IGT Signs Contract with Mexican National LotteryBy Emilio Aristegui | Wed, 03/09/2022 - 12:55
The Mexican National Lottery (LOTENAL) continues its efforts to ensure the highest possible quality by officially signing a contract with International Game Technology (IGT).
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LOTENAL continues to modernize its operations by introducing new innovative solutions for its customers. "LOTENAL has been evolving over the last few years, and this new contract with IGT ensures that we continue providing our players with the highest-quality and most engaging products. We trust that IGT's industry leadership along with its top-performing technology will serve us well in the coming years," said Mario Caballero Luna, Coordinator of Advisors, LOTENAL. IGT's full spectrum of services to LOTENAL includes lottery game transactions, instant ticket distribution across 8,400 terminals nationwide and the continuous development of new B2B retail channels.
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