A Moroccan MDJS Becomes the First Lottery in Africa to Receive High Responsibility Gaming Standards.

The Moroccan provider of sports betting, gaming, and lottery, MDJS (an acronym in French that stands for "Le Marocain des Jeux et des Sports"), has become the first lottery in Africa to achieve the highest standards of responsible gambling: the European Certification for Responsible Lotteries, receiving level 4. These are excellent news for the continent, especially coming just a month after the African Gambling Summit, where the future of the African gaming market was discussed in detail. It could be seen as a promising sign of what the future may hold. Younes El Mechrafi, the CEO of MDJS, expressed his belief that responsible gambling and its recognition are the key to sustainable development in the industry. He added that lotteries exist worldwide primarily to shield players from illegal gambling, which is undoubtedly detrimental and increasingly prevalent, even in Morocco. Mechrafi further emphasized that achieving this distinction would not have been possible without the support of MDJS's partner, IntraLot.

About IntraLot

In 56 jurisdictions across all continents, IntraLot stands as a prominent company offering gaming software, payment processing solutions, and transaction systems. Its expertise extends to management solutions, casino games, and sports betting. In March 2010, the company secured an opportunity to spearhead the technical and commercial operations for two national lottery services in Morocco, namely MDJS and the National Lottery Management Society. As an active member in major international gambling associations, IntraLot continues to leave its mark in the industry.

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