Signs Contract with the Florida Lottery to Provide Wide Array of New Lottery
Solutions and Ongoing Services for 13 Years, Through 2031
LONDON, U.K. (September 8, 2016)
International Game Technology PLC (NYSE:IGT) announced that its
subsidiary, IGT Global Solutions Corporation (with International Game
Technology PLC, hereinafter
IGT), has signed a contract with the Florida Lottery to provide a
wide array of lottery solutions and services, following a competitive
procurement. The contract is for an initial 10-year period, and upon the
execution of the contract, the Florida Lottery simultaneously exercised the
first of its three available three year renewal options. As a result, IGT will
be providing production operations to the
Florida Lottery for an initial
Since 2005, the Florida
Lottery and IGT have worked together to implement solutions and initiatives
that have been key to the Lotterys growth, said Jay Gendron, IGT
Senior Vice President, North America Lottery. The Lotterys close
attention to the needs of players and retailers has been instrumental in making
it among the worlds most successful and respected lotteries and
serves as a model for driving lottery growth through effective branding and
innovation. Working together, our aligned organizations can build on this
success even further for the benefit of Floridas education
Under the terms of the contract, IGT
will provide the Florida Lottery with a set of solutions that has been
developed, in large part, based on lottery-customer and retailer insights.
IGTs Aurora solution is
highly-secure, robust, and flexible to meet the Florida Lotterys evolving
The Florida Lotterys existing
retailer terminal base will be replaced with IGTs new
Altura Flex retailer terminal,
providing a state-of-the-art platform for retailers to efficiently interact
with and service players, leveraging a modular, open architecture and retailer
IGTs Aurora MultiMedia
in-store signage allows for the transmission and management of Florida Lottery
information, advertisements, and promotions directly to players at the
The Florida Lottery will also
receive IGTs Gemini self-service lottery vending machine, which
offers instant and draw-based games with an integrated Aurora MultiMedia
Additionally, Ticket-Scan Plus
self-service ticket checkers will be provided to Florida Lottery retailers,
allowing players to easily and securely check the win status of their own
instant and draw-based tickets.
The Florida Lotterys existing
communications network will be upgraded utilizing a combination of next
generation VSAT technology combined with the IGT-patented Dual Comm Inside
solution, which offers the highest network availability in the lottery
IGT will continue to provide ongoing
services to the Florida Lottery, including system design, delivery, and ongoing
support operations; terminal installation and maintenance; retailer training;
hotline management; and telecommunications network management and
The Florida Lottery generated record
sales of approximately $6.06 billion in its fiscal year 2015-16, representing
its fifth consecutive record-breaking sales year. The Lotterys total
contribution to education since its start-up is more than $30 billion.
IGT (NYSE:IGT) is the global leader
in gaming. We enable players to experience their favorite games across all
channels and regulated segments, from Gaming Machines and Lotteries to
Interactive and Social Gaming. Leveraging a wealth of premium content,
substantial investment in innovation, in-depth customer intelligence,
operational expertise and leading-edge technology, our gaming solutions
anticipate the demands of consumers wherever they decide to play. We have a
well-established local presence and relationships with governments and
regulators in more than 100 countries around the world, and create value by
adhering to the highest standards of service, integrity, and responsibility.
IGT has over 12,000 employees. For more information, please visit:
CONTACT: Robert K. Vincent,
Corporate Communications, toll free in U.S./Canada (844) IGT-7452; outside
U.S./Canada (401) 392-7452.
James Hurley, Investor Relations,
(401) 392-7190 or Simone Cantagallo, (+39) 06 51899030; for Italian media
NZ Earns World Class Security Standard Certifications
SOURCE: Press Release - New Zealand
Government, Hon Peter Dunne, Minister of Internal Affairs.
NEW ZEALAND (September 2016) --
Internal Affairs Minister Peter Dunne today congratulated Lotto New Zealand on
obtaining two sought-after international security certifications.
Lotto players can trust
that Lotto NZs systems and processes are designed to protect the
integrity of its games and the personal information of its players,
said Mr Dunne.
Lotto NZ has been officially
informed that it has obtained the International Organisation for
Standardisations Information Security Management System Standard (ISO
27001:2013) and the World Lottery Associations Security Control Standard
(WLA SCS: 2012).
Lotto NZs success has
been built on the integrity of its games and the transparency of its
New Zealand can be proud
that its national lottery has security management practices in place that
demonstrate international best practice.
Lotto NZ is one of just
four organisations in New Zealand to obtain the ISO Information Security
Management System Standard, which outlines a set of policies, processes, and
systems to manage security risk, said Mr Dunne.
In order to obtain certification,
Lotto NZ adhered to a robust year-long process that included two separate
independent audits ensuring that Lotto NZ satisfied 114 separate ISO security
control requirements and 111 lottery-specific WLA controls.
Lotto NZ exists to provide safe
gaming that allows New Zealanders to play and win while contributing money back
to New Zealand communities.
In the most recent financial year,
Lotto players generated over $200 million in community funding to support over
3,000 groups promoting sport, art, culture, heritage, recreation and health
research across New Zealand.
Attaining the security standards
supports Lotto NZs vision to be a world leading lottery for the maximum
benefit of New Zealand communities, which was also bolstered earlier this year
by attaining the highest level of responsible gaming certification by the
- The World Lottery Association (WLA) is an
exclusive, member-based organisation that sets the international benchmark for
- WLA has over 300 members and associate members from
over 90 countries.
- Only 63 lotteries have obtained WLA:SLS 2012
SOURCE: Press Release - New Zealand
Government, Hon Peter Dunne, Minister of Internal Affairs.
Systems Go: Arizona Lottery's Advanced, New Integrated Gaming System from
Scientific Games is Live
LAS VEGAS and ATLANTA (September 9,
2016) -- Scientific Games Corporation (NASDAQ: SGMS) ("Scientific Games" or the
"Company") today announced the successful launch of its latest generation
lottery gaming system for the Arizona Lottery ("the Lottery"). The system is
now "live" with the retail terminals across the state, increasing the momentum
behind the Lottery's strategic plan to grow sales and financial returns to
Designed and installed by Scientific
Games, this new and advanced gaming system brings significant improvements to
the consumer experience at retail, advanced promotional and content delivery
capabilities, as well as enhancements to data security and communications
between the Lottery and its retailers.
"We could not be more excited
about the success of our gaming systems conversion. The collaboration between
our team and Scientific Games has been unprecedented throughout this nine-month
project," said Gregg Edgar, Executive Director of the Arizona Lottery.
