FDJ Gaming Solutions Inks Deal With Loterie Suisse Romande

FDJ Gaming Solutions, a leading B2B services and solutions provider, announced a new partnership with Loterie Suisse Romande, a company that operates and organizes sports betting and lotteries in France.

Loterie Romande Taps into FDJ’s Leading Platform

Under the terms of the new partnership, Loterie Romande will leverage FDJ Gaming Solutions’ leading Interactive Factory platform. This will enable the operator to offer exclusive iLottery content, as well as leading game titles from FDJ.

Our clients benefit from an attractive marketplace delivering competitive and high-quality portfolios of games and a unique ecosystem driving innovation.

Xavier Etienne, executive vice president at FDJ

Xavier Etienne, FDJ’s executive vice president, shared his excitement about the new partnership with Loterie Romande. He explained that the company’s business clients benefit from quality games offered via an innovative platform. Etienne pointed out that FDJ’s Interactive Factory platform offers unique advantages for lottery companies that operate in different markets. According to him, the innovative platform enables operators to develop games for different jurisdictions and leverage progressive jackpots. Last but not least, Etienne said the company remains committed to joining forces with more lotteries to deliver quality services.

Each time a new lottery connects, the value we deliver to each of our client increases dramatically,

added Etienne

Loterie Suisse Romande’s CEO, Jean-Luc Moner-Banet, added that the company selected FDJ as its partner because of its ability to deliver a wide range of quality content for a short time. At the same time, he pointed out that the company expects to see growth within the online vertical. In conclusion, Moner-Banet revealed that the company is excited to become one of FDJ’s partners.

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.

Jean-Luc Moner-Banet, CEO at Loterie Suisse Romande

FDJ Reports Strong Third Quarter

Only recently, FDJ Group released its financial results for the third quarter of 2022. The company reported strong performance during the quarter with revenue up 12% to €592 million ($576.6 million). A breakdown provided by the company reveals that its revenue from lottery games performed strongly during the quarter, marking an increase of 14% in revenue to €478 million ($465.5 million). On the other hand, revenue from sports betting hit €97 million ($94.5 million).

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