IGT Signs Four-Year Contract Extension with Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission to Continue Providing INTELLIGEN™ VLT Solution
LONDON, U.K. – August 31, 2017 – IGT announced that its subsidiary, IGT Canada Solutions ULC, has signed a four-year contract extension to continue providing the Company’s INTELLIGEN™ video lottery terminal (VLT) central system to the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission (AGLC) in Canada. The contract extension runs through July 6, 2021. A central systems customer since 2003, AGLC monitors up to 6,000 VLTs in the province, of which more than 4,800 are provided by IGT.
“The INTELLIGEN VLT system provides the integrity, security, ease of management, and advanced reporting that the AGLC has come to expect of IGT’s solutions,” said Jay Gendron, IGT Senior Vice President, WLA North America Lottery. “INTELLIGEN was developed to respond to the unique needs of distributed VLT customers, and with its open-standard interfaces, it will enable the AGLC to continue managing its gaming program efficiently and effectively now, and in future years.”
INTELLIGEN offers stable, secure command and control capabilities uniquely tailored to operators of distributed and venue VLT environments, based on more than 20 years of proven central system experience. It interoperates with a wide range of VLTs using multiple protocols, including the Game to System® (G2S®) open standard protocol.
The AGLC conducts and manages all gaming in the Canadian Province of Alberta, including lotteries, VLTs, casino gaming terminals, and racing entertainment centers. Revenue received from gaming activities is returned to Albertans through licensed charities.