"Retailers are very pleased with the new point-of-sale equipment and this
new system will help the Arizona Lottery move forward in our goals to
significantly grow retail sales and increase contributions to our state
In July 2015, the Arizona Lottery
awarded Scientific Games a new contract for its gaming system, with its
Evaluation Committee Report noting: "SGI is an industry leader in innovation
and offers the best opportunity to grow lottery sales in this ever-changing
environment as we move into the future."
The new contract provides an
integrated lottery gaming system, facilities management services for the
Lottery's central computer systems, software, data center operations, a
retailer telecommunications network, retail point-of-sale and peripherals,
in-store digital advertising content system, mobile programs, retailer website,
as well as marketing and promotional services. The contract remains in effect
for five years beginning August 28, 2016. The contract may be extended for up
to an additional five years.
Pat McHugh, Senior Vice President,
Global Lottery Systems for Scientific Games, said, "We are very pleased to
see so much excitement surrounding this conversion. Scientific Games aligned
with the Lottery's strategic goals and our teams have worked well together
every step of the way. We've implemented the Company's most advanced, open
architecture AEGIS system here in Arizona. It is a next generation system
that will serve and support the Lottery's growth plans today and in the
"Our WAVE and Flair
point-of-sale terminals and Lottery InMotion digital advertising system
have been a hit with retailers and players. We congratulate the Arizona Lottery
on their foresight and express our sincere gratitude for trusting Scientific
Games with this technology implementation. We look forward to leveraging the
capabilities of the new system, products and services to increase funding for
the Lottery's beneficiaries."
Scientific Games has provided
instant games to the Arizona Lottery since its inception in 1981. Today, with
operations on six continents, the Company provides lottery games, services,
systems and retail technology to more than 150 lotteries globally, including
nearly every North American lottery.
About Scientific Games
Scientific Games Corporation
(NASDAQ:SGMS) is a leading developer of technology-based products and services
and associated content for worldwide gaming, lottery and interactive markets.
The Company's portfolio includes gaming machines, game content and systems;
table games products and shufflers; instant and draw-based lottery games;
server-based lottery and gaming systems; sports betting technology; loyalty and
rewards programs; and interactive content and services. For more information,
please visit ScientificGames.com.
VP Investor Relations
SOURCE: Scientific Games
Lottery Conversion: Realizing Best in Class from Major Industry
Article by: Gregg Edgar,
ARIZONA (September 2016)
On my first day as the Executive
Director of the Arizona Lottery this past March, I learned our agency would
undergo a full system conversion in August. Facing such a large
undertaking in my first five months, I will admit I was a little apprehensive
about what I had stepped into. Luckily, Arizona Lottery had the right team in
place to successfully accomplish this immense task.
Over the course of the past year,
the Arizona Lottery conversion team has worked closely with Scientific Games
and IGT to develop a seamless exchange of retail terminal technology
capabilities. While many state lotteries have gone through this
technology transfer challenge, the unique aspect of Arizonas conversion
is that both companies remained in our market, managing the heart of our
business operations with redefined roles: IGT remains as our system of
record for instant games, while Scientific Games has taken over our draw game
Edgar, Executive Director, Arizona Lottery
The marriage of the two systems
creates the need for a unique information pass-through capability from
Scientific Games Wave and Flair terminals to IGTs backend instant
system in order to manage and validate instant tickets. When our IGT
Gemini Ultra vending machines begin rolling into market in January, this
pass-through capability will allow IGT to sell and validate draw game tickets
through Scientific Games system. Its a unique configuration that
maps to our business environment.
Our migration to the new retailer
terminals was a huge success. Since our August 28 go live on Scientific
Games draw game system, our draw game functionality has delivered
extremely well with customers and retail partners enjoying the benefits of the
new technology. The overall speed of service and ease of use for draw
games has improved tremendously.
Any project of this magnitude has
challenges. On the instant game side we have had our share of problems with the
pass-through. All three entities have worked brilliantly together to respond to
the issue. IGT has developed a fix within their system that we are hopeful will
remedy this problem moving forward.
Since the beginning of the fiscal
year, our draw game sales have increased more than 38 percent. During the
first week of conversion, our draw game sales were 6 percent higher when
compared to the same week last year. With the launch of our September instant
games, we are seeing more than an 8 percent increase in orders from the prior
year that same week. I am proud of this sales performance and it sets the
course for Arizona Lottery growing net revenues for our important beneficiary
Just two weeks into our conversion,
I am happy to say that for the vast majority of our retail partners and
customers alike, the transfer has gone exceedingly well and been transparent.
As we progress into the next phase and continue to realize the benefits of the
new system, the Arizona Lottery will develop a post-conversion report to
communicate with the industry in the spirit of shared knowledge. Our vision is
to document what we have learned for the benefit of other lotteries that may be
undergoing a technology conversion in the near future. Together as an industry,
we will learn and grow.
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Pollard Banknote Predicts a Rise in Fortunes for Lotteries
Worldwide with Exclusive Rights to Zoltar® License
WINNIPEG, Manitoba (September 8,
2016) Pollard Banknote Limited (TSX: PBL) (Pollard
Banknote), a leading lottery partner that provides instant tickets,
interactive solutions, and marketing support, is excited to announce the
addition of Zoltar® -- the iconic fortune-telling arcade game -- to its
expanding portfolio of licensed brands. The company has signed an exclusive
agreement with Characters Unlimited Inc., enabling it to offer Zoltar® to
its lottery clients.
The deal was brokered by Characters
Unlimited, Inc. licensing agency, Firefly Brand Management.
Zoltar® is the classic
animatronic fortune-teller machine found in arcades, amusement parks and
tourist areas around the world. The automated wise gypsy machine
prints and reads a card bearing a prediction of the players future or
fortune and has been predicting the future for decades.
Since its initial spotlight in the
movie Big, Zoltar® has remained relevant with appearances in many prominent
television placements including Limitless and Family Guy, Big Brother UK and a
recent Sprint commercial.
The mysterious and serious
Zoltar® has also become more social lately -- when people get their
fortunes told, they take a picture with Zoltar® and share with friends on
social networks like Facebook and Instagram.
Pollard Banknote is very
excited to be able to offer the Zoltar® brand to our lottery
clients, explained Sina Aiello, Pollard Banknotes Vice
President, Marketing. The themes of luck and fortune that are
intrinsic to lotteries have a natural connection to the fortune-telling aspect
of the Zoltar® brand. A Zoltar® instant game will attract a wide player
base, and we are confident that lottery clients will have much luck and good
fortune launching Zoltar® branded games.
