German online lottery broker Lotto24 has moved to diversify its product offering with the launch of a keno product, while it also now allows players to club together to win larger jackpots for smaller stakes through lotto clubs.
UK National Lottery operator Camelot is looking to revamp its customer services as part of its digital transformation initiative by launching a new solution provided by cloud-based customer engagement specialist eGain.
NeoGames, the iLottery solutions provider part-owned by William Hill, has signed a strategic partnership to provide its turnkey interactive gaming solutions to Czech lottery operator Sazka.
A lawmaker in Hawaii has introduced legislation that would create a state lottery to operate numbers and keno games.
Online lottery specialist LOTTOTECH has struck a deal to supply its platform to Australian operator Plus Connect to power a range of new online lottery products.
Gaming and betting software provider BetConstruct has agreed to provide its online sportsbook product for the Bulgarian National Lottery’s 7777.bg website.
Greek gaming and lottery supplier INTRALOT has secured a ten-year deal to provide a range of solutions for Chilean national lottery operator Polla Chilena de Beneficencia, including online and mobile products for lottery and sports betting.
Malaysian conglomerate Berjaya Corporation Berhad (BCorp) has secured an exclusive 18-year contract to develop and operate a national lottery in Vietnam.
Scientific Games has rolled out its new player rewards programme, RewardMe Lottery Club, for the Maine State Lottery.
Germany’s Lotto and Toto Block (DLTB) has used the publication of its full-year results as an opportunity to call on the country’s government to crack down against illegal operators in the gaming market.
Gibraltar-based international lottery broker Lottoland has become the first business of its kind to be awarded a licence in Australia to offer odds on the outcomes of state and international lotteries across the country.
Lottery sales in China fell by 10 per cent in November to RMB30.63bn following declines across both the Welfare and Sports lotteries.