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September 25, 2020

All Altura terminals are expected to be in place by August 2008

Gtech and Danish lottery sign deal

(US).-Gtech Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Lottomatica, announced that it has signed an agreement to provide 3,900 Altura terminals to Danske Spil, the operator of the National Lottery in Denmark, following a competitive procurement.

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anske Spil has also extended Gtech’s software license and technical services agreement for an additional three years, expiring on August 31, 2010.

"Danske Spil is a technological leader in the lottery industry. Their selection of our products is a significant industry benchmark for others to follow," said W. Bruce Turner, CEO of Gtech and Lottomatica.

"We look forward to expanding our relationship with Danske Spil with the rollout of our Altura product, which offers open architecture compatibility and Internet connectivity allowing the easy adoption of new technology for Danske Spil in the future."

Under the terms of the product sale agreement, Gtech will replace Danske Spil’s existing lottery terminal base with Gtech’s Altura terminal. All 3,900 Altura terminals are expected to be in place by August 2008. In addition, the firm will continue to provide software support and maintenance for Danske Spil’s online lottery system for the three-year period ending August 31, 2010.

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