Intralot powers MDJS Moroccan expansion

Athens-listed gambling technology and lottery systems provider Intralot SA will expand its services and presence within Morocco, securing a new services agreement with La Marocaine Des Jeux et des Sports – MDJS.

An Intralot customer since 2010, MDJS acts as Morocco’s state-owned sports lottery organisation.

Issuing a corporate update, Intralot governance confirms that its subsidiary ‘INTRALOT Maroc’, will act as lead lottery, sports betting and instant games supplier for MDJS retail and digital properties.

Following a ‘competitive procurement process,’ Intralot secures a new 8-year term contract as MDJS lead systems provider, which can be further extended from 2020, with MDJS set to launch new operations.

In addition, Intralot discloses that it will support MDJS, as the state-owned operator seeks to expand its Moroccan retail network to 1,600 points-of-sale with the Athens technology group enhancing MDJS omni-channel capabilities.

Intralot Group Deputy CEO, 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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