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INTRALOT and Loteria Mineira Return to Players More Than R$548 Million in 2019

January 18, 2020 | Vendor News

BRAZIL (December 24, 2019) — INTRALOT’s subsidiary, INTRALOT Brasil, started operating with Loteria Mineira in 2010 with the launch of its first game, Keno Minas. Then the partnership originated new games: Multplix, Minas 5, Totolot, Totogol and Speed Race. All of them are available at over 2,500 lottery terminals located in various points of sale in the state of Minas Gerais.

Rewarding awards is one of the reasons why games are performing so well. Of the total collected, at least 60% goes to awards.

According to GMB the Loteria Mineira is an example of a highly profitable, resource-generating and sympathetic public institution that is entirely independent of government funding. It is one of the few bodies that, besides being autonomous, is a fundraising centre for important social works.

By allocating part of the profits from the games to the Government’s social works, Loteria Mineira provided the opening of schools, kindergartens, hospitals, as well as sanitation and urbanization works. Since its inception, it has been an instrument for generating jobs, income and economic circulation for the state of Minas Gerais.

Present in over 52 jurisdictions and with a staff of approximately 5,100 employees, INTRALOT has established its presence on 5 continents. Since its founding in 1992, the company has applied cutting-edge technology to develop complete solutions related to the creation, development, operation and support of gambling for the entertainment industry.

With global revenues of over 1 billion euros a year, the company guarantees its customers a solid and reliable partnership.

Headquartered in Brazil since 2008, in March 2010 INTRALOT took another step on its global expansion path and consolidated its presence in Latin America by signing a contract with the Minas Gerais State Lottery, whose position stands out in the scenario of Brazil’s gaming, with nearly 100 years of tradition in social investment through programs to encourage sports, education, health and development throughout the state.

SOURCE: GMB.

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