New Hampshire regulator inks iLottery deal with NeoGames

New Hampshire iLottery NeoGames Approval
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New Hampshire continues to welcome online lottery and casino provider NeoGames with open arms.

Gov. Chris Sununu has approved a seven-year agreement for NeoGames to deliver its complete portfolio of iLottery solutions to the New Hampshire Lottery Commission (NHLC). The deal, which begins July 1, will see NeoGames provide the NHLC with its player account management and central gaming systems and content from Wizard Games.

“We are thrilled to be selected by the New Hampshire Lottery as its provider for a complete iLottery solution, helping to reinforce its reputation as one of the leading lotteries in North America,” said NeoGames iLottery Managing Director Chris Shaban. “With our industry-leading technology solutions, games, and services, we look forward to continuing our strong partnership and playing a key role in the growth of the lottery’s online program into the next decade.”

NeoGames has had a presence in New Hampshire since 2018 when the Granite State became a regulated market for iLottery. Since then, NeoGames has provided the NHLC with its innovative platform and games and will now be its exclusive iLottery provider.

NeoGames has secured a deal in New Hampshire under new ownership. In April, Aristocrat completed its previously announced $1.2 billion acquisition of NeoGames.

Aristocrat purchased, in an all-cash deal, NeoGames’ ordinary shares at $29.50 per share.

New market for NeoGames

Earlier this year, the Tel Aviv-based company reached a deal with the Georgia Lottery Corporation to provide the Peach State with its iLottery content. NeoGames complements Georgia’s already existing portfolio of successful Diggi Games on the web and mobile.

NeoGames also provides iLottery content in Michigan, Virginia, and North Carolina.