The partnership between IGT and Allwyn becomes crucial in determining the future course of one of the most recognizable and famous gaming brands in the UK as the National Lottery goes through this change.
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