Scientific Games Signs Technology Agreement with Germany’s LOTTO Hessen

By | October 14, 2021
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Scientific Games Corporation has signed a new technology agreement with its long-time lottery partner LOTTO Hessen in Wiesbaden, located in central Germany.

Under the deal, Scientific Games will launch its new SYMPHONY gaming systems technology with Lotto Hessen, migrating the AEGIS gaming system it currently provides to the operator.

Scientific Games, Europe’s largest lottery technology and business solutions provider, will serve LOTTO Hessen with software support from its tech facility in Vienna, Austria.

The Symphony system will support new game entertainment and new distribution channels as Lotto Hessen seeks to expand its online channels and introduce new gaming verticals.

In the first phase of the modernisation plan, Scientific Games’ OGS Open Gaming System will connect to LOTTO Hessen’s internet system to give players throughout Germany access to a world-class online gaming experience directly via the Lottery’s website, in accordance with the regulatory framework.

“This is an important new era for LOTTO Hessen, with new business opportunities on a road paved by regulatory options from 2021 onwards. Thanks to Scientific Games’ agile, modular system design, we will be able to consolidate our wide spectrum of games and services and offer them to our players in a streamlined platform. This new agreement with Scientific Games enhances our strategic partnership, with the goal to strengthen LOTTO Hessen’s leading market position and enable future growth,” Dr. Heinz-Georg Sundermann, Managing Director of LOTTO Hessen, said.

“We thank LOTTO Hessen for their continued trust in our systems technology leadership with our SYMPHONY and OGS systems. We will continue to provide the best products that drive the most profits for our lottery customers, their retailers and players with technology that securely integrates all game entertainment product lines and offers operational efficiencies,” Scientific Games Lottery Group Chief Executive Pat McHugh said.

Matthias Müller, Vice President Sales & Marketing, International Lottery Systems for Scientific Games, said: “SYMPHONY is Scientific Games’ digital business and gaming platform developed with a revolutionary architectural approach to modernize today’s lotteries. SYMPHONY provides self-contained systems that can be deployed more efficiently than other systems, and it is a great choice to deliver LOTTO Hessen’s future growth.”

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