Four international bidders eyeing up lottery contract

Four international bidders are believed to be circling the sale of the National Lottery contract, with An Post also lining up to tender for the 20-year agreement.

3rd February, 2013
Marty Whelan and Geri May, presenters of National Lottery TV show Winning Streak.

Four international bidders are believed to be circling the sale of the National Lottery contract, with An Post also lining up to tender for the 20-year agreement.

Market sources said that the four interested parties preparing for the process were G-Tech, Scientific Games, Carlyle and Camelot, which has previously been linked to the lottery.

It has been speculated that the contract could be worth around €400 million and the government has indicated that the money...

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