Technology-driven provider of end-to-end iLottery and iGaming solutions, NeoGames, has signed an agreement with Scientific Games to deliver its premium NeoGames Studio content to the Pennsylvania Lottery.
The three-year deal will see NeoGames Studio’s portfolio of titles integrated onto the Scientific Games platform, providing the Pennsylvania Lottery’s customers with a wide range of award-winning eInstant games which will be rolled out across the coming year.
The new partnership further expands NeoGames’ support for lottery customers in North America, with a total of eight lotteries on the continent set to carry the supplier’s iLottery offering.
NeoGames Studio holds a 17-year track record of providing lotteries with a constant flow of premium eInstant games, having created over 250 games since its inception.
The studio has won numerous industry awards, with its most recent win taking place at the 2023 EGR North America Awards, where its innovative eInstant game, Desert Fantasy, won the award for Best New Game.
Drew Svitko, Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Lottery, says: “We are delighted to be able to add the successful and innovative NeoGames Studio portfolio to our iLottery online platform.
“We are always looking for innovative ways to enhance the digital games experience for our valued players and NeoGames Studio has a content portfolio that is packed with entertaining experiences.
“We believe that this deal will enhance the Lottery’s appeal to online players, while fulfilling the PA Lottery’s mission of boosting proceeds to programs that benefit older residents.”
Hili Shakked, Managing Director of NeoGames Studio, adds: “Through this partnership with Scientific Games and the Pennsylvania Lottery, we are able to bring our premium eInstant games to a large new market of players.
“This collaboration is a further illustration of our commitment to providing innovative, engaging games that meet the needs of lottery customers. We are confident that this long-term agreement will be a win-win for all stakeholders.”