iSMIB is a logic unit that handles the interfacing of the EGMs to the iGEM System, INTRALOT’s state of the art multi-venue, multi-protocol EGM monitoring and control system. The board is securely installed inside every EGM, connects to the iGEM Site Controller and undertakes the translation of any EGM native communication protocol, to the iGEM G2S internal protocol.
Scientific Games signs lottery system and central monitoring system extension with Delaware State Lottery
Scientific Games Corporation (Nasdaq: SGMS) (the "Company") today announced that it has signed a three-year extension to its contract with the Delaware State Lottery to supply both lottery and central monitoring systems. The extension, which will continue to provide for a range of services and support for draw-based lottery, keno, video lottery games and instant game pass-through transactions, will begin in February 2015. The extension also calls for the installation of a minimum of 450 WMS multi-game video lottery terminals (VLTs) at charitable gaming organizations in Delaware. The VLTs will be monitored and controlled by the Company's AEGIS® central management system, one of the most flexible, open technology systems in the lottery industry.
Pollard Banknote announced purchase of new 22-station press – the most advanced instant ticket printing press in the industry
The new press will be housed in Pollard Banknote's 90,000-square-foot production facility located in Ypsilanti, Michigan, allowing the company to continue providing unprecedented service to its customers in the United States. In conjunction with the commissioning of the new Tresu press in Ypsilanti, Pollard Banknote will be moving its existing production presses from Ypsilanti to its manufacturing facility in Winnipeg, Manitoba, thereby utilizing the company's proven manufacturing capabilities to support its expanding Canadian and international lottery customers. This capacity expansion will allow Pollard Banknote to transition to a more efficient, lower cost production platform overall.
Commenting on the results, Mr. Konstantinos Farris, INTRALOT Group Chief Technology Officer, stated: “Since its outset, INTRALOT has developed a customer-oriented philosophy with focus on adopting holistic solutions that secure the efficiency of its operations and the integrity of its systems for the benefit of our clients. Particularly for OPAP, this prestigious and globally acknowledged assurance report is an excellent example of the implementation of INTRALOT’s strategic decision to provide tailored state of the art solutions to address customized needs. "
Gaming Laboratories International (GLI®), the world's leading gaming testing laboratory and technical consultancy, has received a patent for its award-winning GLI Link® technology.
Scientific Games promotes Scott Schweinfurth to Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Scientific Games Corporation (Nasdaq: SGMS) ("Scientific Games" or the "Company"), a leading diversified supplier of innovative content and technology to the gaming and lottery industries, announced today that Scott D. Schweinfurth has been promoted to Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Company. He replaces Jeffrey S. Lipkin, who will help facilitate a seamless transition. Mr. Schweinfurth will continue to be based in the Chicago area.
Starting March 31st, Idaho Lottery players will be able to go to a place where everybody knows their game and enjoy playing the lottery with their favorite characters from the hit TV show, Cheers™. Thanks to collaboration between the Idaho Lottery, Alchemy3, and INTRALOT, Inc., a subsidiary of the INTRALOT group, the Cheers™ branded TAPP IT!™ interactive touch screen game offers players a fun and exciting way to win prizes instantly. This is the first time a brand has been applied to the TAPP IT!™ technology.
March 31, 2014 – The second anniversary of the Illinois Lottery selling tickets via the Internet recently passed, with online sales safeguards working as designed, Lottery officials announced today. Under legislation passed by the General Assembly, Illinois became the first state in the country to sell lottery tickets via the Internet on March 25, 2012 – offering two games initially under the pilot program: Mega Millions and Lotto.
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