FSB integrates Lottoland’s jackpot portfolio for definitive product suite – Award-winning platform provider ties up new deal with leading lotteries operator
London, 29th January 2019 – Award-winning platform provider FSB has announced a new deal, partnering up with leading bet-on-lotteries operator Lottoland.
Under the terms of the agreement, all Lottoland’s games are now available to FSB’s partners, who can enjoy effortless access via the pioneering platform to Lottoland’s popular jackpot lottery products.
This partnership seamlessly integrates Lottoland’s instant-win and jackpot lottery betting-game client in order that FSB partners can take bets from players on jaw-dropping jackpots, while Lottoland underwrites the risk on any pay-outs. This leading solution gives operators the opportunity to harness the unique acquisition and retention qualities of the largest jackpots around.
FSB’s proprietary platform, which features real-time algorithmic pricing models for sportsbook, together with CRM tools for player segmentation and bonusing, also includes live casino and a full stack of casino games from the industry’s most trusted suppliers to further enhance the proposition.
Richard Thorp, FSB’s Business Development Director, said: “We’re thrilled to team up with a brand as renowned as Lottoland, one of the most innovative and progressive forces in online lotto. As the market evolves, it’s becoming increasingly critical to harness the ability to offer huge jackpots which enhance the playability of our games suite, and this partnership with Lottoland secures that future.
“Our platform is raising the bar for engaging product portfolios, driving the sector forward via creative features for online, mobile and retail. Needless to say, Lottoland’s games are a natural fit. We’re committed to providing the very best quick-strike games that entertain and engage players, and Lottoland’s flexibility and ramping jackpot limits set them apart in our book.”
Michael Bogie, Director at Lottoland Solutions, added: “As the world leaders in the online bet-on-lotteries, it’s important to partner with platforms whose elasticity and scope match our own ambitions, delivering our ever-expanding array of jackpot and instant-win games to the broadest audience. FSB’s pioneering software performs across all channels, as their track record attests, so it’s a great to be working with them.”
FSB was recently crowned Sportsbook Supplier of the Year at the SBC Awards 2018.
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London-based FSB (www.fsbtech.com) has created the industry’s most scalable, flexible, and efficient sports betting and gaming platform. Utilised by operators on four continents, the modern technology is designed for the demands of live betting and a fragmented regulatory landscape, providing light physical deployments worldwide backed by centralised control systems. Available as a fully-managed service or an enterprise solution, the system allows partners to use FSB’s software platform to run their own business the way they want. The platform is integrated with the industry’s best casino games suppliers. FSB provides brands with everything needed to run a responsible sports betting and gaming business, complete with full reporting, social responsibility tools, bonusing tools, segmentation, payments and data analytics.
Lottoland has grown rapidly to become a world leader in online lotto betting. Innovation, coupled with the freedom to offer players a unique and enhanced lottery-themed experience, has been key to the company’s success. In June 2018, Lottoland paid out €90 million to one lucky winner in Germany – this win has been confirmed by Guinness World Records as the Largest online gambling payout. This is also the biggest payout for Lottoland to date. The Gibraltar-based business is active in 13 markets, has over 350 employees, and more than 8 million customers worldwide. Lottoland is licensed and regulated by the Government of Gibraltar, the UK Gambling Commission, the Republic of Ireland National Excise License Office, the Agenzia delle Dogane e dei Monopoli in Italy and the Northern Territory’s Racing Commission in Australia.