And the winner is G-tech. The state announced Monday the Rhode Island company will run North Carolina's lottery games. They will run the instant-win ticket game and the lotto-style automated numbers games the state hopes to begin this spring. Sales are expected to top one billion dollars in the lottery's first year. G-tech now has about two months to get the instant win game ready for an April 5 debut.
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