Intralot has extended its agreement with Hrvatska Lutrija d.o.o, the Croatian State Lottery, for the supply and maintenance of an extensive portfolio of interactive instant and scratch games, following a public procurement procedure.
The extension contract will have a duration of one year and may be re-extended for consecutive one-year periods.
According to this new agreement Intralot Interactive and its gaming associate NeoGames, will provide the Croatian Lottery with additional games, on top of the wide pallet of 50 e-instant and e-scratch games currently made available by the lottery. These new games will be also integrated into the Croatian Lottery’s existing multichannel gaming platform, based on Intralot’s B-OnTM technology, and will become accessible to Croatian players through the Internet.
The Chairman of the Board of the Hrvatska Lutrija, Daniel Feric, said: “We are very pleased with the successful sales levels of the interactive instant and scratch games during their 1st year of operations. The new games will significantly enrich, enlarge and complement Hrvatska Lutrija’s interactive gaming offering, currently also comprised of Lottery’s all numerical games (Lotto, Keno, Joker, TV Bingo and Eurojackpot), Fixed-Odds sports betting and virtual games. The new e-instant and e-scratch games are expected to go live in the coming weeks, in accordance with the well-designed interactive gaming strategy of our Organization, implemented with the support of Intralot.”
Intralot Group Chief Products & Services Officer, George Zenzefilis, added: “We are extremely honoured by Croatian Lottery’s continued trust in Intralot and are very pleased to be the strategic partner that has assisted the Croatian Lottery in implementing its interactive gaming strategy from the very beginning. The upcoming launch of the suite of state-of-the-art e-instant and e-scratch games, and the implementation of an extensive roadmap of games to follow, will put the Croatian Lottery within the ‘elite’ of the WLA Lotteries as far as interactive gaming practices is concerned.”