AGTech Holdings has won three lottery tenders to supply terminals to the China Sports Lottery in the provinces Guangxi, Jilin and Hunan, representing approximately 45 percent of total requested lottery terminal units.
In a statement, the company said it has over 66,900 lottery terminal units manufactured by GOT currently in use today, GOT has nearly half of China Sports Lottery’s lottery hardware terminal market share nationwide.
“We are pleased that our hardware division’s continued dedication to the China lottery industry is reaffirmed with the winning of the year’s first three lottery hardware tenders, as GOT continues to strive for excellence in safety, compliance and innovation in the production and research and development of lottery hardware, further contributing to the healthy development of the Chinese lottery market as a whole,” AGTech Chairman and CEO John Sun said.
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