The leading supplier of integrated gaming and transaction processing systems closed a deal with the State Lottery organisation of Chile.
Chile.- Intralot Group signed a contract with the State Lottery organization of Chile ‘Polla Chilena de Beneficencia’ S.A. Under the agreement, the company will provide the management of its games including the provision of integrated, best-of-breed technological solutions and services, as well as operational support services. Polla Chilena operates national numerical, instant lottery, and sports betting games in Chile. Intralot will install its flagship LOTOS™ O/S Gaming System, as well as 2,700 Photon terminals, incorporating Intralot’s innovative Icon Digital Imaging technology, plus 800 Genion multi-functional terminals, in Polla Chilena Points of sale countrywide.
Polla Chilena de Beneficencia S.A.’s CEO, Edmundo Dupre Echeverría, stated: “We are happy to have Intralot back in Chile; especially after winning a long and very competitive tender. My congratulations to the Company for its bid submission and we are confident that, with the collaboration of Polla Chilena’s team, we will be able to make a qualitative technological leap in the Chilean gaming industry and demonstrate to other Latin American Lotteries new processes and games, which offer more entertainment to our clients and better results to all our stakeholders.”
“Polla Chilena de Beneficencia is one of our first clients and we are really pleased to re-establish our cooperation with our valued partner,” said Antonios Kerastaris, Intralot Group CEO. “Together with Polla Chilena de Beneficencia we are entering a new era envisaging to transform the gaming landscape of Chile, bringing in the leading technology and pioneering gaming services of Intralot coupled with the operational excellence and proven experience of the Intralot team. We will work with Polla Chilena de Beneficencia to offer to the Chileans unprecedented gaming experiences and big prizes in a responsible manner always securing the highest levels of integrity,” he added.