Super 7 is one of Totalizator Sportowy’s core instant games. This latest version, launched on May 20, 2014, replicates the design of previous Super 7 tickets, but now features Pollard Banknote’s new neon inks. Hot pink and fluorescent orange colours add to the ticket’s visual appeal at retail to attract both longtime players of Super 7 and novices to the game.
Super 7 also features Pollard Banknote’s dual-colour play symbols. A player who uncovers a black number seven wins the corresponding prize and if a red seven is revealed, the prize amount doubles. Players have the chance to win up to 77,777 zl (equivalent to approximately $25,600 USD).
“Super 7 is one of our most successful core games and when we saw Pollard Banknote’s new neon colours, we knew they would look great on our tickets,” explained Kordian Zielinski, Instant Manager, Totalizator Sportowy. “Super 7 has always been colorful, but these new, vivid neon inks give the ticket a powerful eye-catching appeal at retail. This is obvious from the fact that current sales are surpassing those of the previous Super 7 game.”
“Super 7 is the first ticket printed with our new vibrant neon inks, and we’re very happy to have helped the lottery achieve success with the latest launch of this core game” said Nancy Bettcher, Vice President, Product Innovation & Development, Pollard Banknote. “The success of Super 7 demonstrates the proven power of Pollard Banknote’s neon ink as an eye-catching feature on instant tickets that triggers the impulse purchase.”
Totalizator Sportowy Spólka z.o.o. was established in 1955 as Poland’s national lottery. Headquartered in Warsaw, it is a limited liability company that is wholly owned by the Treasury of Poland, and by law holds a lottery monopoly in the Republic. Totalizator Sportowy supports sport, national culture, and responsible gaming initiatives in Poland, with the allocated causes and the state budget receiving 729 million zl in 2013.