GTECH Corporation

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GTECH Corp.
Subsidiary
Industry Lotteries and Online gambling
Founded 1980[1]
Founder Guy Snowden & Victor Markowicz
Headquarters Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Jaymin Patel
(CEO)
Products Slot machines, Video Lottery Terminals, Scratchcards, Lottery Software, Online poker software, Online payment systems
Parent International Game Technology
Website www.gtech.com
GTECH's world headquarters, shown while still under construction, in Providence, Rhode Island

GTECH Corporation was a gaming technology company based in Providence, Rhode Island, United States. It was acquired in 2006 for $4.5 billion by Lottomatica,[2] which later changed its own name to GTECH.

Ticker symbol[edit]

GTECH's ticker symbol on the New York Stock Exchange was GTK; however, the stock has been delisted.

Headquarters[edit]

GTECH Corp. moved its corporate headquarters from its campus in West Greenwich, Rhode Island to an $80 million, 10-story building in downtown Providence near Waterplace Park.[3] GTECH S.p.A. operates on all continents except Antarctica, and it employs over 8,500 individuals worldwide in 52 countries. The company has customers in 114 countries and had revenues of 3.08 billion euro in 2012, an increase of 3.4% over the previous year.

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