If you’re like me and you’d only heard of Lithuania in passing in school history classes whilst the focus on the goal of the getting a phone number from the girl you considered “the one,” then the latest news is unlikely to phase you a massive amount, however, it does have certain ramifications for the bustling European gambling bandwagon.
Lithuanian lottery provider, Olifeja, who are responsible for 95% of lottery operations within the country, have signed a deal with Greek gaming software developer Intralot, specifically their Interactive division. The agreement will be in place for three years, with an option available to Olifeja to extend it for further two if they’re pleased with how it’s going, and if the mother approves.
Olifeja currently had a network of1800 non-dedicated points of sale, also offering televised bingo and keno along with lotto, and instant titles as well as online bingo.
Antanas Muraska, managing director of Olifeja, was understandably delighted with the deal, and commented: “It is Intralot’s global experience, expertise and pioneering technology that led us to our decision to select it as our new partner.
“We are sure that, together with Intralot Interactive, we will offer exciting interactive games and we will soon become leader of the interactive gaming market in Lithuania.”