LOTTERIES MOROCCO Intralot shortens Moroccan contract to “enhance resilience” 4 months ago Iwo Bulski Post Views: 256 Greek lotteries and gaming supplier Intralot has reduced the duration of its contract with Moroccan state operator La Marocaine Des Jeux et des Sports (MDJS), so that it ends on 31 December, 2022. Intralot said the amendment was designed to enhance resilience in the context of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, and its effects on the overall lottery market. The organisations’ existing contract was signed in June 2019, and was intended to last for a period of 8 years. Its subsidiary Intralot Maroc, which the supplier said has been a successful partner of MDJS since 2010, will continue to support the operator with the overall management and operation of its lottery, sports betting and other gaming activities. In the past year, Intralot has extended several of its contracts globally while shortening others. In July, the supplier extended its partnership with the Dutch lottery operator, Nederlandse Loterij, to provide it with a sports betting platform. Its partnership with Australia’s Lotterywest, meanwhile, was extended to last until January 2026 earlier this year, in a deal which will see Intralot Australia continue to provide its products and services for the operation of the state lottery of Western Australia. In February, the supplier agreed to sell its entire stake in South American subsidiary Intralot de Peru SA to private equity firm Nexus Group in Peru, for a cash consideration of $21m (£15.2m/€17.4m). In November, Intralot announced that it expected earnings to be reduced by between €25m and €28m due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. A deal announced today saw Intralot continue its expansion into the US, as it announced the launch of a series of free-to-play games in partnership with game developer Incentive Games, through the Montana and Washington, DC lotteries. Source: gamingbusiness.com Iwo BulskiIssues related to the gambling business is engaged in more than 30 years. My empirical experience gives me the opportunity to present events and companies from this business with full knowledge and industry knowledge. Nigeria to acquire central monitoring system for gamblingRepositioning Nigerian Gaming Industry for Better PerformanceBetway Announced As Premium Partner of VfB StuttgartSet your Author Custom HTML Tab Content on your Profile page Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Print Tags: Intralot, lotteries, Marocco Continue Reading Previous Winning Responsibly: BETWINNER and OneLife RallyNext R50m up for up grabs as Powerball rolls over for the 7th time More Stories BOTSWANA LOTTERIES Announcement: Botswana National Lottery License 10 hours ago Samuel LOTTERIES SOUTH AFRICA Poor man from Mthatha South Africa wins a lottery $20,000 in one night 4 weeks ago Samuel LOTTERIES SOUTH AFRICA Playcasino Releases Reveal-All Guide on South African Lottery 1 month ago Iwo Bulski LOTTERIES ZAMBIA Zambia to Establish a Regulator for Lottery 2 months ago Iwo Bulski LOTTERIES WORLD NEWS Pronet Gaming is ready to make its horse racing debut with BetMakers TG 3 months ago Iwo Bulski CASINO MOROCCO Tanger: 20 individuals arrested for organization of gambling games 3 months ago Iwo Bulski LOTTERIES SOUTH AFRICA NLC launches Digital Innovation Hub to improve user experience 3 months ago Samuel HOT NEWS LOTTERIES NIGERIA Counsel Petitioned National Lottery Commission over Unpaid Winnings 4 months ago Adeleye Awakan LOTTERIES SBC Digital – Africa: Technology is the way forward for lottery 4 months ago Iwo Bulski LOTTERIES SOUTH AFRICA R50m up for up grabs as Powerball rolls over for the 7th time 4 months ago Samuel LOTTERIES WORLD NEWS Winning Responsibly: BETWINNER and OneLife Rally 5 months ago Iwo Bulski LOTTERIES SENEGAL African migrants hit it big in Spanish lottery 5 months ago Iwo Bulski Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.