Scientific Games wins Gutenberg Award

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Scientific Games and Canadian lottery partner Loto-Quebec have won a prestigious Gutenberg Award at the 40th Annual Gala Gutenberg for the Folie des Plantes (Plant Madness) game produced on 100 per cent recyclable paper.

Plant Madness is one of the first lottery instant games in the world produced by the company on 100 per cent recyclable fibre for Loto-Quebec in 2021.

The Gutenberg Awards are the Quebec printing industry’s premier event, highlighting the talent, creativity and know-how of printing craftsmen. This year, the Gutenberg Awards added a category focused on sustainability with reusable and recyclable products.

The picture shows, from left to right: Scientific Games Montreal’s Robert Boulay, Richard Gratton, Lorraine Goyette and Marc-Andre Doyon accept the award.

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