Gaming and betting solutions company LVS has appointed Jean Christophe as its new chief executive.
Christophe takes over the Française des Jeux (FDJ) subsidiary as it seeks to expand and improve its omni-channel Advanced Betting Platform (ABP) sportsbook solution within 25,000 shops in France and other jurisdictions.
The company said that its ABP, which is also used by Santa Casa da Misericordia de Lisboa in Portugal and the Israeli Sports Betting Board, can achieve in excess of 30,000 transactions per minute – or 500 per second.
“LVS has proved the high performance of its key product: the ABP, a solution designed on recent, yet proven, technologies,” Christophe said.
“Since 2010, LVS has turned ABP from a pure online betting platform into a future-proofed omni-channel platform.
“With its track record, I trust that LVS will succeed in this new project for FDJ.”
LVS’s ABP enables bets on numerous sports and markets, live betting, multiple price lines on digital and retail channel, state of the art risk management and has also been extended to lottery games.
“With market concentration and digitalisation, betting operations will require high performance omni-channel solutions,” Christophe said.
“This is why LVS is focusing its efforts on turning ABP into the best performing and most scalable betting technology on the market.
“LVS is now capable of addressing the needs of the largest bookmakers and WLA operators with modern, open, omni-channel technology.”