Greece’s Intralot SA has filed a writ with the Victoria Supreme Court alleging that the state unfairly favored Tatts Group Ltd. in issuing lottery
distribution licenses. Intralot alleges that Tatts was wrongly allowed to restrict agents’ promotion of Intralot products.
Despite the legal claims, Victoria last month named Intralot’s local subsidiary as the preferred provider to implement a pre-commitment system for 27,500 electronic gambling machines in the state. The system, that would run from 2015 to 2027, would allow players to choose to preset limits on their gaming losses.