Pollard Banknotes Licensed
Products team offers a full turnkey program that includes the design,
programming and printing of themed tickets, as well as various options such as
second chance draws, a POS program, and broadcast and digital marketing.
About Characters Unlimited
Since 1987, Characters Unlimited has
specialized in creating affordable, life-sized, animated and talking
characters. Pollard Banknotes agreement with Characters Unlimited Inc.
was brokered by Firefly Brand Management, a global business development company
specializing in intellectual properties for entertainment and consumer product
About Pollard Banknote
Pollard Banknote is a leading
lottery partner to more than 60 lotteries worldwide, providing high quality
instant ticket products, licensed games, and strategic marketing and management
services for both traditional instant games and the emerging iLottery space of
web, mobile, and social channels.
The company is a proven innovator
and has decades of experience helping lotteries to maximize player engagement,
sales, and proceeds for good causes.
Pollard Banknote also plays a major
role in the charitable pull-tab and bingo markets in North America. Established
in 1907, Pollard Banknote is owned approximately 73.5% by the Pollard family
and 26.5% by public shareholders and is publicly traded on the TSX (PBL). For
more information, please visit our website at
For more information CONTACT: Sina
Aiello, Pollard Banknote Limited, Vice President, Marketing, Telephone: (204)
474-2323, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
SOURCE: Pollard Banknote.
Requires Proportionality Test on Secondary Legislation for EU Gambling
BRUSSELS, Belgium (September 8,
2016) -- Today, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruled on the
case Politano (C-225/15), concerning Italian secondary legislation that
excludes operators from tender proceedings if they failed to provide a
declaration from two different banks proving their financial capacity. The CJEU
judgment follows the Advocate General's opinion that the proportionality test
is required to determine the necessity and consistency also of requirements
established by national secondary legislation on the award of gambling licences
to EU-based operators.
The CJEU reiterated that Member
States have to ensure that measures defining the award of licences are in
compliance with the fundamental freedoms of EU law to guarantee access to and
exercise of operators' economic activities in the EU under proportionate and
It is now for the Italian national
court to verify if the requirements at question, given all the circumstances of
the case, are suitable and necessary to achieve the aim of the Italian
secondary legislation by reasons of overriding public interest, according to
the CJEU's proportionality test.
The CJEU ruled that:
- It is "necessary to determine whether the
restriction at issue in the main proceedings is suitable for ensuring the
attainment of the objective pursued and does not go beyond what is necessary in
order to achieve that objective [of combating criminality and protecting
consumers by ensuring that the licensees' economic and financial capacities
enable them to carry out their activity over a longer term], including by
ensuring that the national legislation at issue genuinely reflects a concern to
attain it in a consistent and systematic manner" (para 44).
- The requirement "imposed on tenderers which had
been formed for less than two years and whose overall revenues [
below two million euros during the two most recent business years to provide
appropriate statements issued by at least two banks does not appear to go
further than is necessary in order to achieve the objective pursued" (para
- The CJEU stated that "such an assessment must be
carried out solely by reference to the objectives pursued by the competent
authorities of the Member State concerned and the level of protection which
they seek to ensure" (para 47). The restriction will only be justified "where
such a provision is capable of satisfying the conditions of proportionality
laid down by the case-law of the Court, which is for the referring court to
ascertain" (para 50).
Maarten Haijer, Secretary General of
"The CJEU has recalled that
national legislation prohibiting, impeding or rendering less attractive the
offer of games of chance within the single market are in violation of the
freedom of establishment and the freedom to provide services. Member States
must reconsider the proportionality of requirements under primary as well as
under secondary legislation".
Conformity of the Italian
legislation on games of chance with EU law has been disputed several times
before the CJEU, which has created consistent case law on the subject,
including most recently, about the conditions imposed on operators for the
tender proceedings launched in 2012, that gave rise to the preliminary
judgments of 22 January 2015, Stanley International Betting and Stanleybet
Malta (C-463/13) and 28 January 2016, Laezza (C-375/14).
For more information, please
CONTACT: Maarten Haijer, Secretary General, EGBA, Tel: +32 2 554.08.90, E:
About the EGBA:
The EGBA is an association of
leading European gaming and betting operators Bet-at-home, BetClic,
GVC/bwin.party, Expekt, and Unibet. The Gibraltar Betting and Gaming
Association (GBGA) and Branschföreningen för Onlinespel (BOS) are
affiliate members of EGBA. As a Brussels-based non-profit association, EGBA
promotes the rights of more than 20 million adult European citizens to
participate in online gambling of their choice in an informed, regulated, safe
and secure environment. While online gambling remains a smaller part of the
total gambling market (15%), based upon innovation, technology and digital
consumer demand, online gambling transformed itself into an industry champion
of the European digital economy with material spin-off effects towards other
digital economies and strong synergies with sports. EGBA members have invested
more than 600M into digital security and contributed to sports with more
than 800M, mainly via sponsorship deal and purchasing innovative sports
SOURCE: EGBA (www.egba.eu).
Laboratories International (GLI®) Welcomes Almost 90 Attendees at Latin
American and Caribbean Regulators Roundtable
LAS VEGAS, Nevada (September 8,
2016) Gaming and lottery regulators and government lottery
representatives from all over Latin America and the Caribbean gathered together
in Curacao to participate in Gaming Laboratories Internationals
(GLI®) unique Latin American and Caribbean Regulators Roundtable.
GLI Director, Latin America and
Caribbean Government Relations and Business Development Karen Marcela
Sierra-Hughes said, We have no words to express our gratitude to all the
government representatives that joined us in our first Roundtable celebrated in
the Caribbean. Government lotteries and gaming and lottery regulators from more
than 36 entities and two associations (ALEA and CIBELAE) from 22 countries from
the Caribbean and Latin American region decided to participate in this unique
GLI dedicates a lot of
effort every year to put this conference together with the aim to exceed the
expectations of the attendees, Sierra-Hughes said.
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We are thankful to the
regulators and lotteries that participated as speakers, sharing with their
colleagues their experience and wealth of knowledge that differs from country
to country as the reality of each of our jurisdictions aims for different
regulatory strategies. We are extremely grateful to Mr. Gino Campbell,
Executive Director of the Curacao Gaming Control Board, and his team who worked
with us on securing the success of the Roundtable. This Roundtable was not only
successful in terms of content and attendance, but also on the camaraderie
among attendees that we hope will continue as many of the positive
repercussions of the event. Mr. Campbells support from the organizational
standpoint and his teams hospitality and warm welcome to the government
representatives attending the conference will be remembered and treasured for
years to come.
