International Game Technology (IGT) has further strengthened its standing in Europe via an agreement with the Société de la Loterie de la Suisse Romande (Loterie Romande).
The London-headquartered supplier will provide the Swiss National Lottery with cloud-based iLottery platform and ‘related components’, including its player account management (PAM) system.
Command, the PAM in question, is a ‘complete digital solution’ for player-centric functions and ‘game enablement’, as well as the IGT eDraw solution, IGT Pay.
Srini Nedunuri, IGT Senior Vice President, Global iLottery, said: “IGT’s cloud-based iLottery technology now offers Loterie Romande enhanced security and flexibility and the ability to deploy future system upgrades more quickly.
“Additionally, IGT’s iLottery platform offers a 360-degree player view and includes a full suite of player management features including, responsible gaming tools for the Lottery to further enrich the player experience, as well as drive growth.”
An international iLottery solutions provider, IGT is active across both North America and Europe, maintaining partnerships with a range of US state and European national lottery operators.
The agreement with LD closely follows the publication of the group’s Q2 trading update, which saw revenue increase 3% from $1.02bn to $1.06bn, although its igaming segment has been significantly outpacing its lottery division of late.