A process to privatize Brazil’s instant lottery market marks an historic turning point for the country’s stunted gambling sector but a challenge for potential operators who will need to work out how to account for future gaming expansion in their bids, experts say.
Brazil enters the home straight of the process this week when officials stage a public hearing in Rio de Janeiro today on plans to sell off an exclusive instant lotteries concession, before kicking off a series of international investor road shows to market the opportunity.
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