Next week is going to be a special one when it comes to lottery offerings across North America, as it would see the official launch of the North American Association of State and Provincial Lotteries Annual Conference. International Game Technology is preparing for its presentation that would reveal more about its plans across the US and Canada. The global gaming giant is also ready to highlight everything new it is about to introduce to the field.
Every fall is a special time for lottery corporations across North America, as they have the chance to unite and meet likeminded people of the industry. All five of the Canadian lottery corporations are associates. September is the month that sees the four days of conference overseen by the North American Association of State and Provincial Lotteries. This year would also see a congregation of North America’s leading lottery corporations part of the association.
IGT Presents Signature Offerings
September 17 is scheduled to see the official start of the conference that would make Little Rock, Arkansas the lottery hotspot of North America. Lottery corporations from across the United States and Canada are preparing to make their way there and meet providers from across the world.
International Game Technologies is only one of them, already preparing for several days of conference. Player-Driven Performance is about to set the tone for IGT this year, as this is the direction in which has been developing over the past months. Innovation and finding new and improved ways to its lottery operation has been essential for the company and this would be reflected at this year’s annual conference performance.
When working with lottery organizations across the US and Canada, the provider focuses on involved players attracted by the diverse gaming opportunities. This, in turn, is what propels sales growth in a steady manner that could be defined as a sustainable one. Some of the signature offerings that would be available next week include various promotions, enhancements, and expansions.
Lottery Corporations Share Crucial Intel
GameTouch™ 20 and GameTouch™ Draw vending machines have already taken the North America field by storm, most recently introduced in Minnesota. Mid-August Minnesota State Lottery inked a contract extension with International Game Technology, resulting in the introduction of a total of 100 GameTouch 20 vending machines across the state. The US field has also witnessed IGT’s premium sports wagering offerings.
The IGT PlaySports platform for lotteries is about to be presented at the annual conference, highlighting its strong features and everything it has accomplished as of now. Rhode Island has implemented it successfully and the results are evident. Leading individuals part of the IGT structure are scheduled to share their opinions and insights into the lottery field during the conference.
Jay Gendron, IGT Chief Operating Officer Lottery, will be part of the Associate Member Level I presentations on September 18, focusing on the upcoming decade of lottery operation in North America and everything that it could offer as a challenge. Sarah Simpkins, IGT Senior Director Draw Based Games Portfolio Strategy will be part of the Game Changers: A Panel Discussion on Winning Launches also taking place on Wednesday.