AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersPayton ChesterThe 13-year-old from Newport Beach had been a member of the Mambas for some time. She was in eighth grade at St. Margaret’s Episcopal School.John AltobelliResidence: Newport BeachThe 56-year-old was traveling with his wife, Keri, and daughter, Alyssa. Better known as “Coach Alto,” he was in his 28th season coaching baseball at Orange Coast College.Keri AltobelliThe Newport Beach mother of two and step-mother of one, was traveling with her husband, John, and daughter Alyssa.Alyssa AltobelliThe Newport Beach 13-year-old was a member of the Mambas. She was an eighth grader at Ensign Intermediate. Orange County is mourning the loss of nine residents who died when the helicopter crash Sunday morning. Click on the links to learn a little bit more about each person.Kobe BryantThe 41-year-old Los Angeles Lakers legend who lived in Newport Beach was flying with his daughter to a basketball tournament.Gianna BryantThe 13-year-old from Newport Beach, who was nicknamed Gigi, was flying with her father, Kobe, to a basketball tournament. She was point guard for the Orange County-based Mambas, an elite travel basketball team. Gianna was in the eighth grade.Sarah ChesterThe 45-year-old Newport Beach mother of three was flying in the helicopter with her daughter, Payton. She was an alum of La Serna High School. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Ara ZobayanThe Huntington Beach 50-year-old was piloting the helicopter. He often flew Bryant as a private pilot and was also an instructor.Christina MauserThe 38-year-old from Huntington Beach was a coach at Harbor Day School in Corona del Mar and Bryant’s top assistant coach on the Mambas. She leaves behind husband, Matt, and their children.We are providing free access to this article. Please consider supporting local journalism like this by subscribing here.Sign up for the Purple and Bold newsletter for complete Lakers coverage delivered 3 days a week. Subscribe here.
6th July 2018 | By contenteditor AGTech wins lottery software contract in major Chinese province Lottery software and system developer AGTech has won a contract to provide lottery hardware support for the sports lottery in China’s Jiangsu province, which is home to more than 80 million people.The tech company’s subsidiary, Beijing AGTech GOT Technology (GOT), won the bid, with the tender managed by the Jiangsu Provincial Sports Lottery Administration Centre.Enquiries to AGTech to clarify the length of the agreement were not immediately returned.The deal will build on recent contract wins for AGTech in a number of other provinces, including Guangxi, Guizhou, Hebei, Henan, Hunan, Jilin and Shanghai. Jiangsu includes major cities such as Nanjing.“In the first half of 2018, GOT has already won tenders in various provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions across China, further reaffirming our hardware division’s continued dedication to and leading position in China’s lottery industry,” AGTech chairman and chief executive John Sun said.“AGTech has and will continue to enhance product innovation, safety and research and development compliance to contribute to the overall healthy development of China’s lottery market.”The expansion of AGTech’s hardware and distribution services across China has been a key goal of the company since it was acquired by e-commercia giant Alibaba two years ago.Earlier this week, iGamingBusiness.com reported that Chinese betting on the FIFA World Cup via the country’s sports lottery could be worth $7.5bn (€6.5bn).Image: Ozonefrance Email Address AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Topics: Lottery Tech & innovation Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Regions: China AGTech has won a major sports lottery contract in China’s Jiangsu province Lottery