Center for Gaming Research
Research Companies: GTECH Holdings

GTECH is a leading gaming technology and services company. The Company operates and provides a full range of services and manufactures leading-edge technology products across all gaming segments, including lotteries, machine gaming, sports betting and interactive games. We also provide high-volume processing of non-lottery commercial transactions. Our state-of-the-art information technology platforms and software enable distribution through land-based systems, Internet and mobile devices. The Company has operations in approximately 60 countries worldwide on six continents and had 8,583 employees at December 31, 2013.

The structure of the Company's internal organization is aligned around three global geographic regions. Consequently, for management purposes, the Company's operating segments are organized geographically into three reportable operating segments based on those regions – Americas, International and Italy. Each of these segments offers lottery, machine gaming, sports betting, commercial services and interactive games.

GTECH History

1980: GTECH Corporation founded

1982: First dedicated lottery terminal manufacuted

1982: GTECH introduced Quick Pick, which allows the computer to randomly generate numbers for lottery players

1986: GTECH developed a self-service lottery terminal

1989: GTECH developed an online keno syste,

1990: Spectra international online lottery terminal with imaging reader introduced

1990: GTECH Corporation acquired by GTECH Holdings in a leveraged buy-out

1991: GTECH began validation of instant tickets

1994: GTECH began incorporating satellite use in lottery systems

1996: BingoVision TV-based, play-at-home bingo game introduced

1998: Introduces first secure internet wagering solution for government-authorized lotteries

2004: Leeward Islands Lottery Holding Company, Inc. ("LILHCo") acquired by GTECH

2005: Pennsylvania selected GTECH to supply a central control computer system that will monitor slot machine gaming for the state

2006: Lottomatia aquires GTECH Holdings

2008: GTECH launched Keno in Ohio

2009: GTECH signed a 3 year contract to provide 2,250 lottery terminals and software, to casinos in Argentina

GTECH: Current Product Areas


GTECH supplies end-to-end lottery services and lottery game content, including system design, delivery, and ongoing support operations; terminal installation and maintenance; retailer training; marketing support; field service; hotline management; telecommunications network installation, management and maintenance; and a diverse portfolio of games for each channel of distribution.

GTECH lottery subsidiaries include Interlott, LiLHCo, Speilo, and IGI Europrint.

Games offered include daily draw games, quick draw games, player draw games, and event draw games.

Gaming Solutions

GTECH manufactures video lottery terminals and slot machines for bars, restaurants, racinos, and casinos.


GTECH: Financial Info online

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