France’s FDJ to upgrade Eesti Loto portfolio

FDJ won a competitive tender to modernise the lottery
FDJ won a competitive tender to modernise the lottery

FDJ Gaming Solutions will upgrade the Estonian national lottery operator’s games.

Estonia.- FDJ Gaming Solutions, the B2B lottery subsidiary of France’s Groupe FDJ, has gained exclusive rights to upgrade Estonian national lottery operator Eesti Loto‘s portfolio of games.

FDJ won a competitive tender to modernise the lottery’s offering. It will provide Eesti with the new digital games suite powered by its Interactive Factory.

Riina Roosipuu, CEO of Eesti Loto, said: “The philosophy of the Eesti Loto is to act responsibly and innovatively. Following a competitive tender process FDJ Gaming Solutions came up with the most suitable business proposal and we are happy to start a cooperation with such a professional and innovative partner to launch an attractive digital game offer for our players.”

Pascal Blyau, CEO of FDJ Gaming Solutions France, said: “We are delighted to have been selected by Eesti Loto in a country where digital is everywhere, and we will work hand in hand to develop their business thanks to our continuous stream of innovative gaming content.

“This marks a further expansion of FDJ Gaming Solutions Interactive Factory to more lotteries in Europe where our presence is growing fast.”

Earlier this month, FDJ reported €1.08bn in net revenue for the first half, an increase of 29.5 per cent year-on-year. 

The figures come after the European Commission announced that it will investigate whether FDJ’s continued monopoly over lottery and retail betting in France violates European law.

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