Intralot Breeches TV Bingo Contract

Published Thursday, May 28, 2009 -

"This is the first time in Victoria the Government has ever fined a lottery licence holder,' said Tony Robinson, Gaming Minister for the southern state of Victoria in Australia. The Athens headquartered developer and supplier of gambling and transaction processing systems, Intralot, has been fined for breeching it's contract with the Victoria Government.

Intralot Australia gained a ten-year license in 2007 to run a live, state-wide bingo game with the tickets to be sold at retailers throughout the state. Because there were not any television networks willing to air the programme at the set time of eight o'clock in the evening on Sundays the company moved the drawing of the numbers to a Melbourne radio station 3AW.

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