GLIs Latin American and
Caribbean Regulators Roundtable continues to grow and become more successful
each year. This year, the event saw almost 90 attendees who represented the
following countries: Argentina, Aruba, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile,
Colombia, Curacao, El Salvador, Guyana, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama,
Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Saint Maarten, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and
Caicos Islands, Uruguay and Virgin Islands.
The free, two-day event allowed
attendees the opportunity to not only attend and participate in high-level
discussions relevant to the Latin American and Caribbean region, and to speak
with like-minded professionals and ask the experts questions about the
industry. Event topics included:
- Understanding Regulatory Tools When and How
to Use Them
- Governance and Acting Under Strict Rules of
- Certification Process Back to the
- Minimum Internal Controls in the Lottery and Gaming
Industry: Why and How to Audit
- The Gaming and Lottery Industry of the Future
- iGaming and Sports Betting Regulations and
Operations from a Risk Control Perspective
- Multijurisdictional Games in the Gaming and Lottery
- Bringing It All Together Open Forum
- Responsible Gambling in the Lottery and Gaming
- The Current State of the Anti-Money Laundering
- What Information Security Means to You: Is It
Crucial for Your Organization?
- Online Monitoring and Control System: The Latin
American and Caribbean Experience
As part of the program, Regulators
Roundtable participants traveled to a local casino to watch a live on-site
inspection demonstration of their monitoring and control system, courtesy of
the Curacao Gaming Control Board.
Curacao Gaming Control Board
Executive Director Gino Campbell said, We are extremely proud to have
been the host regulator of the first Caribbean edition of GLI Universitys
Latin American and Caribbean Regulators Roundtable 2016. I can only express
myself in superlatives. Close to a hundred participants from 24 countries that
fell in love with our beautiful island added up to a very special experience.
This time around, the quality of the presentations was exceptionally high with
many relevant topics and lively exchanges of knowledge. I was pleasantly
surprised by the amount of intra-regulatory relationship building and
networking that spawned out of this event, underlining my firm belief that only
together can we make each other better. As an organization, the Curacao Gaming
Control Board has grown because of this. We offer a heartfelt thank you to GLI
for honoring Curacao with this prestigious event.
The Regulators Roundtable was
concluded with a cocktail event, providing attendees with an exclusive
opportunity to network with other professionals and further discuss topics
presented at the educational event.
Perus General Director of the
General Direction of Casino Games and Slot Machines Manuel Antonio San
Román Benavente said, Each Regulators Roundtable organized by
GLI exceeds the previous one. You are able to notice this in all details of the
event the topics and the opportunity that it provides us to meet and
create relationships with our counterparts, among many other things. These are
strengths that GLI gains as years pass. The big winners are all of the
regulators who have the great opportunity to participate and strengthen the
friendship and fraternity with other regulators and the organizing team. We
return to our countries full of new experiences and grateful for the good times
that are much appreciated.
National Director of Lotteries and
Quinielas, Uruguay and President of the Ibero-American Corporation of State
Lotteries (CIBELAE) Luis Alberto Gama Hernández said, In my
opinion, this conference is extremely important to our lotteries, and the
topics and speakers are wisely selected. It is not in vain that this is the
ninth Regulators Roundtable and with even more success every year. As a
regulator, the results were excellent and totally positive. I encourage the
celebration of this type of events because they offer prestige to the
GLIs Latin American and
Caribbean team is currently preparing for their next large event Global
Gaming Expo (G2E) in September. G2E takes place at the end of September in Las
About Gaming Laboratories
Gaming Laboratories International,
LLC delivers the highest quality land-based, lottery and iGaming testing and
assessment services. GLIs laboratory locations are found on six
continents, and the company holds U.S. and international accreditations for
compliance with ISO/IEC 17025, 17020, and 17065 standards for technical
competence in the gaming, wagering and lottery industries. For more
information, visit www.gaminglabs.com.
CONTACT: Christie Eickelman, Vice
President of Worldwide Marketing, T: +1 (702) 914-2220 or E:
SOURCE: Gaming Laboratories
Atlantic Lottery Profits Exceed Target in
Record year sees Lottery
Corporation return $431.6 Million to Atlantic Provinces
- Atlantic Lottery records third consecutive year of
- Net profit of $431.6 Million - $54.7 Million vs
- Record jackpots, strong sales in all product
categories contribute to years success
St. Johns, NL (September 13,
2016) -- Atlantic Lottery President and CEO Brent Scrimshaw released the
2015-2016 annual report and financial results at the St.
Johns Board of Trade today.
Our performance this past
year was strong, as we set an all-time profit record, an important milestone as
we enter our 40th year, Scrimshaw said in his keynote address.
We were able to counter a challenging economy and increased
competition on the strength of a solid strategy, sound execution of our
programs and tight cost management. Without question, we also benefitted
significantly from a stroke of luck that produced very strong jackpots for our
commitment to advancing the strength and competitiveness of our operations
continues, added Scrimshaw. At the end of the day, our
success hinges on our ability to offer players the right products through the
right channels. We intend do that by continuing to modernize, evolve and adapt
This table is based on Atlantic
Lottery's non-consolidated financial statements.
Profit Earned by Province
The lottery industry is changing at
lightning speed. Like its lottery counterparts around the world, Atlantic
Lottery faces challenges such as attracting new players and competing with an
increasing number of unregulated offshore betting sites.
In order to stay relevant
and continue to grow responsibly in an increasingly competitive environment,
Atlantic Lottery is innovating and expanding in ways that will allow us to
offer safe and regulated world-class gambling options to those who choose to
play while returning maximum profit to our shareholders adds
2016-2017 will be a year focused on
the player. Atlantic Lottery will launch the most player-facing improvements in
its history, placing the company as a pacesetter within North America. These
enhancements will help the company deliver the type of games and experiences
players are seeking.
The complete 2015-2016 Annual Report
and financial statements are available at alc.ca.
CONTACT: Christine Manore, Atlantic
Lottery Communications, T: 506-863-7694, E:
ABOUT ATLANTIC LOTTERY
Atlantic Lottery is publicly owned
by the four Atlantic Provinces which means that we return 100% of our
profits to Atlantic Canada. OUR MANDATE is to provide safe and responsible
products for those Atlantic Canadians who choose to game and, through that
effort, deliver optimized and responsible profits to the shareholders. OUR
VISION is to build a stronger Atlantic Canada, one player experience at a time.
OUR VALUES are rooted in integrity and social responsibility. Find out
more at corp.alc.ca
SOURCE: Atlantic Lottery.
