The agreement includes the delivery of 550 Photon gaming terminals, printers and display units including the embedded operating system software and peripheral drivers, plus an optional delivery of an additional 100 Photon gaming terminals over the contract duration.
Photon is the industry’s leading lottery terminal and the first full-size retailer terminal to successfully utilize image scanning technology for reading playslips and barcodes of any kind. The total absence of moving parts together with Intralot’s patented ICON Digital Imaging technology takes efficiency, reliability, speed and ease-of-use to a whole new level, as attested by retailers all over the world. Photon is a high-performance and cost-effective solution for any Lottery that requires secure and flexible lottery terminals complying with the most stringent quality standards.
LOTTO Hamburg is the state licensed lottery of the City of Hamburg and offers state licensed games such as LOTTO 6aus49, GlücksSpirale, KENO, EuroJackpot and the legal sports betting games ODDSET and Toto for over 60 years.
Michael Heinrich, Managing Director of LOTTO Hamburg, stated: “Our points of sale are of prime importance for the success of our gaming business and the replacement of the gaming terminals is part of our plan to grow and modernize our retail network. Intralot’s solution was determined as industry leading and the best fit for LOTTO Hamburg needs. We are excited to announce the contract award to Intralot, so congratulations to all involved.”
Intralot’s Group Chief Commercial Officer, Nikos Nikolakopoulos, commented: “We are honoured by LOTTO Hamburg’s continued trust and their decision to select Intralot as the technology provider of their new and upgraded gaming terminals. Their selection ratifies our excellent partnership and proves that we have met LOTTO Hamburg’s Strategic and Operational objectives. The Lottery’s retailers and players will enjoy the convenience offered by the best and most reliable gaming terminals in the world and we are looking forward to our next decade of collaboration.”