intralot accelerates nederlandse loterij retail transformation

intralot accelerates nederlandse loterij retail transformation

by 29.07.2020 0 comments

Intralot has confirmed that its subsidiary in The Netherlands has inked a four-year contract with Nederlandse Loterij for the provision of its sports betting platform, Intralot Orion.

The agreement, which also includes an extension option of three years, will enable the operations and management of TOTO’s retail sportsbook.

“We are excited to continue our long-standing relationship with Nederlandse Loterij and celebrate today with our valued customer the successful inauguration and completion of various projects,” said Stergios Binopoulos, CEO of Intralot Benelux BV.

“We have worked together to launch many innovative and engaging products over all these years that have enhanced the Nederlandse Loterij offering throughout the Dutch gaming market and increased the support for the good causes. We can proudly continue along this mutually beneficial path.”

Bas van de Bunt, Director Business Transformation and Strategic Projects at Nederlandse Loterij, added: “Nederlandse Loterij is the largest provider of games of chance in The Netherlands. One of our fastest growing brands is TOTO, the only legal provider of sports betting in The Netherlands.

“With Intralot Orion we are able to provide a seamless digital sports betting experience in retail, which meets the wishes of our TOTO customers and our retailers.”

“This contract extends the successful and nearly 12-year partnership between INTRALOT and the leading operator in Τhe Netherlands,” concluded Intralot Group CEO, Dr. Chris Dimitriadis.

“The success of Nederlandse Loterij over the last years has been particularly impressive and we are looking forward to continuing the delivery of our state-of-the-art technology and to contributing to the growth of Nederlandse Loterij and its yearly remittance to Dutch society.”

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