LVS ABP Sportsbook processes 500 betting transactions per second

rsz_dlattach1.jpgFebruary 3rd 2016 (London, UK): During ICE Show 2016 in London, LVS has announced that its sportsbook, the Advanced Betting Platform (ABP), has now set a new standard of performance for the sector.

On a single instance, its platform is now achieving in excess of 500 transactions per second – which is 30,000 transactions per minute over a sustained period of time.

Jean Christophe, CEO of LVS, said: “With market concentration and digitalisation, betting operations will require high performance omni-channel solutions. 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.”


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Lyceum Media – Press Relations Director

Jean Christophe

Pascal Blyau
International Development Director

Notes to Editors:
LVS Ltd., a 100% subsidiary of FDJ (Française des Jeux), delivers modern and open sports betting and gaming solutions based on the Advanced Betting & Lottery Platform (ABP), which enables bets on any kind of sport and markets, live betting, multiple price lines on any kind of digital and retail channel, state of the art risk management, cost efficient operation and has been extended to lottery games. For more information please visit

FDJ (Française des Jeux) is ranked 4th in worldwide lottery with 13.7 billion euros worth of bets made in 2015. FDJ offers lottery and sports betting to its 26,3 million customers, providing secure and responsible entertainment. The group including its B2B subsidiaries(LVS & Lotsys) is composed of 1,800 collaborators and is supported by a local network of 31,900 points of sale. online offer has now reached 1,3million players. In 2015, FDJ redistributed more than 95% of its gaming proceeds: 9 billion euros winnings to the players; 3.1 billion to the community,and more than 690 M€ to retailers.