On September 7th, 2007, in an ongoing drive to update their lottery technology that they offer to their customers, the Caribbean Lottery is debuting up to the minute electronic data multi-media screens to the eight gaming markets in which the company operates.
The brand new multi-media screens will give players better access to gambling data like live game and validation results and market advertisements on different lottery games. The multi-media screens are placed near the lottery terminals at the place of sale next to the lottery operators.
The debut of the multi-media screens is almost ready and players will now be able to receive immediate results to games and other lottery details as they bought their tickets. Players will also now be able to see the results of their tickets when they present it for validation at the lottery retailers.
Caribbean Lottery does not intend to replace their keno screens with the electronic multi-media screens, which is currently place in some outlets in the Caribbean. The screens will be used as an information tool to give players all the knowledge and data that they need to make their gambling experience enjoyable.
The countries of Antigua, Anguilla, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Maarten and the United States Virgin Islands have all benefited from different Caribbean Lottery games like Power Ball, Caribbean Lotto, Pick Three, Pick Four, Lucky six, Keno and Instant tickets.
LILHCO is the lone multi-state currency lottery all over the world with casino games in U.S., Caribbean and Barbados dollars and is managed by Leeward Islands Lottery Holdings Company or LILHCO, which is a subsidiary company of GTECH Corporation, which offers different lottery systems.
John M. Thorpe