Société de la Loterie de la Suisse Romande

Address: Avenue de Provence 14 1007 Lausanne, Switzerland
Postal Address: P.O. Box 6744 1002 Lausanne, Switzerland
Phone: +41 21 348 13 13
Fax: +41 21 348 13 14
Lottery created in: 1937
Gross gaming revenue in 2018: 388 million (CHF)
# employees 275
President: Jean-René Fournier
Managing Director: Jean-Luc Moner-Banet
Games Offered: Astro, Bingo, Cado, Carton, Dico, Drapo, Match, CD Games, Magot, Megalo, Million, Mini Casino, Podium, Poule TV, Pyramido , Rento, Solo, Texto , Ticket, Tribolo, Yapafoto, Lotto sat/wed, Joker, Extra Joker, Banco, Banco Jass, Lotoexpress 5 min., Loterie electronique, Euro Millions, Pmur
Jurisdiction: Switzerland

About Société de la Loterie de la Suisse Romande

The lottery of French-speaking Switzerland Society was created in 1937 by the cantonal Governments of Vaud, Valais, Fribourg, Neuchâtel and Geneva.
The canton of the Jura joined them in 1979.
The objective of the Loterie Romande is to organise lottery games in strict compliance with cantonal and federal laws and regulations.

The Lottery Romande pioneered the introduction of scratch tickets in Europe. In 1978 the lottery launched Tribolo, and in 2000 ranked 3rd in Europe in terms of per capita sales of this type of game. It ranks 1st for the sale per inhabitant of keno type games (LotoExpress and Banco Jass).
In the world ranking of State lottery companies, the Lottery Romande comes 30th in per-capita sales of all types of games taken together (instantaneous tickets, number lotteries and other on-line games of the keno type, with the exception of Tactilo).

Loterie Romande offers lottery games and sports betting in the six French-speaking cantons (Vaud, Friborg, Valais, Neuchâtel, Geneva and Jura). It distributes all of its profits to associations of public utility.