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What state uses what terminal?

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Posted: October 28, 2006, 7:34 pm - IP Logged

As you all know, I am the king of mundane lottery trivia. Here's a list of what states use what make and model of terminals. The manufacturer is on the heading of each list, with the model in parentheses (when available).

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GTECH
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Arizona
California (Altura)
District Of Columbia
Florida (Altura)
Georgia (Altura)
Illinois (ISYS)
Kansas
Kentucky (ISYS)
Louisiana
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota (Altura)
Missouri
New Jersey (ISYS)
New Mexico
New York (ISYS)
North Carolina (Altura)
Ohio (Altura)
Oregon (ISYS)
Rhode Island
Tennessee (Altura)
Texas (ISYS)
Virginia (ISYS)
Washington (Altura)
Wisconsin (Altura)

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Scientific Games
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Colorado (Extrema)
Connecticut
Iowa (Extrema)
Maine (Extrema)
Maryland (Extrema)
New Hampshire (Extrema)
North Dakota (Extrema)
Oklahoma (Extrema)
South Carolina (Extrema)
Vermont (Extrema)

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AWI (Defunct)
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Pennsylvania (Integra)
South Dakota
West Virginia (Integra)

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Intralot
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Idaho (Coronis)
Montana (Coronis)
Nebraska (Coronis)

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Wincor-Nixdorf
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Delaware (Xion)

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    Posted: October 28, 2006, 8:10 pm - IP Logged

    Thank you JimmySand9, very interesting.

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      Posted: October 28, 2006, 10:37 pm - IP Logged

      Yes, thanks very much JS9.  I really should be tracking this stuff, just like I'm tracking computerized drawings.  If you're interested I could create some storage space and a page to keep track of various stuff like lottery ticket machine, vendor, drawing machine brand and model, as well as whatever else makes sense.  (I think it makes sense to track everything by game, not just state.)  I would rely on your info to fill in the blanks.

       

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        Posted: October 29, 2006, 1:01 am - IP Logged

        Yes, thanks very much JS9.  I really should be tracking this stuff, just like I'm tracking computerized drawings.  If you're interested I could create some storage space and a page to keep track of various stuff like lottery ticket machine, vendor, drawing machine brand and model, as well as whatever else makes sense.  (I think it makes sense to track everything by game, not just state.)  I would rely on your info to fill in the blanks.

        I would be more than happy to help out.

        I also can indentify scratch-off manufacturers merely by looking at the ticket. But keep in mind many lotteries use several manufacturers to make the tickets. New Jersey, for example, most of their tickets come from Pollard Banknote and their plant in Michigan, but they also buy tickets from the other 3 instant manufacturers in the US, Scientific Games, Oberthur, and Creative Games (based in my hometown of Plant City, FL). So if you want document instant ticket vendors, you might want to think of some kind of heirarchy system.

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          Posted: November 2, 2006, 4:33 pm - IP Logged

          Arizona uses GTech Alturas, New Mexico uses GTech ISYSes.

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            Posted: November 3, 2006, 2:04 am - IP Logged

            DC and Michigan use ISYSes as well.

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              Posted: November 10, 2006, 2:51 am - IP Logged

              Massachusetts uses ISYSes.

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