As part of its drive to modernise its lottery experience, Lotto Hessen will install more than 2,000 Scientific Games Contour.v terminals at Lotto Hessen retailers.
The new Contour.v terminals offer both clerk and player HD screens, contactless player interactions and mobile scanning.
Scientific Games already has a contract to update Lotto Hessen’s gaming system with its Symphony system.
Martin J. Blach, managing director for Lotto Hessen, said: “For 20 years, Lotto Hessen has successfully led with Scientific Games’ support to continually offer our retailers and players a modern lottery experience.
“The camera-based Contour.v terminals are part of our overall plan to continue innovating that experience and responsibly adapting to retail trends and consumer behaviour.”
Matthias Müller, VP of sales and marketing for Scientific Games, said: “The lottery ecosystem is increasingly complex and Scientific Games’ global innovation teams continue to respond with advanced retail and digital systems technology that we have become known for in the lottery industry. We have invested in the best camera-based terminal solution for international markets with the Contour.v technology.
“Our modular solutions and third-party integrations, coupled with state-of-the-art technology allow lotteries flexibility without diminishing quality and reliability. The Contour.v terminals signify a new era for Scientific Games with the most advanced optics and pattern recognition software.”