affirms environmental responsibility through new feature

June 21, 2023
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Its paperless ticket option has currently reduced the number of paper play slips by more than five million.

Digital draw game and scratch ticket provider has implemented technology to replace paper lottery play slips with digital QR codes.

The company said that since debuting this feature last year, paper play slips have been reduced by more than five million.

This move is another step in’s efforts to create sustainable options for players and to “minimize its ecological footprint.” The group said it plans to offer its paperless platform nationwide.

“With a steadfast commitment to environmental stewardship, utilizes digital QR codes in its efforts to lead the way toward more sustainable business practices in the lottery industry and beyond,” the company said in a statement.

Company CEO Thomas Metzger elaborated further by saying, “By creating innovative tech-focused solutions and implementing these eco-friendly practices, is taking a pivotal step towards creating a greener future.”

He went on to add that creating environmentally responsible technology has been a long-time focus for

“As a company seeking to develop services and platforms that benefit the communities we serve, is committed to continuing to prioritize and explore technology solutions that address our dedication to environmental sustainability.”

Through’s digital platform, players can purchase both scratch and draw-based lottery tickets on any mobile device. The system does not require customers to make a deposit or download an app to buy tickets.

The company also noted the QR code offers players added security when purchasing tickets, as well as faster processing and easy access.

In addition to reducing paper production, said it remains committed to finding various philanthropic causes that include the educational system and state-sponsored charities.


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