IGT selected to provide digital games in Norway CDC Gaming Reports · November 19, 2020 at 8:57 pm IGT Global Services Limited has been awarded a tender by Norsk Tipping AS, Norway’s state lottery operator, to continue supplying its IGT PlayCasino content, PlayRGS digital gaming platform, and the IGT Connect integration layer. As part of the award, which was the result of a competitive public procurement, IGT will also continue supplying licensed third-party game content from sub-suppliers NetEnt Malta Limited and ELKAB Studios AB. IGT is one of three primary content suppliers selected by Norsk Tipping as part of the public procurement. The agreement allows IGT to offer content to Norsk Tipping over a period of three years with an option for Norsk Tipping to extend for one year; it’s effective in February 2021. As part of the agreement, Norsk Tipping can choose to keep games in operation for up to an additional four years after the agreement has expired. Norsk Tipping has been an IGT customer since 2012, when IGT was selected as the sole supplier for the launch of legal digital gaming in Norway. In 2017, IGT was again awarded a competitive tender to provide Norsk Tipping with IGT proprietary PlayCasino content. IGT has also supplied Norsk Tipping with its digital bingo platform since 2014, which was re-awarded to IGT in a public tender in 2018. IGT PlayDigital’s PlayRGS solution powers sites for more than 100 customers around the globe for both lottery and commercial operators.