Scientific Games’ lottery instant scratch game printing technology has been debuted at the company’s metro Atlanta global headquarters.
The new instant game technology will provide lotteries in the US and Canada with Dimension products featuring a holographic-like effect.
The move forms part of the next phase of SG’s instant game manufacturing expansion plan.
John Schulz, president of Americas and Global Instant Products at Scientific Games, said: “We’re continuing to advance game innovation through our long-term technology expansion plan so our customers can offer their players the most exciting scratch play experiences in the industry and drive sustainable revenues for lottery good cause funding.”
The Colorado Lottery, New Mexico Lottery and South Carolina Education Lottery are set to offer the first Dimension games in the US to players in spring and summer.