Gaming tech supplier Scientific Games bolsters content hub

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Scientific Games is continuing to build its portfolio of partners.

The gaming and lottery technology developer announced on Thursday that it has added lottery-focused game studios Bwloto and Random State to its partner program and content hub. The entities give Scientific Games a total of seven lottery-focused studio partners.

As part of its new partnership with Bwloto and Random State, Scientific Games will deliver the studios’ catalog of iLottery games to its more than 30 iLottery clients across the world.

“We are thrilled to become a member of the SG content hub and partner program, as it allows us to expand our reach and get our games into the hands of more players across various markets,” said Bwloto CEO Ivar Hermann Unnthorsson. “This partnership aligns perfectly with our mission to offer players around the world an unforgettable gaming experience.”

Bwloto and Random State will also have the opportunity to bolster their portfolio of offerings with a partner program from Scientific Games that provides access to licensed brands to develop new iLottery games. Scientific Games has a portfolio of over 100 brands.

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Last October, the Georgia-based company launched its content hub, SG Studios, to bolster its iLottery offerings. SG Studios features world-renowned brands, including Game of Thrones and Monopoly.

Brands that join SG Studios also have the opportunity to collaborate with other partners to create multi-jurisdictional progressive jackpots. SG Studios has a global reach as Scientific Games serves more than 120 lotteries across approximately 50 different countries.