The agreement, through its Lottnal subsidiary, will see China LotSynergy supply 1,200 computer-generated ticket game (CTG) terminals as part of Henan Sports Lottery Administration Centre’s 2016 Sports Lottery CTG Terminal Procurement Programme.
This will be the second occasion where Lottnal has won a single batch bid, with a sales volume of over a thousand terminals, in Henan.
Lottnal’s first winning bid came back in 2015, when it was tasked with supplying 1,000 CTG terminals.
At the time Henan’s sports lottery ranked among the top five provincial markets in the country, with lottery sales exceeding RMB10bn (£1.18bn/€1.39bn).
“A second win in the supply of Sports Lottery CTG terminals, the only tender this year in Henan Province, reflects the group’s technological strength, high quality products, sustainable innovation and professional services,” China LotSynergy said.
“In the future, the group will continue to provide high quality products and services to Henan Sports Lottery Administration Centre by taking advantage of the group’s vertically integrated business model, endeavor to develop its business ranging from CTG to new media lottery and strive to make contributions to the Henan’s Sports Lottery market.”
The winning bid follows on from the company recording a revenue decrease for the first half of its 2021 financial year. China LotSynergy also appointed Wu Ying Ha as its new executive director and CEO earlier this year.