La Française des Jeux (FDJ) has launched the Wizz by FDJ mobile application, which is a multiplayer real money gambling app available for players on iOS and soon on Android. The app is designed with prize pools of up to €100,000.
FDJ Doubles Down on New Digital Experiences
The new app will be available to players who are at least 18-year-old and the FDJ is targeting new generations of gamers who are seeking an innovative approach to gaming. In an official statement, the company noted:
The group is expanding the gaming experiences available in its digital catalog, with the aim of providing a diversified and responsible offer.
The Group wants to focus on delivering a responsible gambling offer that appeals to customers and maintains the best practices in the regulated market. Wizz will also feature the full catalog of FDJ games available on its digital platform. Players will use a specific currency that is obtained in the game, referred to as “tokens.”
Ten tokens are attributed to each account upon registration. The tokens can then be used to participate in a variety of instant games, to wit Insane Totem, Safe, and Zanzibar. There will also be the opportunity to use the tokens for a chance to convert them into real money with “The Wheel” or “La Roue,” where the €100,000 prize pool awaits.
Social Play and Responsible Gambling Elevate the Experience
Players are also able to purchase additional tokens from the built-in shop that allows them to get additional currency to play with. The price of the tokens will vary from €0.50 to €20 for packages that range from five tokens to 200 tokens. The app will add to the group’s efforts to create more diverse gaming experiences and remain in lockstep with the digital industry.
For the sake of convenience, Wizz and FDJ’s other platforms have been linked with a single wallet, adding more value to the overall offer, and making it simple for players to switch between their favorite gaming options provided by the Group.
FDJ has played a pivotal role in steering the French gambling market. The company added Nirio, a new payment option designed to help the Group assist with onboarding and payments.