Shareholder Services

Investor FAQs

Q: How do I contact the Investor Relations Department?
A: You can contact the Investor Relations Department in the following four ways:

Telephone : 866-296-4232

Website: www.IGT.com

Email: InvestorRelations@IGT.com

Mailing Address:
International Game Technology
6355 S. Buffalo Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89113
Q: What is IGT's stock symbol and CUSIP number?
A: The stock is traded under the ticker symbol IGT and the CUSIP number is 459902-10-2.
Q: Where are IGT shares traded and how do I purchase shares of IGT?
A: IGT shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). You can purchase shares of IGT through any licensed stock brokerage firm. IGT was approved for listing on the NYSE in January of 1991 and was originally traded on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol IGAM.
Q: Does IGT offer a direct stock purchase program?
A: Not at this time.
Q: What is IGT's current dividend policy?
A: IGT currently issues a dividend on its common stock. Please see Dividend Summary for details.
Q: Does IGT have a dividend reinvestment program (DRIP)?
A: Not at this time.
Q: I am currently a shareholder. How do I change my address of record or transfer my shares?
A: Please contact our transfer agent, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. for transfers, address changes, or any other questions regarding your IGT stock certificate. The contact information is as follows:

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
Shareowner Services
1110 Centre Pointe Curve, Suite 101
Mendota Heights, MN 55120
Telephone: 800-468-9716
Fax: 651-450-4033
Q: I am an investor in IGT or I am interested in becoming one. How do I obtain an annual report or other financial information about IGT?
A: For financial literature, please call our toll free number at 866-296-4232 or visit our investor relations website at www.IGT.com.
Q: When does IGT’s fiscal year end?
A: IGT’s fiscal year ends on the Saturday closest to September 30th each year. For 2014, the fiscal year-end date will be September 27, 2014.
Q: When does IGT typically release its quarterly and annual earnings reports?
A: We typically release our earnings during the third full week after the quarter ends for our first, second, and third quarter earnings announcements. We usually release our fourth quarter and fiscal year end earnings during the fifth full week after the quarter ends.

The earnings are typically released after the market closes followed by a conference call at 2:00 p.m. (Pacific Time) that same day.
Q: When will IGT hold its annual meeting of shareholders?
A: The annual meeting of stockholders will be held on Monday, March 10, 2014 at 7:30 a.m. Pacific Standard Time in the Modernist Meeting Room at the St. Regis Hotel, 125 3rd Street, San Francisco, CA 94103.
Q: How can I get a history of IGT’s closing stock price?
A: Visit the investor relations section of IGT’s website at www.IGT.com and click on the Investor Relations link at the bottom of the page.. Once at the Investor Relations home page, click on the Stock Information link on the left navigation bar then click on History and Splits.
Q: When was the Company incorporated?
A: The Company was incorporated on December 30, 1980 to acquire the gaming license and operating entity IGT and facilitate the company's initial public offering.
Q: When was IGT’s initial public offering and what was the opening price?
A: IGT went public on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol IGAM on October 22, 1981 at a split-adjusted price of $0.18 per share.
Q: Who is IGT’s independent auditor?
A: PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
3800 Howard Hughes Parkway
Suite 650
Las Vegas, NV 89169
Q: Where are IGT’s offices located?
A: IGT’s corporate headquarters are located at 6355 S. Buffalo Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89113. IGT also has sales and manufacturing facilities in various locations around the United States and the world.

International Game Technology (NYSE: IGT) is a global leader in the design, development and manufacture of gaming machines and systems products, as well as online and mobile gaming solutions for regulated markets. More information about IGT is available at www.IGT.com or follow IGT on Twitter at @IGTNews or Facebook at www.facebook.com/IGT.

Investor Glossary

Amortization - Paying off an interest bearing liability by gradual reduction through a series of installments comprising both principal and interest components, as opposed to paying it off by a simple lump-sum payment.

Analysts - Individuals working for a research or brokerage firm. They make forecasts about companies' future earnings, revenues, growth rates, and stock price (price target). They also make recommendations regarding buying, selling, or holding a particular stock.

Buy Recommendation - An analyst recommendation to purchase a stock, generally indicating that the stock should outperform other comparable stocks.

Common Stock - Shares held in a public company that give holders of those shares voting rights and the right to receive dividends when they are declared by the board of directors. In general, there are two types of shares, common and preferred stock. Common stock holder

Common Stock - Shares held in a public company that give holders of those shares voting rights and the right to receive dividends when they are declared by the board of directors. In general, there are two types of shares, common and preferred stock. Common stock holders share in the success when a company profits; however, they are also at risk if the company falters. In the event of liquidation of the corporation, common stock has lower priority than preferred stock and bonds (debt).

Company - A corporation or a limited partnership with publicly traded stock.

Debt - Securities such as bonds, notes, mortgages and other forms of paper that indicate the intent to repay an amount owed. A cash payment of interest and/or principal is made at a later date in time. This is in contrast to an equity investment where there is a

Debt - Securities such as bonds, notes, mortgages and other forms of paper that indicate the intent to repay an amount owed. A cash payment of interest and/or principal is made at a later date in time. This is in contrast to an equity investment where there is an exchange of shares of common stock, or ownership of the company.

Depreciation - Charges against earnings to write off the cost, less salvage value, of an asset over its estimated useful life.

Downgrades - When an analyst reduces a recommendation for a stock. Examples include changing a "buy" recommendation to a "hold," a hold to a "sell".

Earnings - The net income or profit for a company. This amount consists of revenues minus all costs (including taxes).

Earnings Estimate Date - The date on which an analyst makes an annual or quarterly earnings estimate for a stock.

