Missouri lottery vending machines
The Altura Online Terminal System is used to sell all draw Games and redeem winning Scratchers tickets. Its many features ensure fast and easy ticket transactions. Features include: a touch-screen terminl with playslip and barcode readers and an easy-to-load thermal printer. Check-A-Ticket readers, LCDs and VFD display units are available in some locations.
• 1200 (with printer tray):
15.3″ high x 14.25″ wide x 24″ deep
8.81″ high x 6.5″ wide x 13.26″ deep
• TSP (in counter-mount base):
12.47″ high x 7.45″ width x 5.18″ deep
8.5″ high x 12.25″ width x 0.88″ deep
(May vary, depending on base)
19.0″ high x 18.5″ x 7.25″ deep
*The Altura equipment requires up to five outlets, and a power strip is recommended.
Club Game monitors draw attention to the game and each drawing. Monitors display draw shows for Club Games, display locations that sell high tier Club Keno winning tickets and winning numbers for Draw Games. Place these 32″, 26″ or 21″ monitors in your Club Keno location for customers to easily watch and play Club Games.
Dimensions (Without stand):
• 28″ Flat Screen Monitor:
15.6″ high x 25.3″ wide x 2.4″ deep
• 32″ Flat Screen Monitor:
17.3″ high x 28.9″ wide x 3.1″ deep
• 50″ Flat Screen Monitor:
25.6″ high x 44.3″ wide x 2.4″ deep
• 55″ Flat Screen Monitor:
28.1″ high x 48.8″ wide x 2.3″ deep
Play Centers are stand-alone cabinet style units that are used as a player area and storage bin. Play centers serve as your in-store Lottery sales information center. Players will find:
• Current promotional information;
• Playslips for Draw Games;
• ‘How to Play’ Lottery brochures.
Base dimensions: 24″ wide x 40″ high x 16″ deep
In-Counter Scratchers Dispensers are fitted into pre-cut holes in counters, making the top of the units flush with the countertop.
Tickets or ticket display cards are visible to the customer through a glass top. Your LSR provides a “Plan-o-gram” to show where each pricepoint should be displayed to maximize sales and provide customer convenience. The advantage of these units is that no counter space is used.
On-Counter Scratchers Dispensers directly face customers, spotlighting Scratchers games for customers who have yet to approach the counter. Your LSR provides a “Plan-o-gram” to show where each pricepoint should be displayed to maximize sales and provide customer convenience.
The advantage of these units is that customers can make purchasing decisions before reaching the counter.
Base dimensions: 24″ wide x 26″ high x 4.25″ deep
Vending Machines allow Lottery products to be sold in a wide variety of locations without requiring a clerk to directly make sales.
• Gemini Touch (Image 1):
35.34″ wide x 74″ high x 31.06″ deep
Missouri lottery vending machines The Altura Online Terminal System is used to sell all draw Games and redeem winning Scratchers tickets. Its many features ensure fast and easy ticket
Congratulations to the Missouri Lottery for recently launching IGT’s cashless feature on their lottery vending terminals! Missouri Lottery is the fifth IGT customer to include a cashless option for their players on GameTouch™ 20 and Game Touch™ 28 self-service lottery terminals. Cashless payment solutions allow players to purchase their favorite lottery games, using their mobile device or a debit/credit card, providing an easy and convenient alternative if they do not have cash on hand.
To learn more about IGT’s cashless-enabled self-service terminals, click the link below.
Self Service Lottery Vending Machines | IGT Lottery TouchPoints
Congratulations to the Mississippi Lottery on its one-year anniversary!
Over the past year, amid COVID-19, the Lottery launched 47 instant scratch-off games at various price points, three draw games – Powerball, Mega Millions, and Cash 3, installed over 1,840 terminals at retail, and generated over $104 million for road and bridge repairs with over 40 projects already underway.
The Lottery plans to continue to introduce new, innovative products for their players, including a new draw game, Mississippi Match 5 tentatively scheduled to go on sale in April 2021, and a $20 instant scratch-off game tentatively scheduled to go on sale in February 2021.
Meg Annison, Director of Communications, at Mississippi Lottery said, “IGT’ ’s vast experience in Lottery start-ups contributed immensely to the smooth and expeditious launch of the Mississippi Lottery.”
IGT is excited to continue this successful partnership and looks forward to the next milestone!
Congratulations to the Missouri Lottery for recently launching IGT’s cashless feature on their lottery vending terminals! Missouri Lottery is the fifth…