Prominent gaming and lottery solutions innovator Intralot SA has announced the signing of an agreement that is to see it’s New Zealand subsidiary continue delivering technology for the electronic monitoring of the island nation’s slot parlors.
The Athens-listed firm used an official Friday press release to explain that the deal inked by its Intralot NZ Limited subordinate has extended its relationship with the New Zealand Department of Internal Affairs until 2025 and will involve the enterprise continuing to provide the government agency with a range of its own cutting-edge reporting, accounting, auditing, and secure management advances.
Intralot SA proclaimed that it began offering such electronic monitoring services some 13 years ago so as to give its operating partners with the ability ‘to track and monitor gaming machine operations in pubs and clubs’ for the purposes of ‘ensuring the integrity of games and the accurate financial reporting’. The firm detailed that it is now active in 42 regulated jurisdictions around the world with the New Zealand alliance moreover containing a one-year extension clause that could see the pair cooperate until 2026.
Chris Dimitriadis, Chief Executive Officer for Intralot SA, used the press release to describe the extension as ‘an endorsement’ of the pair’s previous cooperation before thanking the New Zealand Department of Internal Affairs ‘for its continued confidence and trust over more than a decade’.
Read a statement from Dimitriadis…
“Our world-class solution, which is designed according to Gaming Association standards, serves the most demanding regulatory environments and we are committed to continuing to support the New Zealand Department of Internal Affairs on establishing a responsible gaming environment for the local player community.”