iGaming Business – Turkish mobile phone operator Turkcell has announced it will not participate in a tender for the country’s national lottery despite having reportedly considered a joint proposal with gaming and lottery operator Intralot.
Turkcell’s majority-owned subsidiary Inteltek and fully-owned subsidiary Talih Kuşu had made a prequalification application for the tender, in partnership with Intralot.
The mobile phone operator confirmed in a statement that following an evaluation of the proposal, its board of directors had decided not to give a bidding offer.
However, according to the Paralimani.com website, Intralot will now seek a new partner to submit a bid for the tender.
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European Lotteries welcomes committee report From iGaming Business
National lottery umbrella organisation European Lotteries has welcomed the publication of a report into online gambling that was adopted on Thursday by the European Parliament’s Internal Market and Consumer Protection committee.
The representative for some […]