Nine companies sign up for public consultation to explore Loteria Mineira games

Loteria de Minas received about nine applications from companies for an open public consultation, with the aim of improving processes and granting the right to exploit Loteria Mineira games.

The organizations will have until February 25th to complete and deliver their manifestations with improvements and suggestions already raised, which will be evaluated during the preparation of the technical documents of the bidding.

The companies that showed interest in the project were:

  • Sistema de Distribuição Lotérica LTDA (SDL);
  • Prohards Tecnologia;
  • Hebara Distribuidora de Produtos Elétricos;
  • Intralot do Brasil Comércio de Equipamentos e programas de computador;
  • MCE Intermediações e Negócios, Tulotero Colombia;
  • Autopel Automação e Informática;
  • International Gaming Technology Brasil Serviço de Dados;
  • AM&FPA Comércio de Equipamentos e programas de computador. 

The process must take place in the ‘International Public Tender’ modality, with the highest bidder type, for granting the concession of services for the exploration and operation of number lottery games, conventional (passive) and traditional lotteries, individual and immediate draw, in physical environment in the state of Minas Gerais.

Such concession agreement for the exploitation of games and lotteries will have a term of 15 years, with the possibility of being extended for the same period.

The expectations of the process for the exploration of Loteria Mineira

It is estimated that Loteria Mineira can raise around R$ 1.5 billion. Ronan Moreira, director of Loteria Mineira, an autarchy linked to the State Department of Finance (SEF/MG), comments that the participation of the projects exceeded expectations:

“It is a demonstration of total transparency of Loteria Mineira in an open, democratic process. Mainly because we managed to attract the attention of many companies, several of them known worldwide. This means that the institution is solid and, above all, that the state of Minas Gerais awakens the interest of major partners”.

According to Moreira, the additional resources earmarked for the State’s cash will be important for the financing of various programs that seek to promote social well-being in the most diverse areas:

“It is worth mentioning that the prize money ends up circulating in the local commerce itself. So, we are expecting a series of benefits related to this new contract for the exploration of games in Minas”, concluded the director of Loteria Mineira.