With this new contract, Coljuegos will be able to increase the amount of revenue transferred to the Colombia health sector," said Juan B. Perez, Coljuegos President. "This new contract, and IGT's proven record of successfully operating Baloto in Colombia during the past 16 years, demonstrates the Company's expertise in privately managing all aspects of lottery operations for governments," said Declan Harkin, IGT Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, International. "With this contract, IGT reaffirms its commitment to ensuring Coljuegos generates funds for good causes, and maintaining a strong presence in the Latin America market."
"IGT's Gemini Touch machines will allow us to offer products to our players, with the added convenience of a cashless payment feature and a secure age verification tool to support responsible gaming," said Lynne Roiter, Loto-Québec's Acting President and Chief Executive Officer. "We've had a longstanding partnership with Loto-Québec and are excited to now introduce the Gemini Touch to the Canadian market," said Jay Gendron, IGT Senior Vice President, WLA North America Lottery. "The Gemini Touch machines incorporate the most advanced technology and superior user experience design to ensure optimal sales that will help the Lottery contribute maximum revenues to good causes."