Lottopar faz parceria com loteria da Argentina
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Last Friday (19), in La Plata, capital of the State of Buenos Aires, the CEO of Lottopar, Daniel Romanowski and the president of the Instituto Provincial de Lotería y Casinos (IPLYC), of Buenos Aires, Gonzalo Raico Atanasoff, signed a protocol of intentions, at no financial cost to the state.

The partnership will bring broad benefits, such as the exchange of knowledge and information, the development of actions aimed at identifying the best practices in this segment.

Therefore, an improvement in the structuring and management of lottery games in general is expected.

Thus, the recently signed protocol of intentions highlights joint actions that will be developed, mainly in preventing, blocking and combating illegal gaming operators.

Of course, each one will be responsible for their part of the territory. Furthermore, the execution of projects, activities or events of mutual interest is also on the agenda.

Lottopar wants to further strengthen the betting market in Paraná

“For Lottopar, this partnership is important and will further strengthen the sports betting and lottery market in Paraná,” ​​said Lottopar’s CEO, Daniel Romanowski.

“For this reason, we are creating a link with one of the most developed countries in this sector and also with a long path already covered in good practices of safe and responsible gambling.

The Institute is a reference in South America. I am sure that we will continue to evolve together towards an increasingly stronger lottery market”, he added.

The president of the Instituto Provincial de Lotería y Casinos de Buenos Aires, Gonzalo Raico Atanasoff, also expressed his enthusiasm for the partnership. “Lottopar is a reference in management among state lotteries in Brazil.”

“Therefore, for the Institute, it is an honor and pride to seal this partnership. The doors are always open and soon we will get to know Lottopar’s operations up close”, he concluded,

The signing ceremony was attended by several important personalities, including:

  • Rafael Halila Neves, the technical director of Lottopar
  • Maria Laura Spinelli, systems director at IPLYC
  • Dr. Carla Albanece, administrative director also of IPLYC.