Fast Play Games Introduced to Illinois State Lottery
This has been made possible via its association with Camelot Illinois who has the contract to run the Illinois State Lottery.
Greece-founded INTRALOT Integrated Lottery Systems and Services has announced that it has introduced a fast play lottery game to the Illinois State Lottery. This has been made possible via its association with Camelot Illinois who has the contract to run the Illinois State Lottery.
This is the first lottery game to be introduced in the state in eight years. Money spent by players will go to the Illinois’ Common School Fund to assist K-12 public schools and charities; a fund that the state’s lottery has already raised $21 billion for.
The game, which has been developed using world-leading igaming technology, allows players to enter draws without filling or scratching cards, picking numbers or waiting for results.
“Fast Play is an exciting, new way to play the Lottery and the first new game launch in eight years,” said Illinois Lottery Acting Director Harold Mays.
“With Fast Play games, our players will know immediately if they’ve won a prize,” he added, “This innovative game has been successful in other states and we anticipate Illinois players will really enjoy the new way to play.”
Mr. Byron Boothe, CEO of INTRALOT Inc. said that the INTRALOT and Camelot teams “will continue to expand the range of games offered to Illinois players.”
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