A call for a fair, open and accountable Atlantic Lottery Corporation!
HALIFAX, Oct. 1 /CNW/ - An awareness campaign called LottoFairness.ca
will be launched tomorrow calling on the Atlantic Lottery Corporation
(Atlantic Lotto) to be more open, transparent and accountable to Atlantic
On May 28, 2007, Atlantic Lotto launched iBingo, a new online bingo game
currently advertised on television.
Contrary to the Atlantic Procurement Agreement, Atlantic Lotto never
announced a search for a company to provide iBingo, never initiated a public
tendering process for iBingo, and (to date) has not publicly identified the
Swedish company to which it now pays millions of dollars for iBingo.
Atlantic Canadians own Atlantic Lotto!
Canadian companies from Atlantic Canada and away have a right to know
about and compete for multi-million dollar Atlantic Lotto contracts.
Atlantic Canadians have a right to know their money is spent responsibly
- that Atlantic Lotto is demanding the best price for the best service from
Atlantic Canadian politicians have a duty to hold Atlantic Lotto to
public account for the way it carries on business.
LottoFairness.ca: Public Business is the Public's Business!
WHO: Scott White, President, Parlay Entertainment
A Canadian company, Parlay is the world's leading developer and
dominant licensor of Internet bingo products and services, and was
the first company in the world to develop and deploy a commercial
Internet bingo product.
WHAT: Scott White will outline for the media and interested parties his
concerns about Atlantic Lotto's procurement procedures in the
iBingo case, and explain the goals of the LottoFairness.ca
awareness campaign he is launching.
WHEN: Tuesday, October 2, 2007
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.
WHERE: World Trade and Convention Centre
Suite 305, Level 3
1800 Argyle Street, Halifax
For further information:
For further information: RSVP: Michael Dunn, (902) 229-5378