NOVOMATIC Lottery Solutions chosen to supply new innovative games to Norsk Tipping
NOVOMATIC Lottery Solutions (NLS), a modern full-service lottery supplier, has been chosen by Norsk Tipping to supply more than half of the “New Innovative Games” Norsk Tipping requested through a recent mini competition. NLS, together with its partner Gamevy Inc., will supply the Norwegian Lottery with a total of six innovative e-Instant games.
“We are thrilled that once again our offering has proven to be the best fit for Norsk Tipping’s sophisticated online games portfolio. NLS and Gamevy each proposed five innovative game concepts to Norsk Tipping in this mini-competition and each won three. This is a great validation of NLS’ strategy to both create innovative game content in-house and partner with leading industry suppliers such as Gamevy. The end result of this approach for Norsk Tipping players is more innovative games that will reach a younger target audience and ignite player excitement” –commented Pall Palsson, Director of Product Management at NLS.
This win falls within the contract that NLS signed with Norsk Tipping in March 2017, following a competitive tender procedure. Under the terms of the contract, NLS supports the growth and diversity of lottery’s e-Instant portfolio and provides business development expertise in the area of interactive games.
NLS is a full solution alternative vendor for international lottery markets. NLS delivers games and services using state-of-the-art technology that allows for easy integration with any 3rd party systems and games. The NLS system supports all sales channels simultaneously, creating a truly Omni-channel offering while at the same time increasing lottery revenues and returns to good causes. With ISO 27001 certification, WLA Security Control Standard Certification and numerous lottery audits, NLS solutions guarantee the highest levels of security and reliability. NLS is part of the NOVOMATIC Group with around 30,000 employees and activities in more than 75 countries. NLS was established in 2014 after the acquisition of Icelandic lottery provider Betware and quickly became a major player in the international lottery business.