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The deal in question has made the game provider one of Crown’s key partners.
Crown Agency has decided to rely on Scientific Games rival Manitoba – Pollard Banknote. During that time, the company produced nearly 80 percent of Crown’s instant ticket games. After two renewals with Manitovan suppliers, just recently the lottery decided to make the U.S. company Scientific Games a major ticket supplier.
Marc-André Doyen, vice president of Canadian affairs at Scientific Games, said the company and teams were very happy with the new contract with Crown. The company’s Montreal plant is one of five plants in the world. It is undoubtedly one of the safest places in the province, as visitors need to take security measures to gain access.
In his statement, Mr. Doyen compared the operation of the company that prints tickets to the company that prints money. As he said, government agencies around the world have placed the responsibility of printing tickets on providers. He noted that the company’s goal is to meet customers’ needs while maintaining the highest level.
The 11,000-square-foot plant supplies game companies around the world, including Australia, the United States, France and Hungary. It runs 51 weeks, 24 hours a year and produces more than 20 million scratch game tickets every day. And with the new arrangement, it is estimated that 20% of the work will now be devoted to royal institutions.
Scientific Games announced its latest contract with Crown in mid-July this year, making the company a major ticket supplier for the lottery. The two companies enjoy a perfect partnership as they have produced and delivered more than 4,500 instant game titles for Quebec companies in their 50-year collaboration.
Canada’s vice president also says the supplier invests heavily in research and development every year, which helps design tickets with recycled paper and more. He said Crown Agency is also recognized as a leader in innovation and producing new products, which is perfectly in line with suppliers’ policies and goals.
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And when it comes to innovation, the two companies recently won the Gutenberg Prize at the 40th Gala Gutenberg. This is related to their foliage plant or plant madness instant game, which is made from 100% recyclable paper.