The companies vying for the private management contract are:
Tatts Group Limited, a Melbourne, Australia-based company that operates several lottery licenses in Australia. It also provides other lottery and gaming services in Australia and the United Kingdom.
Camelot, a U.K.-based company that runs Britain’s national lottery. It also was a finalist for the Illinois lottery’s private management contract last year. That contract, which is the model for Indiana’s efforts, was the first of its kind in the United States.
GTECH, a Rhode Island-based company and one of the largest lottery vendors in the country. It already provides and maintains instant ticket and vending machines for the Hoosier Lottery. It is a subsidiary of Lottomatica, the company that runs Italy’s national lottery, and is the controlling interest in Northstar Lottery Group, the company that won the contract in Illinois.
Scientific Games International, a New York-based firm and also one of the largest U.S. lottery vendors. It currently provides the central online lottery system and terminals for the Hoosier Lottery. It is the minority partner in Northstar Lottery Group, the company that won the Illinois contract.