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Scientific Games has unveiled an extended agreement alongside Lotto Brandenburg, to provide advanced systems software and point of sale terminals to lottery retailers.

Awarded a five year contract, with the opportunity to extend for an additional period of five years, Scientific Games, a longtime business partner to all 16 German lotteries, is to supply its wave point-of-sale terminals and software to lottery retailers across the northeast German state.

“We are continually investing in technologies that innovate in the lottery retail environment. Our wave technology and our understanding of the German market have resulted in a great solution for Lotto Brandenburg,” stated Pat McHugh, group chief executive of lottery for Scientific Games. “We look forward to continuing our very successful partnership with Lotto Brandenburg with these new contracts.”

Deploying 80,000 wave terminals worldwide, Scientific Games details that its latest modernised revision features “classic sleek and ergonomic wave design and delivers improved performance and reliability”.

Furthermore, its new high definition touchscreen is designed to provide greater clarity, ease of use and speed of service.

“We’re honoured that Lotto Brandenburg selected Scientific Games technology, and we believe retailers and players will be very pleased with the overall retail experience,” commented Matthias Müller, managing director of Germany for Scientific Games. “The next generation wave offers the combination of performance, compact design, and full HD touchscreen.”

Scientific Games has been providing Lotto Brandenburg with products and technology since 1996, including instant games, a lottery central system and instant game management services.

Anja Bohms, managing director for Lotto Brandenburg, said of the extended deal: “Scientific Games is a proven innovator of lottery point-of-sale technology and continues to advance the lottery retail environment.

“We chose the wave terminals because they are built for the future, they are an excellent overall technology fit for our retailers and the best value for the lottery.”