What we believe in
Consolidated FundRs. 6,9B
National Solidarity FundRs. 552M
Total prize paymentRs. 15,6B
Retailer CommissionRs. 1,7B
No. of Retailers675
No. of Shareholders10,000+
No. of Employees120
To be the preferred gaming provider
To create and enhance stakeholder value through regulated gaming operations offered in a socially responsible manner
Our Guiding Principles
We are proud to adhere to the guiding principles of the Gamma group family. They are a succinct summation of what is meaningful to us in shaping our culture.
We earn our partners’ trust by maintaining a climate of truth, and we earn our partners’ respect through open communication and collaboration.
We believe in creating value through innovation, talent, and technology in order to break new ground.
We believe in long-term relationships founded on the principles of truth, loyalty, and transparency.
We want to lead by example and strive for high levels of consistency, accountability, and effectiveness.
In all of our decision-making, we adhere to impartiality and a fair process.
We have the courage to take risks in our pursuit of sustainable growth without compromising our performance.
We keep our promises and are accountable for our decisions and actions.
April 2008: Lottotech was incorporated by Gamma-Civic Ltd (“Gamma”) with the aim of operating lotteries and conducting general gaming operations.
July 2008: Lottotech becomes the preferred bidder to become the ‘Lottery Operator’ of the Mauritius National Lottery.
August 2008: Lottotech appoints GTECH as its exclusive technology partner for the deployment and operation of the Mauritius National Lottery.
April 2009: The Gambling Regulatory Authority (GRA) grants Lottotech the licence to operate the Mauritius National Lottery exclusively for a period of 10 years.
October 2009: Lottotech launches La Loterie Nationale in Mauritius and Rodrigues offering the sale of lottery games through an initial network of 542 retailers.
March 2014: Lottotech is converted into a public company.
April 2014: Lottotech announces the offering of 85,000,000 ordinary shares for sale to the general public through the Stock Exchange of Mauritius. The initial share subscription period was opened from May 5 to May 16, 2014.
June 2014: The trading of Lottotech’s shares on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius officially begins.
June 2018: Lottotech expands its operations! Following a mediation decision, Lottotech was granted two more lottery games: a second weekly Loto draw and the Loterie Vert brand.
April 2019: Lottotech acquires ‘Pool Joseph Merven Ltd’, thus becoming the exclusive distributor of The Footballs Pools UK products in the African Region. This opportunity allowed the company to diversify its portfolio with international sports betting games.
Sept 2019: Lottotech, as a member of the World Lottery Association, achieves the highest level of Responsible Gaming (RG) certification. It reached Level 4, which represents a continuous improvement of its RG program.
October 2020 : As part of its changing the gaming landscape strategy, Lottotech acquires Loterie Vert. Lottotech introduces a new gaming concept in Mauritius and Rodrigues.
At Lottotech, we believe that Magic Works with People
Board of Directors
The Board is responsible for steering, monitoring and overseeing the business and activity of the Company in order to safeguard and enhance its total value and returns.
Audit and Risk Committee
THE PRIMARY FUNCTION OF THE AUDIT AND RISK COMMITTEE IS TO ASSIST THE BOARD OF LOTTOTECH LTD IN THE FOLLOWING KEY AREAS:
- Review and assess the adequacy of the company’s financial reporting, ensure appropriate implementation and amendment of accounting policies, identification and management of financial risks, internal control systems and internal audit, and statutory and regulatory compliance;
- Review and assess the adequacy of the Company’s risk management systems to ensure there is a sound of risk oversight, risk management and internal control framework, that is in accordance with the principles of the Code of Corporate Governance for Mauritius.
- Formulation of recommendations on identification and management of risks while providing a forum for effective communication between the Board and the external and internal auditor. Both of these auditors are required to report to the Audit and Risk Committee.