Jumbo to provide online software platform for Western Australia lottery

Internet online lottery business provider TMS Global Services, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Jumbo Interactive has signed an agreement with Lotterywest, the Western Australia state government-owned and operated lottery, to provide its online software platform and services for up to the next ten years.

Agreement signed with Lotterywest (release)

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