Pennsylvania Lottery Wild Ball Offers More Chances to Win on PICK
MIDDLETOWN, Pennsylvania (September
13, 2016) -- The Pennsylvania Lottery today launched the new Wild Ball add-on
feature for the PICK family of games, offering more chances to win.
"Adding Wild Ball to your PICK
ticket could allow you to win multiple times on a single play, making it even
more fun to play and win," said Lottery Executive Director Drew Svitko.
Wild Ball is available for the PICK
2, PICK 3, PICK 4, and PICK 5 games, which are drawn twice daily. At every
drawing, the Pennsylvania Lottery draws a one-digit Wild Ball number that
applies to all four PICK games for that drawing.
With purchase of the Wild Ball
add-on, the Wild Ball number selected for that drawing can be used to replace
any one of the numbers drawn for base game play to help create a winning
combination for the play type on that ticket.
Players may not randomly insert any
number to create a winning play; the Wild Ball number chosen by the Lottery
must replace a drawn number.
The Wild Ball feature offers a
separate prize structure, which makes it possible for a player to win prizes
with base game play and with Wild Ball, or through Wild Ball alone.
Adding Wild Ball doubles the cost of
a PICK base game play. For example, a $1 play will cost a total of $2 if the
player adds Wild Ball.
Players who do not wish to add Wild
Ball can continue to play PICK games as they always have done; there are no
changes to the base games. Players will need to fill out new play slips.
More information about Wild Ball,
including frequently asked questions, prizes, chances of winning, rules and a
How to Play video, is available on the Wild Ball page or on any of the PICK
game pages at palottery.com.
Through September 30, Wild Ball
kick-off events will be held at select PA Lottery retailers, allowing customers
to learn how to play PICK games with Wild Ball, get a coupon, enter in-store
second-chance drawings and enjoy other fun promotions. Activities and offers
may vary by location. A schedule of events may be found on the Wild Ball page
About PICK games:
The Pennsylvania Lottery's PICK
family of games has created winners across generations. PICK 3 was formerly
known as The Daily Number, launched on March 1, 1977 as the Lottery's first
daily-draw game. PICK 4 was previously known as BIG 4, launched in 1980. PICK 5
was previously called Quinto, started in 2008. The newest PICK game, PICK 2,
debuted in 2015 at the same time the existing games were renamed. Information
on how to play each game is found at palottery.com.
About The Pennsylvania Lottery:
The Pennsylvania Lottery remains the
only state lottery to direct all proceeds to programs that benefit older
residents. Since ticket sales began in 1972, it has contributed nearly $27
billion to fund property tax and rent rebates, transportation, care services,
prescription assistance, and local services including senior centers and meals.
Players must be 18 or older. Please
play responsibly. Call 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) for help with a
compulsive gambling problem.
Visit palottery.com for winning
numbers, rules, chances of winning, and to join the VIP Players Club for second
chances to win. Install our official mobile app, like us on Facebook and follow
us on Twitter.
CONTACT: Lottery Media Relations,
SOURCE: Pennsylvania Lottery.
Introduces Mobile Android POS to Accelerate Lottery Retail
HONG KONG, SAR (September 6, 2016) -
eGame Solutions (eGame) is pleased to announce the launch of
MPOS-A59 Android Lottery POS. MPOS-A59 is an all-in-one mobile POS terminal
designed to provide innovative lottery point-of-sale environment.
Evolved to Android 4.4 operating
system, with 5 colour touch screen, 3G, GPRS (Dual SIM Slot) and Wi-Fi
communication, integrated fast thermal printer, 5000mAh battery, with optional
camera and 2D barcode scanner, MPOS-A59 is absolutely an empowering tool to
enhance lottery retailer experience.
Being a fully featured Android POS,
MPOS-A59 makes the UI and UX of traditional lottery retail applications become
more efficient, flexible and user-friendly.
On Android platform,
limitation of the traditional lottery retail application is no longer a
hassle. Aimed to modernize and accelerate the lottery retail transaction,
MPOS-A59 device is rather preferred by the retailers of sportsbook, horse
betting, instant game or lottery game sales which require more interactive
elements and multi-selections. Lottery sales now become more
efficient resulting more revenues for the lottery operator, said Gary
Cheung, Managing Director of eGame.
Solutions for more information about MPOS-A59 and download the product
SOURCE: eGame Solutions.
Lottery Director Carole Hedinger Receives Industry Lifetime Achievement
TRENTON, New Jersey (September 12,
2016) - Carole Hedinger, New Jersey Lottery executive director, is the
recipient of the 2016 Major Peter J. OConnell Lottery Industry Lifetime
Achievement Award presented by the Public Gaming Research Institute (PGRI).
Recipients of the award have distinguished themselves over a long period of
time and have made important contributions to the success of their peers, as
well as the lottery industry.
Director Hedinger has served in
various capacities at the New Jersey Lottery providing business acuity,
financial guidance and strategic planning for more than 15 years. She served as
Executive Director, from June 2010 to present. During her time as Executive
Director, she shepherded the Division through an organizational shift that
aligned a private contractor, Northstar New Jersey Lottery, LLC, with the
public structure to enhance operational efficiency and productivity. After
which, in Fiscal Year 2016, the Lottery experienced record setting sales in
excess of $3.2 billion and net funds to beneficiaries that were more than $970
Director Hedinger has been
instrumental in modernizing the New Jersey Lottery with new games, more
advanced technology and a larger retail footprint, said Acting
Treasurer Ford Scudder. Under her leadership, the Lottery is
well-positioned to respond to future customer needs in a changing marketplace.
The Lottery wouldnt be where it is today without her
Throughout the years, Mrs. Hedinger
worked closely with peers and staff to progress the Lottery industry. She
recognized demographic shifts and the need for technological changes within the
industry. Her leadership skills and visionary approach resulted in new product
offerings that positively impacted the industry as a whole and allowed the
45-year old lottery to continue its expansion well into the future.
It has been an honor and a
pleasure to work with Lottery industry leaders from across the
country, Director Hedinger said. In our industry, we freely
share insights, best practices and work cooperatively to achieve optimal
results for our beneficiaries and the good causes that Lotteries support. I am
humbled when I think of the billions of dollars our organization has generated
in support of education and vital institutions benefiting hundreds of thousands
of New Jerseys residents.
