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Intralot Signs A New Contract In Morocco With La Marocaine Des Jeux Et Des Sports 

George Miller

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Intralot Signs A New Contract In Morocco With La Marocaine Des Jeux Et Des Sports 
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INTRALOT S.A. announces the signing of a new contract for INTRALOT Maroc, a subsidiary of the INTRALOT Group acting as the Games Operator in Morocco, with La Marocaine Des Jeux et des Sports (MDJS), the state sports lottery Organization of Morocco, following an international competitive procurement process, to provide the overall management and operation of its lottery, sports betting, and instant games across retail, internet, and mobile channels. The contract is for an initial 8-year term that can be extended up to another 2 years with the launch of the new operation on January 1st, 2020.

Under this new contract, INTRALOT Maroc, which has been offering its products and services to MDJS since 2010, will continue to supply the Organization with cutting edge lottery terminals and software solutions and provide the technical support and services to the Organization, the retailers and the players; will design and implement the marketing plans to contribute to the development and growth of the brands and the market; will expand the retail network to 1600 POS and further develop MDJS’ sales channels to enhance their performance and players’ omni-channel experience.

INTRALOT’s Group Deputy CEO, Mr. Nikos Nikolakopoulos commented: “MDJS has been a valued INTRALOT customer for the last decade and we are pleased to have been awarded with a new contract to continue our successful operation in Morocco. This agreement represents an exciting new chapter in our long-term relationship as well as the trust of the state sports lottery Organization in INTRALOT’s next generation solutions that will enable long-term innovation and growth for MDJS ultimately increasing revenues to good causes for the benefit of the Moroccan community.”

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NLA, Luckweb Ghana Launch Three New E-games

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The National Lottery Authority (NLA) and Luckweb Ghana have launched three new exciting E-games named Keno, Pick 3 and Daywa Scratch.

The new addition of games will expand NLA and Luckweb gaming portfolio and also provide players with a fresh new modern and exciting gaming experience.

Pick 3 is a fixed odd game that offers super attractive prize payouts with a multiplier of up to X300. In Pick 3, a player’s bet amount is always assigned to a multiplier in the paytable. The player has to choose 3 digits from 0 to 9 to win. With as little as 1 GH, a player wins X300 the bet amount if all 3 numbers match in the EXACT order.

Daywa Scratch is a virtual interactive scratch game where on a small area, an opaque panel hides the result and the player must scrape the visual, match the element beneath to win a prize. The scratch game offers exciting varieties and the player needs to have a minimum of Ghs3 in an E-wallet to play, hence has to deposit money in the E-wallet via mobile money.

Keno is also a fast-fixed odds game where players select up to 10 numbers, and during the draw 20 numbers are pulled out of 90 balls in total. The player can bet a minimal amount of GH 1.

According to Kwabena Osei-Somuah, the product manager of Luckweb Ghana, the new addition of games is to expand Luckweb and NLA’s gaming portfolio and also position itself as the hub of lotto games in Ghana.

“We already put the NLA on the international gaming platform with Daywa 5/39 daily jackpot which has enrichened the lives of thousands of Ghanaians, we are poised to introduce many exciting, modern games, thrill players and above of all create jobs,” he said.

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SBTech enters South African market with Bet.co.za platform migration

Zoltan Tundik

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Leading South African operator migrates to SBTech’s localised sportsbook and igaming platform

SBTech­, the leading technology supplier to the regulated iGaming sector, has made its first entry into South Africa, launching its full sportsbook and igaming platform with Bet.co.za, South Africa’s premier online and mobile sports betting brand.

The new offer includes an innovative Lucky Numbers product and an integration with BetGames.TV, enabling players to bet on live lottery draws and live games, using bespoke, localised payment options.

The partnership also sees Bet.co.za take advantage of a tailored trading and risk management strategy localised for the South African market.

The partnership marks SBTech’s entry into another regulated jurisdiction, continuing the firm’s international development strategy.

Andrew Cochrane, Chief Development Officer, SBTech, said: “We are thrilled to enter another major regulated market with Bet.co.za, one of South Africa’s premium gaming operators.

“A significant amount of collaborative work has taken place behind the scenes ahead of this migration and going live with Bet.co.za marks a key milestone in this ongoing partnership.”

Scott Canny, CEO, Bet.co.za, said: “SBTech is renowned for its cutting-edge technology and by migrating to its platform we will be able to offer our customers an enhanced, elevated and fully customised experience unlike anything else available in the South African market.”

“Our local marketing expertise and SBTech’s product are a perfect match and Bet.co.za is now positioned to cement its place as the best online bookmaker in the country.”

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TVBET Enters African Market Through PMbet Partnership

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TVBET, a provider of live games for online operators, has partnered with the international sports betting brand PMbet.

PMbet is one of the best online and mobile betting operators in Tanzania. The well-known lottery and card games of TVBET are now available to all PMbet players.

TVBET network comprises of more than 100 casinos and betting operators worldwide. All the games are distributed in the form of content integration directly to their platforms.

“Today TVBET has high hopes for being presented at the promising African market. We get feedback from many punters about where they can play TVBET. Realizing how big is the demand for versatile live-games in the region, we do our best to give them the opportunity to wager on familiar platforms,” Peter Korpusenko, CEO of TVBET, said.

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