Scientific Games enhances partnership with Colorado Lottery
Scientific Games has agreed a contract extension with the Colorado Lottery. The extension will bring operational efficiencies to the Lotteries and retailers. Scientific Games Enhanced Partnership (SGEP) program is used by 7 of the Top 10 performing instant lotterie around the globe.
Scientific Games extends its partnership with Colorado Lottery. The extension will see the creation of in-state jobs for a new office near the Lotteries' Lakewood headquarters. 500 units of SCiQ retail technology will be delivered to select Colorado lottery vendors. SCIQ will “significantly streamline” retailers’ accounting and operational procedures for Scratch games product.
Scientific Games has been providing the Colorado Lottery's Scratch games for nearly four decades. The first drawing took place on April 23, 1983. Now, thanks to the SGEP program, the Lotteries will leverage "world-leading instant game design and portfolio management services" and "technology-driven analytics and insights".
Scientific Games enhances partnership with Colorado Lottery. Seven of the Top 1o best performing instant game providers use the SGEP program. It outperforms weekly per capita retail sales by 40 percent over U.S. lotteries not powered by the program, according to La Fleur's 2022 World Lotterie Almanac. Scientific Games Lotting group became a stand-alone company, with the company’s Gaming and iGaming groups rebranding as Light & Wonder.