Intralot Nederland Extends Relationship with Netherlands Lotto

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European betting firm Intralot has had its Duch subsidiary Intralot Nederland has expanded its relationship with the Netherlands State Lottery that will see the groups collaborating until at least April 2019.

The agreement comes after a successful six-year agreement between the groups, and will see the two entities partnering up to form a new gaming entity. The new agreement will also see Intralot opening up a call center for players and retailers alike.

Currently, Intralot works with the State Lottery to provide a lottery platform, which has more than 5,000 terminals throughout the country.

Commenting on the deal Intralot Group COO Niko Nikolakopoulos said, "We are very pleased to continue our excellent cooperation with the two Dutch Lotteries, which are now entering a new era, as a new merged entity. INTRALOT has managed to design and deliver unique solutions for one of the most technologically advanced projects of our sector worldwide. We are happy to assist both long-term customers with novel gaming solutions in their combined new operation and we appreciate their trust in our capabilities underscored by this contract renewal."

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21 April 2016 - 9:08pm

As far as I know the state lotteries in Netherlands and Belgium have a deep roots and are very popular in these countries so it's always important who their partners will be. In this case it's a long time partnership which is also easier for both parties.