Earnings Estimates (Forecasts) - An analyst's prediction about a particular company's earnings for a future quarter or year. It is an estimate whether a company will increase, decrease, or remain flat in its operating income and overall profitability.

Earnings per Share (EPS) - The profit per share for a company. This amount is equal to earnings (net income) divided by the number of shares outstanding for that company.

EBITDA - Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization.

Enterprise Value (EV) - The total market capitalization of a company plus any outstanding debt. This is the cost of acquisition should one entity merge with or acquire another and assume the outstanding debt.

Equity - An investment in exchange for ownership of a company entitled to the earnings of a company after all other investors (e.g. debt-holders) have been paid. See also: stock.

Exchange - A registered marketplace where securities are traded. Securities exchanges include the New York Stock Exchange, the American Stock Exchange, and regional exchanges such as the Philadelphia Stock Exchange and the Pacific Stock Exchange. Stocks trading on a

Exchange - A registered marketplace where securities are traded. Securities exchanges include the New York Stock Exchange, the American Stock Exchange, and regional exchanges such as the Philadelphia Stock Exchange and the Pacific Stock Exchange. Stocks trading on an exchange are referred to as listed securities.

Fiscal Quarter - A 12-, 13-, or 14-week (three-month) period designated as a quarter (of a year) by a particular company, used for financial reporting and tax purposes.

Fiscal Year - A 52- or 53-week (12-month) period designated as a year by a particular company, used for financial reporting and tax purposes.

Forecast - A prediction about the future, concerning a company's earnings, revenues, stock prices, or other financial data.

Hold Recommendation - The recommendation that investors maintain their current position in a stock. This generally indicates that the stock should perform similarly to other comparable stocks.

Interest - The price paid for the use of credit or money. It may be expressed either in money terms or as a rate of payment.

Market Capitalization (Market Cap) - The market value of all the stock in a company. This equals the price per share, multiplied by the number of shares outstanding.

P/E Ratio - Shows the relationship between a stock's price and a company's earnings. The P/E ratio is calculated by dividing the current price of the stock by the earnings per share (either the company's trailing annual earnings per share or the company's expected ea

P/E Ratio - Shows the relationship between a stock's price and a company's earnings. The P/E ratio is calculated by dividing the current price of the stock by the earnings per share (either the company's trailing annual earnings per share or the company's expected earnings per share). This is used to compare the relative value of different stocks. The P/E ratio is also called the multiple.

Portfolio - A group of securities or stocks held together for investment purposes.

Price Target - A stock price that an analyst forecasts will be reached by some future date.

Profit - See earnings.

Recommend Date - The date on which an analyst makes a "buy," "sell," or "hold" recommendation for a stock.

Recommendation - Analyst statement regarding the future prospects of a particular stock's prices.

Return - The increase in value of a stock or portfolio over a specified period of time.

Return on Buy-Rated Stocks - The performance or return of portfolios created from an analyst's "strong buy" and "buy" recommendations, measured over periods of one, two, and three years.

Revenues - The dollar amount of sales generated by a company.

Sell Recommendation - An analyst recommendation to sell a stock, generally indicating that the stock should underperform other comparable stocks.

Shares (Common Stock) - Portion of equity ownership in a company.

Shares Outstanding - - The number of shares issued by a company, net of any shares repurchased by the company.

Stock - - A financial instrument reflecting an equity ownership position in a company.

Strong Buy (Recommendation) - A strong analyst recommendation to purchase a stock, generally indicating that the stock should outperform other comparable stocks by a wide margin.

Strong Sell (Recommendation) - - A strong analyst recommendation to sell a stock, generally indicating that the stock should underperform other comparable stocks by a wide margin.

Tax - - A contribution for the support of a government required of persons, groups, or businesses within the domain of that government.

Upgrade - - When an analyst improves a recommendation for a stock. Examples include changing a "hold" recommendation to a "buy" or a "sell" to a "hold" recommendation.

Volume - The number of shares traded for a particular stock or exchange.

General Information

Company Headquarters
International Game Technology
6355 S. Buffalo Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89113
Phone: (702) 669-7777
Fax:
Web: www.IGT.com
Independent Auditors
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
3800 Howard Hughes Parkway
Suite 650
Las Vegas, NV 89169

Security analysts, portfolio managers and representatives of financial institutions seeking information about IGT should contact IGT Investor Relations at the Company's address, or by calling (866) 296-4232.

Online Annual Report

We invite you to visit our online annual report at www.IGT.com/AnnualReport.

Transfer Agent and Registrar

Shareholders of record who have questions regarding address changes, stock transfer, dividends or lost certificates should direct their inquiries to our stock transfer agent and registrar:

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
Shareowner Services
161 N. Concord Exchange
South St. Paul, MN 55075-1139
Telephone: (800) 468-9716
Fax: (651) 450-4033

Company News

Copies of our annual report and Forms 10-K and 10-Q may be requested by contacting IGT Investor Relations at the Company's address, or by calling (866) 296-4232.

Annual Meeting

Our Annual Meeting of Stockholders was held at 7:30am P.S.T. on March 5, 2013 in the Ballroom Meeting Room at Canyon Gate Country Club, 2001 Canyon Gate Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89117.

Sales and Service Offices

IGT Reno IGT Las Vegas
9295 Prototype Drive 6355 South Buffalo Drive
Reno, NV 89521-8986 Las Vegas, NV 89113-2133
Tel: (775) 448-7777 Tel: (702) 669-7777
Fax: (702) 669-8686

For information on sales offices worldwide, please contact our IGT Las Vegas office.

Stock Listing

IGT's common stock is actively traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the symbol "IGT."

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