Mrs. Hedinger previously served the
Division of Lottery as Deputy Executive Director from July 1994 through March
2002, and served as Acting Executive Director from March 2002 through
2003. Prior to her return as Executive Director in 2010, she served as
the Chief Clerk of the Ocean County Surrogate Court. Mrs. Hedinger began
her career with a public accounting firm, where she worked for over a decade
specializing in forensic accounting before beginning her service with the
state. Mrs. Hedinger completed her BS in Business Administration at Georgian
Court College, where she graduated magna cum laude.
Mrs. Hedinger maintains professional
memberships with the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants, where
she served in several leadership positions including a term as President during
2011. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public
Accountants and serves on the AICPA Council. She currently serves as the Region
1 Director for the National Association of State & Provincial Lotteries
(NASPL). Mrs. Hedinger has been previously appointed to serve on Governor
Christies Sports, Gaming & Entertainment Transition Team and Governor
Whitmans Education Transition Team. She is the current Chair of the
HealthSouth Rehab Hospital Community Advisory Board, former member of the
Georgian Court College Planned Giving Council and the Board of Trustees for
Stockton University of New Jersey, chairing the Board from 1997-1999. Mrs.
Hedinger has been a featured speaker at a variety of Lottery conferences, and
she also has addressed both legal and financial organizations.
ABOUT THE MAJOR PETER J.
OCONNELL LOTTERY INDUSTRY LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
The Industry Lifetime Achievement
Award was created in 1993 by PGRI to honor Major Peter J. OConnell, the
first director of the Rhode Island Lottery. Major OConnell personified
integrity and dedication, which are the attributes exemplified by recipients of
the award. The recipients of this award are selected by a jury of Lottery
directors and executives. The recipients of the award have distinguished
themselves over a long period of time and have made important contributions to
the success of their peers, as well as the lottery industry.
ABOUT THE NEW JERSEY
Since its inception in 1970, the New
Jersey Lottery (NJLottery.com) has contributed nearly $24 billion to the State
in support of education and institutions. Among its beneficiaries are: veterans
homes, colleges and universities, school nutrition programs, homes for the
developmentally disabled, psychiatric hospitals, higher education scholarship
programs and the Marie Katzenbach School for the Deaf.
CONTACT: Judith L. Drucker, Chief
Communications Officer, Phone: (609) 599-5875, Email:
SOURCE: New Jersey Lottery.
$634 Million Earned for Education in North Carolina
Education Lottery reports
new total for earnings in fiscal year 2016
RALEIGH, North Carolina (September
14, 2016) -- New results for the N.C. Education Lottery show that it raised
$634 million in fiscal year 2016 to help support education programs in North
As the lottery completed a review of
all sales and expenses for the year, earnings rose higher than the preliminary
and unaudited results reported initially. Final but unaudited results show
overall lottery revenues of $2.39 billion
and earnings of $634 million.
Lottery revenues grew 21 percent higher than the previous year while earnings
increased 22 percent.
The new results were reported
Tuesday to the N.C. Education Lottery Commission at its quarterly meeting.
Alice Garland, executive director of
the lottery, said the main factors contributing to the record sales were the
increasing popularity of the lotterys instant games and the world-record
Powerball jackpot in January of $1.5 billion.
Garland said the change resulted
mainly from both prize expenses and administrative expenses coming in lower
Administrative expenses came in $3.3
million less than budgeted, falling just below 4 percent of overall revenues.
Total prize expense amounted to $1.49 billion, but came in $20 million less
Year after year, the
lottery has succeeded in meeting its budget by growing sales and keeping
administrative expenses as low as possible, said Garland.
The success shows the
lotterys commitment to its mission, offering fun games and prizes to
North Carolinians while raising money for a great cause.
If averaged daily, the revised
results show the lottery:
- Achieved sales of $6.5 million a day on
- Awarded prizes of $4.1 million a day on
- Raised $1.7 million a day on average for
Legislators decide how lottery
proceeds are best used. Currently, lottery proceeds help all school systems
with the costs of non-instructional staff; help counties with the costs of
building and repairing schools; help North Carolina students pay the cost of
going to a state university or community college, and help at-risk
four-year-olds get a better start in school by covering the costs of attending
an academic preschool in the N.C. Pre-K Program.
CONTACT: Van Denton, Director
of Communications, N.C. Education Lottery, T: (919) 301-3308.
SOURCE: N.C. Education Lottery.
National Lottery Teams Up with Video App SEENIT to Give a Unique Perspective
Into ParalympicsGBs Road to Rio
LONDON, U.K. (September 9, 2016) --
As part of The National Lotterys continuing use of innovative digital
engagement techniques, 15 ParalympicsGB athletes across a number of
sports from rowing to cycling have been documenting their experiences in
the lead-up to the Paralympic Games, using the Seenit app.
Seenit is an invite-only video
capture app and online platform, which enables audiences to get
behind-the-scenes action through the eyes of the athletes, rather than solely
relying on the perspectives of traditional film crews.
The clips were submitted by the
chosen Paralympians and are being edited together collaboratively to create
short pieces of personal and authentic content to sit on National
Lottery, ParalympicsGB and UK Sport social media feeds and websites.
Viewers can feel like they are
travelling side-by-side with the athletes to experience first-hand what
its like in the days and weeks leading up to Paralympic Games.
Want to see the gruelling final days
of training with rower Rachel Morris? Or a glimpse into what canoeist Emma
Wiggs is trying to fit in her bag? Or what final steps of special preparation
cyclists Neil Fachie MBE and Pete Mitchell are undertaking? By watching these
videos the first two in the series can be viewed here and here
youll be able to find out.
The initiative forms part of the
National Lotterys I Am ParalympicsGB campaign and comes hot on the heels
of its incredibly successful digital campaign for the 2016 Olympic Games. The
integrated I Am Team GB campaign mixed traditional mass-market media and a
large TV and OOH campaign, with much more targeted and innovative streams,
including the use of Seenit videos from Team GB stars, plus bespoke thank
you videos for players. The National Lotterys video content alone
gained a total of 18 million views across the entire campaign.
The I Am ParalympicsGB television
creative uses the same animated creative vehicle as I Am Team GB, and similarly
celebrates the unique affinity between the National Lottery-playing public and
the ParalympicsGB athletes they are supporting on the Road to Rio. The campaign
kicked off with a Thunderclap, with athletes, sports governing bodies, UK Sport
and the British Paralympic Association launching the ad at exactly the same
time through their social channels, as well as the ad featuring on TV last
Thursday (1 September). I Am ParalympicsGB will run for a month.
