Morocco's regulator launches international call for new sports betting and lottery operator
La Marocaine des Jeux et des Sports (MDJS), a Moroccan state lottery that oversees the activity of sports betting and lotteries in the African country, announced Thursday the launch of an International Call for Tenders to appoint a new operator for the overall management and operation of its lottery, sports betting and other gaming activities.
The opening of the tenders is scheduled for April 4, 2022, before 10 a.m. at the headquarters of the MDJS in the city of Casablanca, as well as the submission of tender proposals.
Scheduled for an initial period of eight years, from January 1, 2023, the management contract remains extendable for two additional years under certain conditions.
The Call for Tenders is for a first batch of fixed odds sports betting and mutual betting, including betting on virtual competitions, with the exception of betting on horse and greyhound racing. The second lot involves lotteries, instant lotteries for a sporting nature, as well as raffles.
Tenders are also free to submit a tender for a single lot or for both. They may also be declared successful tenderers for two lots or a single one.
The documents to be provided must comply with the provisions of the consultation regulations, as indicated in the tender documents. Bidders may deliver their offers against receipt to the head office address, by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt or by letter sent by any express courier service. They can also submit them during the tender opening session to the chairman of the tender committee and before the start of the tender opening session.
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