Skilrock Technologies joins WLA Contributors Program as a Gold Contributor.
Skilrock Technologies Pvt Ltd is pleased to announce that it has become a Gold Contributor in the World Lottery Association's (WLA) distinguished contributors program. This would accelerate Skilrock's rapidly expanding global footprints and consolidate our position as a leading technology services provider in the global lottery and gaming industry. This will also prove to be a key enabler for helping our Weaver platform provide a wider access to its diverse range of innovative solutions over mobile, Web, USSD and SMS that covers instant win, bingo, draw games, slots, rummy and sports betting besides the traditional retail solution covering a wide range of POS terminals. Jean-Luc Moner-Banet, WLA President remarked "We are very pleased to welcome Skilrock as a WLA Gold Contributor. India is the world's seventh largest economy and plays a unique role in the world lottery community - for example, it was the first country to mandate a minimum spend by companies on corporate social responsibility initiatives. The sharing of expertise and knowledge among WLA Associate Members and WLA Lottery Members is a cornerstone of the association. As such, lottery organizations around the globe stand to benefit significantly from Skilrock's perspective and know-how. We thank Skilrock for entrusting us with the privilege of serving them and look forward to working with them in the future." Mr.Sujit Lahiry, Executive Director at Skilrock Technologies Pvt. Ltd, said "It gives us immense pleasure to become a part of the esteemed WLA Gold Contributors program. As we seek to expand the nature of our partnership, this will prove to redefine the nature of our relationship with the global lottery community, where, we would not only like to showcase our unique technology solutions but also be at the forefront to contribute to best practices and sharing our knowledge and experiences with the members at large. About WLA - The World Lottery Association represents the interests of some 140 government-controlled lotteries from more than 70 countries with combined annual revenues in excess of $120 billion. As well as providing services to members to help them serve their markets better today and in the future, the WLA's missin includes promoting corporate social responsibility in lottery operations, improving the public's understanding of lotteries' role in society and responsible gaming issues, lobbying on behalf of its membership with the support of the regional lottery associations, developing partnerships with worldwide sports federations, and setting worldwide standards in such areas as security and risk management. The World Lottery Association was formed in August 1999 by combining AILE, the International Association of Toto and Lotto Organizations.