PROVIDENCE – International Game Technology PLC announced it will upgrade the Oregon Lottery’s central computer system with the latest version of its INTELLIGEN software.
The INTELLIGEN central system securely monitors and supports more than 11,500 video lottery terminals in Oregon, according to IGT, which has offices in Providence. The game company has a long-standing partnership with the Oregon Lottery.
With the upgrade, Jay Gendron, IGT CEO, Lottery, said the Oregon Lottery will now be positioned for its future.
“The Oregon Lottery will gain access to industry-leading technology that can help drive revenue and position [it] to deploy future functionality,” Gendron said in a statement. “The Oregon Lottery has one of North America’s most successful VLT programs, and IGT has been providing it with innovative technology for more than three decades.”
The software supports the Gaming Standards Association’s Game to System standard protocol, enabling an enhanced player user interface, more responsible gaming features and additional player-centric functionality, according to IGT.
IGT also provides the Oregon Lottery with traditional lottery offerings and instant-ticket games and services.
Susan Shalhoub is a PBN contributing writer.
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