Lottery

OLG seeks advice for new player platform

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The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) in Canada has launched a Request for Information (RFI) for information and advice from the market on a new player platform.

The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) in Canada has launched a Request for Information (RFI) for information and advice from the market on a new player platform.

In a statement outlining the initiative, OLG said the RFI is an “early step” in a wider plan to develop and implement a revised modernisation approach to lottery gaming.

OLG added that the project will ensure its technology and solutions are responsive to customer demands.

“OLG is exploring how upgrades to its current technology infrastructure can improve the ways it connects with customers online and at retail,” OLG added in a statement.

“A new player platform would add to OLG’s existing digital presence by enhancing capability in areas like player registration, responsible gambling controls and player accounts.

“Through modernisation, OLG is seeking a way to unlock opportunities to create greater value for Ontario within a framework of social responsibility.”

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