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Brazil finance ministry allows CAIXA to increase lottery ticket prices

Issuing a statement, SECAP – the planning department of Brazil’s Finance & Economic Ministry – has confirmed that it will allow national bank CAIXA to increase prices across its lottery products offering. Beginning 2020, CAIXA will be allowed to increase its ticket prices on its eight lottery products by an average of 28%. The update sees CAIXA implement its first ticket …

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IGT & Scientific Games consortium secures Brazil’s LOTEX tender

Following seven failed attempts to sanction an effective tender process, BNDES – Brazil’s national development bank – has confirmed the sale of state-owned instant win games (scratchcard) operator LOTEX to ‘Consórcio Estrela Instantânea’ – a 50/50 joint venture consortium formed by IGT and Scientific Games Corporation (SGC). The IGT-SGC vehicle secures a 15-year concession, having been the only entity to bid …

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Brazil calls for a rethink on LOTEX’s future

The government of Brazil is reported to be ‘assessing its options’ with regards to the sale of state-owned Instant Win (Scratch Card) operator LOTEX – following six straight tender postponements. A reported ‘lack of interest’, would see BNDES, Brazil’s National Development Bank twice suspend this May’s planned tender procedure. BNDES, the agency charged with selling LOTEX, has come under fire …

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BNDES LOTEX blunders weighing heavy on Brazil government

Despite a new government in charge of Brazil, the planned sale of state-owned instant win (scratch) operator LOTEX continues to blunder on. Closing April, BNDES – Brazil’s national development bank, the organisation charged with selling the state asset – issued its fifth straight postponement of the LOTEX tender. It has now extended its window for bid proposals until 9 May. BNDES …

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