Scientific Games has introduced the company’s new camera-based lotto retailer technology to LOTTO Bremen in Germany.
The company says that its Contour.v technology elevates the lottery retail experience “beyond reliability to maximum transactional transparency.”
Contour.v terminals and the cloud-based Symphony terminal management system will be installed at LOTTO Bremen retailers across Bremen,
“Moving to more advanced lottery terminals across the Lotto Bremen network brings us another step closer to modernizing the lottery experience with Scientific Games, our longtime technology provider,” said Michael Barth, managing director for Bremer Toto-Lotto GmbH. “We are confident that this is a very positive move that will be well-received by our retailers and players.”
Lotto Bremen is the first in-market implementation of Contour.v. Offering both clerk and player HD screens, contactless player interactions and mobile features, the Contour.v terminals represent Scientific Games’ new-era optical technology. Contour.v was innovated by the company as part of its newest line of high-performance Contour terminals to meet evolving market demand in integrated lottery retail and digital environments.
“As our first Contour.v terminal and Symphony terminal management system customer in Germany, we applaud Lotto Bremen on its innovative vision and leadership in Germany toward modernizing the lottery retail experience,” said Matthias Müller, VP of strategic sales and marketing for Scientific Games.