MOROCCO STATE LOTTERY LAUNCHES REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Moroccan state lottery operator La Marocaine des Jeux et des Sports (MDJS) has launched a Request for Proposal to designate a new operator for its omni-channel lottery, sports betting and instant games offerings.
The lottery is offering two tenders for one or more operators, or one or more consortia, to be granted an eight-year contract for the management of games from 1 January 2023, which can be extended by two additional years under certain conditions.
The first tender covers fixed odds and pool betting, including betting on virtual competitions, with the exception of betting on horse and greyhound racing, while the second tender concerns lotteries, instant lotteries of a sporting nature and raffles.
Interested parties are able to submit bids for individual tenders or for both by 4 April.
Intralot has been powering MDJS since 2010 and signed a new eight-year deal in June 2019. This was amended last March, with both parties agreeing to reduce the duration of the contract as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
MDJS was created in 1962 and supports Moroccan sports by donating all profits to the country’s National Sports Development Fund (FNDS).
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