NLA Licenses Game Park Limited
The National Lottery Authority (NLA) has signed on Game Park Limited as a third-party collaborator, a statement from management of the authority has said, informing its patron, the general public and stakeholders.
Game Park Limited, according to the NLA, has therefore been licensed to operate lottery in Ghana.
This is coming after Supreme Ventures Limited (SVL) extended its operations to the African continent, specifically West Africa, Ghana.
Through this new development, SVL has reached an agreement for the exclusive provision of management and technical services to Game Park Limited.
The ceremony to issue the license to Game Park by the governing board of the authority, was held yesterday Wednesday, April 26, 2023.
Supreme Ventures Limited, a premier gaming and entertainment provider in Jamaica and the Caribbean at large, is the technical service provider of Game Park Limited. Supreme Ventures Limited has been listed on the Jamaican Stock Exchange, since 2006.
It has provided exciting game products and solutions to the market through its extensive distribution network for over 20 years.
The National Lottery Authority is excited to partner with Game Park Limited to introduce innovative and exciting games for its patrons, while increasing its revenue. In addition, Game Park Limited offers great business opportunities through its operations for agents nationwide.
Present at the signing ceremony was the chairman of the NLA Governing Board, His Eminence Torgbui Francis Nyonyo, the Director General of the NLA, Mr. Samuel Awuku, several board members and the management of the authority.
The executive director of Game Park Limited, Madam Bibi Bright, and the chairman of Supreme Ventures Limited, Mr. Gary Peart, were also present.
Game Park Limited will, in the coming days, launch its game to begin its operations.
The Anchor gathered that Game Park will be the promoter of Pick 1, also known as Cash Pot, and Pick 4 lottery games in Ghana.