Twin River bids to run state lottery in partnership with Camelot

Twin River Management Group has announced a proposal to operate the R.I. Lottery contract, with a London-based company. PBN FILE PHOTO/STEPHANIE ALVAREZ EWENS
PROVIDENCE – Twin River Management Group announced Tuesday it has submitted an alternate proposal to operate the state lottery, pairing with a London-owned company that handles several state and European lotteries. The proposal by Camelot Lottery Solutions and Twin River, submitted to legislative leaders, is pitched as “a better deal for Rhode Island,” according to…

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  1. Camelot/Twin River proposal is a flop. Neither company possess the talent or ability to meet the the needs of the contract. Camelot runs the Irish Lottery and two state lotteries vs. IGT and it’s massive and successful portfolio. Is this a joke? Twin River best gets its act together and figure out how it was caught flat-footed by the opening of Encore in Everett, MA and lost patrons and revenue. It’s obvious that Twin Rivers management team took business courses at Trump University.