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Scientific Games Wins VLT Contract for Norway

Scientific Games Wins VLT Contract for Norway

Scientific Games Corp., through its subsidiary Global Draw Ltd., announced last month that it has secured a landmark agreement with Norwegian lottery agency Norsk Tipping to supply video lottery terminals across multiple locations throughout Norway.

Norsk Tipping, owned by the Norwegian Ministry of Culture, is the only VLT operator in Norway. Starting in late 2020, SG will supply 3,000 to 4,500 VLTs in approximately 1,000 venues, including convenience stores, bingo venues and other arenas across the country.

The design provides a one-stop gaming solution to meet the unique needs of the Norwegian market. Modular in design, each VLT model ensures a consistent player experience that is customizable to suit the needs of each individual venue.

This deal also makes Norsk Tipping the first European customer of Scientific Games to secure partnerships with the company for lottery, gaming and digital services. Scientific Games also provides iGaming, instant games, instant lottery games, lottery gaming systems and retail technology to its longtime partner.

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