Scottish Children’s Lottery selects German tech firm to supply lottery OS

Scottish Children’s Lottery selects German tech firm to supply lottery OS

The Scottish Children’s Lottery has tapped Germany-based The Quality Group – Lottery Technology Systems GmbH (TQG-LTS) as its lottery operating system provider.

Under the agreement, the Scottish Children’s Lottery will operate on the TQG-LotterySuite standard software. According to the TQG-LTS, the system manages the entire gaming process, including the calculation of operating wins and the payouts to the players.

The TQG-LotterySuite is connected to various external services, such as DataCash for payment transactions and the CallCredit service for player identification. The charity lottery will also integrate a range of e-instant games into the system, which is hosted by TQG-LTS in a UK-based ISO27001 certified data centre.

“Within the project, the standard software has been updated to meet current British requirements. Additionally a target-audience-specific user interface has been implemented according to the TQG Responsive Design Frameworks in accordance with the UK Gambling Commissions’ latest requirements,” Karsten Hagemeister, COO and head of business development at TQG, said in a statement.

“The TQG-LotterySuite guarantees a secure gaming operation and an optimal customer approach. TQG really understands lotteries and the implementation of the platform for the Scottish Children’s Lottery was completed in a highly professional manner. We look forward to working with TQG on this exciting new venture,” said John Catnach, head of technology at Scottish Children’s Lottery.