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AGTech GOT Technology supplies C8 to SLAC

Chinese sports lottery software and systems developer AGTech Holdings has announced that its Beijing subsidiary AGTech GOT Technology has won a tender to supply C8 sports lottery terminals to the Guizhou Sports Lottery Administration Centre (SLAC).

The website said that AGTech GOT, which will share business with multiple other suppliers, will provide approximately three-quarters of the total allocation to the SLAC.

The news come shortly after AGTech GOT won a similar deal in May in the eastern Anhui province of the country. As a result of the recent deals, the company now supplies more than half of the 130,000 authorised sports lottery terminals situated throughout China.

In January, AGTech GOT also agreed a deal for the delivery of 580 C8 lottery terminals to South African horseracing operator Gold Circle.

AGTech is also still waiting for the Chinese government to approve the national rollout of its Lucky Racing virtual sport betting game, a joint venture with UK bookmaker Ladbrokes that is only currently available in Hunan province.