Scientific Games Upgrades Delaware Lottery to AEGIS-Video(TM)

New VLT Control System Will Add $3.8 Million to Contract

Nov 21, 2005, 00:00 ET from Scientific Games

    NEW YORK, Nov. 21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Scientific Games
 (Nasdaq:   SGMS) will upgrade the Delaware Lottery's lottery control and
 monitoring system to the new AEGIS-Video(TM) system with the industry standard
 and most widely used communication protocol SAS 6.01 under terms of a contract
 announced today. The AEGIS-Video(TM) system supports the configuration,
 operation, monitoring and accounting for Video Lottery Terminals (VLTs) and
 slot machines.
     Set for implementation in early 2006, the new AEGIS-Video(TM) system is
 valued at $3.8 million over the remainder of the contract, bringing the total
 value of the contract to $18 million. It will run for 45 months, starting
 May 1, 2006, with five single-year extension options that could extend it into
 early 2015.
     "With more than 6,500 VLTs at Dover Downs, Delaware Park and the
 Harrington Raceway, we have been responsible for monitoring and controlling
 some of the most successful racinos in the country," said Wayne Lemons,
 Director of the Delaware Lottery. "We've been happy with the performance of
 our existing Scientific Games system and with the enhancements in
 AEGIS-Video(TM). The system will easily manage our existing slots and
 accommodate the addition of new SAS gaming machines that we expect to bring
 online next year."
     "The Delaware Lottery has long relied on system technology from Scientific
 Games. We are excited about upgrading their control and monitor system to our
 latest open architectured system that will provide them the most flexible and
 robust tools available," said Brennen Lawrence, Vice President and General
 Manager of Video Gaming Systems of Scientific Games. "AEGIS-Video(TM) is
 implemented using industry standard technologies, the same technologies that
 Scientific Games used in the AEGIS On-line Lottery System.
     "The Delaware Lottery has one of the most efficient VLT operations in the
 United States and we're pleased that they are confident AEGIS-Video offers the
 solutions for their continued growth. AEGIS-Video(TM) provides a comprehensive
 set of gaming functionality that includes a complete suite of security
 mechanisms to ensure the integrity of the Delaware Video Lottery program."
     Scientific Games has been the solution provider to the Delaware Lottery
 since 1995. In the decade since it was launched, Delaware Video Lottery has
 contributed more than $1 billion to the state's General Fund.
     About Scientific Games
     Scientific Games Corporation is the leading integrated supplier of instant
 tickets, systems and services to lotteries, and the leading supplier of
 wagering systems and services to pari-mutuel operators.  It is also a licensed
 pari-mutuel gaming operator in Connecticut and the Netherlands and is a
 leading supplier of prepaid phone cards to telephone companies.  Scientific
 Games' customers are in the United States and more than 60 other countries.
 For more information about Scientific Games, please visit our web site at
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