International Game Technology will be the new provider of the Ohio Lottery Commission’s video lottery terminal central monitoring system until June 2033.


The deal involving the Buckeye State’s regulator will see IGT provide its Intelligen CMS hardware and software, with monitoring and support for more than 10,000 VLTs distributed across seven racinos in the state.

Belterra Park Cincinnati, Eldorado Scioto Downs, Jack Thistledown Racino and Hollywood Gaming Dayton Raceway will be supported by the partnership.

Hollywood Gaming Mahoning Valley Race Course, MGM Northfield Park and Miami Valley Gaming will also be included in its scope.

IGT’s chief operating officer, Gaming, Nick Khin, said: “Winning this highly competitive RFP process is a testament to IGT's significant innovation, dedication to central monitoring systems and the great team of professionals that continue to propel our success.”

The agreement also provides the option for Ohio to renew the deal for up to two additional one-year terms.