Hoosier Lottery operator facing $3.6M fine for not meeting sales goal

IGT Indiana, the private operator of the Hoosier Lottery, may be required to pay a $3.6 million fine to the state should it not meet its $300 million sales goal — a number that seems unobtainable at this point.Financials, IGT, Indiana, Sales

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Pa. spends $1.3M to date on search for lottery partner amid fierce competition for $1B contract

The hunt for a company to service the Pennsylvania Lottery's games and gaming system for the next decade has proven to be a contentious and costly venture.Pennsylvania, Financials, IGT, Scientific Games, Vendors, Contract, Operations

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Will R.I. Lottery win or lose in $1 billion IGT contract battle?

In the months ahead, the smallest state's biggest controversy is expected to be a high-stakes battle over whether IGT gets to run the state's lottery system and provide slot machines at Twin River's casinos through 2043.Rhode Island, Financials, IGT, V...

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