IGT agrees to sell Italian B2C businesses for $1.1B

IGT HAS entered into an agreement to sell its Italian businesses that conduct its consumer gaming machine, sports betting, and digital gaming businesses for $1.1 billion. / PBN FILE PHOTO RUPERT WHITELEY
IGT HAS entered into an agreement to sell its segments that conduct its Italian consumer gaming machine, sports betting, and digital gaming businesses for $1.1 billion. / PBN FILE PHOTO RUPERT WHITELEY
PROVIDENCE – International Game Technology PLC has signed a definitive agreement to sell its businesses Lottomatica Videolot Rete S.p.A. and Lottomatica Scommesse S.r.l., the members of the IGT group which conduct its Italian business to consumer gaming machine, sports betting, and digital gaming businesses, IGT announced on Tuesday. Under the agreement, the purchaser, Gamenet Group…

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