eLottery to Exhibit Internet Technology At Conference

26 September 2000

NORWALK, Conneticutt--(Press Release)--Sept. 26, 2000--eLottery, Inc., a subsidiary of eLOT, Inc. (NASDAQ:ELOT) will be presenting the Company's technological capabilities to lottery organizations at the North American Association of State and Provincial Lotteries (NASPL) 2000 Conference to be held from September 26th to October 1st in Dallas, TX.

The NASPL 2000 Conference is considered to be one of the most important annual industry conferences, allowing eLottery to showcase its state-of-the art Internet Marketing, Analysis, Research and Communications System (IMARCS), Lottery Email Notification Service (LENS) and lottery ticket web-retailing capabilities to officials of NASPL's lottery organizations.

Founded in 1971, NASPL has evolved from an informal exchange of information among three pioneering lottery directors into an active association of state and provincial lotteries, representing 47 lottery organizations throughout North America that include most U.S. state lotteries, as well as Canadian and Caribbean lotteries.

NASPL's mission is to assemble and disseminate information and benefits of state and provincial lottery organizations through education and communications..

Edwin McGuinn, eLOT's President and CEO, commented, ``NASPL is a central information source of lottery organizations and we expect the conference to be a big success. We look forward to sharing our expertise and resources to inform lottery officials on our numerous Internet capabilities that compliment their existing distribution channel.' About eLOT, Inc.

eLOT, Inc. is committed to leading the governmental lottery industry into the e-commerce market. The Company's subsidiary, eLottery, Inc., is a leading web-based retailer of governmental lottery tickets and has developed, installed and operated systems that have processed ten million e-commerce lottery ticket sales and transactions. It has operated Internet, Intranet, telephone, communications, accounting, banking, database and other applications and services that can facilitate the electronic sale of new and existing lottery products worldwide.

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North American Association of State & Provincial Lotteries (NASPL) 2000 Annual Conference