FDJ Gaming Solutions is the B2B international arm of Groupe FDJ and will provide ISBB with 2,000 terminals, alongside its application and management suite.
ISBB CTO Eli Ben Simon said: “We were happy with Elite as this terminal is camera-based and market-proven. Camera-based terminals are the new market standard in the industry.
“They are more flexible as they can read all kinds of documents such as coupons, tickets, mobile screens, ID cards etc. They also offer a transparent interaction with players and are more robust hence much cheaper to maintain.”
FDJ Gaming Solutions France CEO Pascal Blyau added: “ISBB has already run its multichannel betting business with our advanced betting platform technology for a decade and we are proud we were chosen to replace their previous equipment.
“For the terminal hardware, we work with Carrus Gaming, a strategic partner we have had for more than 20 years. With ISBB our partnership will exceed 75,000 camera-based terminals deployed and more than 300,000 terminals globally.”
Recently, FDJ Gaming Solutions partnered with Loterie Suisse Romande, to provide it with lottery content through its Interactive Factory platform.
The platform delivers content, services 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.