Gambling operator Intralot has just signed an extension to its gaming monitoring partnership with New Zealand’s Department of Internal Affairs (DIA).
The three-year agreement, arranged by Intralot’s New Zealand subsidiary, will run from 2022 up to 2025, with the option of an additional year.
Under the agreement, the operator will continue to provide its Electronic Monitoring Services (EMS) for accounting, reporting, auditing and securing management of New Zealand’s Class 4 gaming venues.
EMS allows users to track and monitor gaming machine operations in clubs and pubs, which, according to Intralot, helps ensure the integrity of games and promote accuracy in financial reporting.
“The extension of our partnership is an endorsement of our successful cooperation in implementing a high-quality operating service performance out of EMS,” Chris Dimitriadis, Intralot Group chief executive, said.
“Our world-class solution, designed according to Gaming Association standards, serves the most demanding regulatory enviroments and we are committed to continue supporting DIA on establishing a responsible gaming environment for the local player community,” he added.
The agreement comes after Intralot also signed an extension to its partnership with Nederlanse Loterij in July. The operator will now provide Netherland’s state lottery operator a sports betting platform.
Last month, Intralot also reported a 55.5% year-on-year decline in revenue for the first six months of 2020. The operator said that its B2B and B2C operations were badly affected from ongoing struggles in Turkey and Bulgaria.