he contract also provides for two one-year extension options, and is the result of a competitive procurement. Gtech’s instant-ticket printing subsidiary, Creative Games International (CGI), will manufacture the tickets at its printing facility in Plant City, Florida.
"This award demonstrates the Connecticut Lottery’s confidence in the quality of our products and creative execution, and comes on the heels of our recently-announced instants contract in Rhode Island," said Ross Dalton, Gtech Senior Vice President of Printed Products and Licensed Content. "CGI has had a very positive relationship with the Connecticut Lottery over the past 12 years, and we look forward to enhancing their instant-ticket program with creative new content over the next three years."
Gtech subsidiary CGI has been providing instant-ticket printing services to the Connecticut Lottery since 1995. With respect to its contract with the Connecticut Lottery, Gtech expects to receive revenues of approximately us$ 5 million to us$ 7.5 million over the three-year contract term.