FDJ Gaming Solutions will supply this content through its Interactive Factory platform. The platform delivers content as well as service and support for multiple lottery game logics.
The platform is already used by LEIA, a lotteries entertainment and innovation alliance between Norsk Tipping, Svenska Spel, Danske Spil, Veikkus and FDJ Gaming Solutions.
Loterie Suisse Romande CEO Jean-Luc Moner-Banet said: “We have selected FDJ Gaming Solutions for their unique capacity to port our large game portfolio in a short period and to get exclusive content to support the growth of our online business.
“We are excited that we are joining a growing number of lotteries sharing the goal to foster open innovation, strengthen market position and boost digital growth in their domestic market.”
FDJ Gaming Solutions EVP Xavier Etienne added: “Our clients benefit from an attractive marketplace delivering competitive and high-quality portfolios of games and a unique ecosystem driving innovation.
“Interactive Factory is the perfect place for lotteries to pool stakes and boost progressive jackpots or develop multi-jurisdictional games. Each time a new lottery connects, the value we deliver to each of our clients increases dramatically.”
Earlier this week, FDJ Gaming Solutions’ parent company Groupe FDJ released a new lottery game enhancement with Scientific Games called iDecide.
IDecide gives instant scratch card players the option to continue playing after their initial game, offering them a digital game to potentially expand their winnings.