Scientific Games Corp was incorporated in the state of Delaware on July 2, 1984. It is a developer of technology-based products and services and associated content for worldwide gaming and lottery markets. The Company's portfolio includes: instant and draw-based lottery games; electronic gaming machines and game content; server-based lottery and gaming systems; sports betting technology; loyalty and rewards programs; and social, mobile and interactive content and services. Its business segments—Instant Products, Lottery Systems and Gaming. The Instant Products segments is engaged in Designing, printing and selling instant lottery games, Providing instant game-related services, Sublicensing brands and providing promotional products, Supplying player loyalty programs, merchandising services and interactive marketing campaigns, and Printing and selling phone cards. The Lottery Systems is engaged in Providing lottery systems, including equipment, software, data communication services and support, Providing instant game validation systems, and Providing software, hardware and related services for sports wagering and keno systems. The competitors for this segment in the U.S. are Pollard Banknote Limited and Gtech S.p.A. The gaming segment is engaged in Selling new and used gaming machines, conversion kits and parts to commercial, tribal and governmental gaming operators, Leasing or otherwise providing gaming machines, server-based gaming systems and content to commercial, tribal and governmental gaming operators, Providing video lottery central monitoring and control systems and networks for gaming regulators, and Providing interactive services, including social gaming and game content for real-money gaming websites, for both desktop and mobile devices. The gaming segment services are utilized by group of customers, including commercial and tribal casinos, riverboat casinos, horse and greyhound racetracks, bars, Jai Alai frontons, truck stops, night clubs, bingo and arcade halls, LBOs and similar venues, as well as interactive customers such as gaming website operators and social gaming players. In addition, U.S. and international lotteries may offer VLTs and other forms of gaming, such as bingo and sports wagering. In the categories of video and mechanical reel gaming machines, it competes primarily with International Game Technology ("IGT"), as well as Ainsworth Game Technology, Aristocrat Leisure Ltd, Aruze Gaming America, Inc., Atronic Casino Technology, a subsidiary of Gtech S.p.A., Bally Technologies, Inc., Franco Gaming Ltd., Inspired Gaming Group Limited, Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc., Multimedia Games, Inc. and the Novomatic Group of Companies. In the VLT category, it competes primarily with Bally, IGT, and Gtech Holdings Corporation and SPIELO International, both subsidiaries of Gtech S.p.A. Its principal direct competitor in U.K. LBO business is Inspired Gaming Group Limited.