To celebrate ParalympicsGB in Rio
and to thank National Lottery players for the huge part they have played in
helping to make that happen through buying tickets, The National Lottery is
running two special EuroMillions draws tonight (9 September) and Tuesday (13
September) with 10 guaranteed prizes for UK players of £1 million as well
as 10 trips of a lifetime to Rio that will be won in the EuroMillions UK
Emily Forbes, Founder of Seenit,
said: The partnership between The National Lottery and Seenit has
empowered Team GB and ParalympicsGB athletes to come together and become the
journalists on the ground telling their own stories. Through the app, which has
a pre-loaded video guide, the athletes are able to quickly and easily record
video so as not take too much time out of their gruelling training
schedules. Were now able to produce content in a very reactive and
relevant way, showcasing a completely unique, access-all-areas perspective in
the build-up to the Games.
Adam Chataway, National Lottery
Marketing Manager, said: National Lottery players have contributed
over £80 million per year to support over 1,300 athletes from both
Olympic and Paralympic sport so its fantastic to be able to work
with Seenit to give them a behind-the-scenes peek into the day-to-day routines
of these sporting heroes. Every National Lottery ticket and Scratchcard
purchased helps our athletes and all our players should truly feel I Am
An exclusive film industry.
The explosion of user generated content. Big enterprise losing relatability
with their audience. A perfect storm of trends which inspired Seenit to be
founded. Tiffany Young Breakfast with Tiffany blog
Seenit is an app and platform which
helps brands and organisations co-create video with employees, fans,
journalists and experts from around the world. It's a tool which makes it easy
to direct and collect video from smartphones, by setting tasks within the app;
the target 'crew' follow the instructions and upload video. The content arrives
to a central private online studio where films can be quickly edited and
distributed out to social media.
It is a way for organisations to
engage with the people who are most passionate about the brand and empower them
to be the content creators. We're working with brands such as The National
Lottery, the BBC, Red Bull Racing, Benefit, The Body Shop, Crystal Palace
Football and The UFC.
About Camelot/The National
- National Lottery funding plays a key role in the
UKs sporting success, and National Lottery players have contributed over
£80 million each year during the four-year build up to Rio.
- To date over 4,500 elite athletes have benefited
from National Lottery funding, enabling them to have access to some of the best
coaching, facilities and support staff in the world, in their preparations for
Rio 2016 and beyond.
- More than £5 billion of National Lottery
funding has been invested into grassroots sports, creating opportunities for
everyone to get fit. The money has created and upgraded facilities,
funded coaches and equipment, and supported initiatives to get more people
- Each week, Camelot generates, on average, over
£36 million for National Lottery-funded projects in total
£35 billion has now been raised and more than 490,000 individual grants
have been made across the UK, the biggest programme of civic and social
regeneration since the 19th Century.
- For further information on Camelot, and The
National Lottery and its games, please visit: national-lottery.co.uk /
CONTACT: Sarah Icken, Acting Senior
Media Relations Manager, T: 020 7632 5711.
SOURCE: Camelot (www.camelotgroup.co.uk).
Hampshire Powerball Winner Claims Prize; Announces $100,000 Donation to
CONCORD, New Hampshire (September
12, 2016) -- The winner of a $487 million New Hampshire Powerball ticket
claimed the prize and will donate an initial $100,000 to a series of New
Hampshire non-profit organizationsmatching the $100,000 donation by
Hannaford Supermarkets last month. The winner, who has chosen to remain
anonymous, claimed the $487 million prize through the Robin Egg 2016 Nominee
Trust facilitated by the law firm of Shaheen & Gordon, P.A.
The prize money was distributed to
the winners account last week and William Shaheen of Shaheen & Gordon
will serve as trustee. Shaheen made the donation announcement during a press
conference today at New Hampshire Lottery Headquarters in Concord with
non-profit organizations in attendance.
While the family has opted to
maintain its anonymity, they have indicated they are committed to supporting
philanthropic causes in New Hampshire, and anticipate future contributions to
New Hampshire non-profits.
The winning Powerball ticket was
sold at Hannaford Supermarket in Raymond for the July 30 drawing. This winning
ticket marks the 10th winning Powerball ticket sold in New Hampshire and the
first since 2007. The $487 million jackpot was the largest winning jackpot in
New Hampshire Lottery history as well as the 5th largest jackpot in Powerball
The winner had two options, taking a
lump-sum cash option of approximately $341.7 million or the option of an
annuity payment over 30 years. The winner opted for the one-time cash option,
which netted the winner $256.3 million, after federal taxes were withheld.
This winning ticket has
received an extraordinary amount of interest. While we certainly wish we could
have met our Powerball winners in person, we appreciate and respect that they
have chosen to try to live as normal a life as possible, said Charlie
McIntyre, executive director of the New Hampshire Lottery Commission.
This is a life-altering amount of money and we are extremely happy to
learn about the winners intention to make a major philanthropic impact
with their winnings. This has been an incredibly exciting time for the New
Hampshire Lottery and all of our players here in New Hampshire.
Shaheen & Gordon read the
following statement on behalf of the winner during a press conference
We are proud to come
forward and accept the Powerball prize on behalf of the Robin Egg 2016 Nominee
Trust. As is evident from our involvement, the winners would like to preserve
their anonymity. At this point in time, they are committed to using these funds
for philanthropic causes and to make a positive impact on the lives of their
family. They feel truly blessed to win this prizebut also realize a
serious obligation and responsibility to give back with winning this amount of
money. In order to accomplish this goal we kindly ask you to respect their
privacy, as the task in front of them is monumental.
We want to thank the New
Hampshire Lottery Commission for its high degree of professionalism and
dedication to the process. Its efforts to protect and honor privacy while at
the same time advocating for the Lottery should truly make New Hampshire proud.
We also want to thank Hannaford Supermarkets, who on August 30 held a press
conference in Raymond, NH to announce it donated the money the store received
from the New Hampshire Lottery for selling the July 30 Powerball jackpot
winning ticket! The store received $75,000 from the New Hampshire Lottery for
selling the ticket. Hannaford added another $25,000 for a total of
On Tuesday, August 30,
2016, Hannaford announced, along with the New Hampshire Lottery, the following
breakdown of those dollars: End68 Hours of Hunger received $40,000; Raymond
Coalition for Youth received $30,000; and $30,000 was divided among four Food
Pantries in the Raymond area (SNHS Raymond Food Pantry - $11,000; Providence
Baptist Church Food Pantry - $11,000; Deerfield Food Pantry -$5,000; and
Raymond Baptist Church Food Pantry - $3,000.
The generosity of Hannaford
set the right tone. They have provided a wonderful example of sharing in good
fortune. Likewise, our clients will begin this journey of giving by matching
those charitable contributions.
