Camelot LS looks to expand e-instant reach with new RGS

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Camelot Lottery Solutions, the B2B arm of UK National Lottery operator Camelot, has launched a proprietary remote gaming server (RGS), which will be used to make its portfolio of online instant win games available to lotteries in all regulated jurisdictions.

Camelot Lottery Solutions, the B2B arm of UK National Lottery operator Camelot, has launched a proprietary remote gaming server (RGS), which will be used to make its portfolio of online instant win games available to lotteries in all regulated jurisdictions.

The business already supplies its products to a number of European lotteries, and will look to build on this further through the new RGS, which can run as a cloud-based solution or on physical premises.

It includes a random number generator implementation that has been certified by testing lab Gaming Laboratories International.

“Our games studio has been producing and delivering leading game content to major European lotteries like the UK National Lottery, Irish National Lottery and Loterie Romande for many years,” Camelot Lottery Solutions chief technology officer Brett Cross said. “Now with our RGS and data platforms we have industry leading content distribution and analytical capability.


“I’m excited that we are now able to give our customers immediate delivery of standout games that will help keep players engaged and increase net proceeds for good causes.”

The supplier’s head of gaming Leon Eaton added that through its work with lottery partners, it had developed a portfolio of more than 150 games.

“The development of our RGS enables our games to be integrated with any third party host, therefore I’m both delighted and excited at the opportunity to more widely distribute our market leading games portfolio to new lotteries around the world.” 

Camelot LS’ portfolio includes a range of content designed for the US market, where it works with partners including the Illinois Lottery and Arkansas Scholarship Lottery.

This, the supplier said, would provide content for lotteries as they take advantage of regulatory changes to expand online and diversify their offerings.

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