Scientific Games signs retail German lottery deal as part of new contract

By Gambling Insider

The state lottery in Bremen, Germany, is aiming to modernise its retail experience via Scientific Games.

As part of a new contract with the Bremer Toto-Lotto, Scientific Games will provide it with new products and systems.

In addition, the supplier will provide a cloud-based symphony terminal management system and software maintenance.

The two have a long history of working together, with Scientific Games supplying the lottery with technology for more than 25 years; it currently provides Bremer Toto-Lotto with games, a digital lottery subscription program and a central gaming system.

Matthias Müller, Managing Director Germany for Scientific Games, said: “As our first Symphony Edge terminal software and Symphony terminal management system customer in Germany, we applaud Bremer Toto-Lotto GmbH on its innovative vision and leadership in Germany toward modernising the lottery retail experience." 

Michael Barth, Managing Director for Bremer Toto-Lotto GmbH, added: “Moving to more advanced lottery terminals across our network brings us yet another step closer to modernising the lottery experience with Scientific Games, our trusted, longtime technology provider.

"We are confident this is a very positive move that will be well-received by our retailers.”

Scientific Games currently supplies all 16 lotteries in Germany.

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