Shaheen & Gordon, P.A. has
offices in Dover, Concord, Manchester, Meredith and Saco, Maine.
The Powerball drawing results from
July 30 were: 11-17-21-23-32 PB-5 with a Power Play of 2.
In addition to the $487 million
winning Powerball prize, Lisbon, N.H. resident Jeffrey Osborn won a $1 million
Powerball prize from the July 30 drawing. Osborn bought his ticket at the
Cumberland Farms at 278 Meadow Street in Littleton. During the same Powerball
drawing, Rodney Stedman of Mason, N.H. won $50,000 from a ticket sold at
Spitbrook Market, 108 Spitbrook Drive in Nashua. Also during the July 30
drawing, a $100,000 winning Powerball ticket (yet to be claimed) was sold at
the Discount II Plus Deli, located at 1294 New Hampshire 16 in Albany.
Powerball tickets are on sale at
more than 1,250 retailers in New Hampshire. Powerball tickets cost $2 per play.
Drawings are held Wednesdays and Saturdays at 11 PM.
About New Hampshire
Since 1964, the New Hampshire
Lottery has had a significant financial impact on the state. For the past 51
years, the New Hampshire Lottery has recorded almost $6.0 billion in lottery
sales and other earnings, with over $3.8 billion being paid in prizes and other
cost of sales. Net proceeds to education total more than $1.7 billion to
The New Hampshire Lottery
Commission, located at 14 Integra Drive in Concord, currently manages all
lottery operations in the state, including instant games, New Hampshire
Powerball®, New Hampshire Mega Millions®, New Hampshire Hot Lotto®
Sizzler, Tri-State Megabucks℠ Plus, Tri-State
Pick3®/Pick4® Daily Numbers games, Gimme 5, Fast Play games and Lucky
|Representatives from New Hampshire non-profit organizations
gather with lottery officials while collecting donations from the winner of a
$487 million Powerball winner in Concord on Monday.
||Stacey Shaheen Bellabona and William Shaheen, centre, of
Shaheen & Gordon, P.A., accept a check from Lottery Director Charles
McIntyre for the $487 million Powerball winner in Concord on
SOURCE: Hampshire Lottery
Lottery Launch its Next Thriller: Chia Pet® Zombie
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico (September
9, 2016) -- Be on the lookout, because New Mexico Lottery Chia Pet®
Zombie Scratchers are rising up at a retailer near you.
The new Zombie Chia Pet®
Scratcher game features top prizes of $1,000 and two scenes inspired by Zombie
Chia Pet planters Dragging Drew and Lifeless
This new game is the first of four
releases of Chia Pet Scratchers. Theyll return not as Zombies
but as other icons during the upcoming holidays: a tree for Christmas, a
leprechaun for St. Pattys day and a bunny next spring.
The Chia Pet® revolution hit its
stride in the 80s following the 1981 release of a ram, the first widely
marketed Chia Pet likely made memorable with the
By 2007, about half a million Chia
Pets® were produced each year during the holidays. The range of options has
sprouted beyond animals and now includes cartoons and political icons.
While zombies have always been
popular, their recent starring roles in various TV and movie hits have embedded
them in pop culture.
Zombies are cool and Chia
Pet® is a fun brand that generates smiles. It seemed like a perfect combo
for Halloween and we hope that it attracts new players, said Karla
Wilkinson, Director of Gaming Products.
Also on sale now are three new
- Triple 333s touts a
chance to win up to 10 times and $10,000 top prizes;
- Ruby Riches features
$25,000 top prizes; and
- Sapphire Blue
9X offers 16 chances to win and $50,000 top prizes;
Legislative Lottery Scholarships
The Lottery celebrated its 20-year
anniversary on April 27. Since 1996, the New Mexico Lottery has raised $704.88
million for education and more than 100,000 students have attended college on
Legislative Lottery Scholarships.
More information about Legislative
Lottery Scholarships is available at www.nmlottery.com.
Follow the New Mexico Lottery on
Licensing rights for Chia Pet®
has been obtained from Alchemy3, LLC.
Chia Pet® is a registered
trademark of Joseph Enterprises, Inc. and Joseph Enterprises, Inc. gives
permission for this use.
CONTACT: Wendy Ahlm, T: (505)
342-7638, (800) 642-6689, ext. 7638, E: email@example.com
SOURCE: New Mexico Lottery.
Macao Tourism and Culture Summit at the MGS Entertainment Show
New Frontiers: Gamings
Giant Leap Forward 15 17 November 2016
MACAO, SAR (September 13, 2016) --
Organizers of the upcoming The Macao Tourism and Culture Summit 2016, which
takes place alongside the MGS Entertainment Show, have confirmed a speaker
line-up consisting of many of the leading authorities on gaming in Asia.
Titled 'New Frontiers: Gaming's
Giant Leap Forward', the radical MGS Summit will explore the crucial
combination of quality legislation, innovation and investment, and the balance
needed to drive new business opportunities in a changing global market. The key
question which will be tackled by representatives from the Government, the
global investment community and broad-based gaming and entertainment sector
will be: how do you bring pioneering new technologies to vibrant new markets
with a fresh and visionary political thinking?
An Early Bird discount of 10 per
cent will be on offer through to 30th September for delegates to the Summit.
Tickets will be priced at HKD3,800/delegate for a three-day pass and HKD2,800
for a one day pass to both the conference and exhibition. Discounts for
multiple bookings are being set at 10 per cent for bookings of three delegates
Delegate places can be booked
directly through the MGS Entertainment Show website, with more information on
the full summit program to be made available soon.
To register for the MGS
2012, Andrew McMillin has held the position of senior vice president and
general manager, Coca-Cola Trademark for Coca-Cola North America. In this
capacity, he is responsible for growing revenue, transactions and brand love
for The Coca-Cola Company's flagship brands. Since joining the company in 2001,
McMillin has held a variety of consumer marketing, commercial and franchise
leadership roles including leadership of brand Coca-Cola in North America,
leadership of Coca-Cola's Walmart/Sam's Club marketing team, oversight of
retail shopper marketing function, launch and oversight of My Coke Rewards, and
multiple operational and franchise leadership roles in the company's Midwest
operations. Prior to joining Coca-Cola, McMillin spent six years with the Ford
Motor Company as part of their Marketing Leadership Program. For the 2016 NASPL
Business Development and Product Innovations Conference, McMillin will share
insights on how the Coca-Cola Company continues to re-invent itself through its
innovative marketing and product brands. Don't miss Andrew McMillin or any
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