NEW YORK, May 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Scientific Games Corporation (Nasdaq: SGMS) today announced that it has signed a Lottery Gaming Services contract with the Oklahoma Lottery. The new contract provides for lottery systems and services, including terminals and statewide communications, instant ticket printing, warehousing and distribution, technical and sales staff as well as additional lottery services. The contract, which was awarded through a competitive procurement process, begins August 9, 2013, has an initial term of one year and includes nine additional one-year contract extension options.
"The Oklahoma Lottery has been a valued customer since its launch in 2005, one of the fastest implementations ever in the industry, and we are pleased to continue our successful partnership," stated Pat McHugh, President of North American Lottery Systems for Scientific Games. "We are looking forward to collaborating with the Lottery to contribute more returns to education in the State."
"Scientific Games has been a great partner over the last eight years," said Rollo Redburn, Executive Director, Oklahoma Lottery Commission. "With their help, we can continue to focus on growing our revenues and driving efficiencies in order to provide more money for Oklahoma education."
In 2012, the Oklahoma Lottery generated $208 million in retail sales and returned $73 million to education in the State.
About Scientific Games
Scientific Games Corporation is a global leader in providing customized, end-to-end gaming solutions to lottery and gaming organizations worldwide. Scientific Games' integrated array of products and services includes instant lottery games, lottery gaming systems, terminals and services, and internet applications, as well as server-based interactive gaming terminals and associated gaming control systems. For more information, please visit our website at www.scientificgames.com.
Cindi Buckwalter, Investor Relations
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