The newly appointed provider plans to bring its Orako sportsbook and player account management solution to 2,600 retail outlets in Taiwan. This system will also be available online and on mobile channels to support their omnichannel approach. The agreement by the Taiwan consortium will cover the delivery of equipment to all retail stores, including customized lottery terminals, printers, and multimedia displays for live sports and betting information. Sportradar has established a team in Taipei to provide operational support. The consortium, which previously secured the Third Sports Lottery License from the Taiwan government, includes ADATA Technology, Taiwan Sports Lottery Company, and China Trust Bank. Sportradar CEO Carsten Koerl expressed confidence in their ability to operate successfully as part of the consortium and deliver a high-quality and consistent experience for Sports Lottery customers. Taiwan Sports Lottery Company president Ted Lin noted that the aim of these initiatives is to redefine the sports betting experience in Taiwan by leveraging the expertise of Sportradar and their track record in working with established lottery providers globally.
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