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epa:fdj 164660 Nov 19th, 2021 12:00AM FDJ - La Française des Jeux 25K 1905 Open Gambling & Casinos Nov 18th, 2021 09:14PM Nov 18th, 2021 09:14PM FDJ, Europe's second largest lottery, attracts 26 million French players with its secure and innovative gaming offering which also creates value for the community at large. FDJ promotes a socially responsible business model which attracts a huge number of players. To that end, FDJ is continually adapting to changing trends among players to offer new gaming experiences, while fostering a close relationship with French players through a distribution network of more than 31,000 points of sale, as well as its website, fdj.fr, and mobile apps. FDJ inherited its popularity with the French public from the French National Lottery, set up in 1933 to help injured World War I veterans. Remaining faithful to its original values of solidarity and social responsibility, today FDJ's gaming model is even more firmly based on an active policy of redistribution of wealth. Around 95% of player stakes are redistributed. Firstly, among players in the form of winnings (66.6%), but also among retailers (5.2%) and communities throughout France (21.8%). FDJ continues to build its business on the foundations of a strong CSR policy that creates value for all. This is demonstrated by its numerous social action schemes, such as those undertaken by its Corporate Foundation around sport, disability and community support, but also those aimed at preventing addiction and combating fraud. In addition, the company has a dynamic HR policy, where professional mobility, well-being at work and diversity are fostered at a high level. Finally, for more than 30 years FDJ has been committed to supporting French sport: funding sport for all (more than €220 million in 2016 contributed to the Centre National pour le Développement du Sport (CNDS), the national sports development centre), contributing to the construction or renovation of sports stadia, fighting against corruption in sports and conducting sports outreach in France (FDJ's commitment to Paris's candidacy for the 2024 Olympic Games). Open Jeux d'argent et de hasard, Jeux de loterie, Paris sportifs, Jeux de grattage Open 3-7 quai du Point du Jour Boulogne Billancourt Cedex Ile de France FR 92643
epa:fdj 164660 Nov 17th, 2021 12:00AM FDJ - La Française des Jeux 25K 1907 Open Gambling & Casinos Nov 17th, 2021 05:45PM Nov 17th, 2021 05:45PM FDJ, Europe's second largest lottery, attracts 26 million French players with its secure and innovative gaming offering which also creates value for the community at large. FDJ promotes a socially responsible business model which attracts a huge number of players. To that end, FDJ is continually adapting to changing trends among players to offer new gaming experiences, while fostering a close relationship with French players through a distribution network of more than 31,000 points of sale, as well as its website, fdj.fr, and mobile apps. FDJ inherited its popularity with the French public from the French National Lottery, set up in 1933 to help injured World War I veterans. Remaining faithful to its original values of solidarity and social responsibility, today FDJ's gaming model is even more firmly based on an active policy of redistribution of wealth. Around 95% of player stakes are redistributed. Firstly, among players in the form of winnings (66.6%), but also among retailers (5.2%) and communities throughout France (21.8%). FDJ continues to build its business on the foundations of a strong CSR policy that creates value for all. This is demonstrated by its numerous social action schemes, such as those undertaken by its Corporate Foundation around sport, disability and community support, but also those aimed at preventing addiction and combating fraud. In addition, the company has a dynamic HR policy, where professional mobility, well-being at work and diversity are fostered at a high level. Finally, for more than 30 years FDJ has been committed to supporting French sport: funding sport for all (more than €220 million in 2016 contributed to the Centre National pour le Développement du Sport (CNDS), the national sports development centre), contributing to the construction or renovation of sports stadia, fighting against corruption in sports and conducting sports outreach in France (FDJ's commitment to Paris's candidacy for the 2024 Olympic Games). Open Jeux d'argent et de hasard, Jeux de loterie, Paris sportifs, Jeux de grattage Open 3-7 quai du Point du Jour Boulogne Billancourt Cedex Ile de France FR 92643
epa:fdj 164660 Nov 16th, 2021 12:00AM FDJ - La Française des Jeux 25K 1905 Open Gambling & Casinos Nov 16th, 2021 04:03PM Nov 16th, 2021 04:03PM FDJ, Europe's second largest lottery, attracts 26 million French players with its secure and innovative gaming offering which also creates value for the community at large. FDJ promotes a socially responsible business model which attracts a huge number of players. To that end, FDJ is continually adapting to changing trends among players to offer new gaming experiences, while fostering a close relationship with French players through a distribution network of more than 31,000 points of sale, as well as its website, fdj.fr, and mobile apps. FDJ inherited its popularity with the French public from the French National Lottery, set up in 1933 to help injured World War I veterans. Remaining faithful to its original values of solidarity and social responsibility, today FDJ's gaming model is even more firmly based on an active policy of redistribution of wealth. Around 95% of player stakes are redistributed. Firstly, among players in the form of winnings (66.6%), but also among retailers (5.2%) and communities throughout France (21.8%). FDJ continues to build its business on the foundations of a strong CSR policy that creates value for all. This is demonstrated by its numerous social action schemes, such as those undertaken by its Corporate Foundation around sport, disability and community support, but also those aimed at preventing addiction and combating fraud. In addition, the company has a dynamic HR policy, where professional mobility, well-being at work and diversity are fostered at a high level. Finally, for more than 30 years FDJ has been committed to supporting French sport: funding sport for all (more than €220 million in 2016 contributed to the Centre National pour le Développement du Sport (CNDS), the national sports development centre), contributing to the construction or renovation of sports stadia, fighting against corruption in sports and conducting sports outreach in France (FDJ's commitment to Paris's candidacy for the 2024 Olympic Games). Open Jeux d'argent et de hasard, Jeux de loterie, Paris sportifs, Jeux de grattage Open 3-7 quai du Point du Jour Boulogne Billancourt Cedex Ile de France FR 92643
epa:fdj 164660 Nov 12th, 2021 12:00AM FDJ - La Française des Jeux 25K 1911 Open Gambling & Casinos Nov 12th, 2021 04:46AM Nov 12th, 2021 04:46AM FDJ, Europe's second largest lottery, attracts 26 million French players with its secure and innovative gaming offering which also creates value for the community at large. FDJ promotes a socially responsible business model which attracts a huge number of players. To that end, FDJ is continually adapting to changing trends among players to offer new gaming experiences, while fostering a close relationship with French players through a distribution network of more than 31,000 points of sale, as well as its website, fdj.fr, and mobile apps. FDJ inherited its popularity with the French public from the French National Lottery, set up in 1933 to help injured World War I veterans. Remaining faithful to its original values of solidarity and social responsibility, today FDJ's gaming model is even more firmly based on an active policy of redistribution of wealth. Around 95% of player stakes are redistributed. Firstly, among players in the form of winnings (66.6%), but also among retailers (5.2%) and communities throughout France (21.8%). FDJ continues to build its business on the foundations of a strong CSR policy that creates value for all. This is demonstrated by its numerous social action schemes, such as those undertaken by its Corporate Foundation around sport, disability and community support, but also those aimed at preventing addiction and combating fraud. In addition, the company has a dynamic HR policy, where professional mobility, well-being at work and diversity are fostered at a high level. Finally, for more than 30 years FDJ has been committed to supporting French sport: funding sport for all (more than €220 million in 2016 contributed to the Centre National pour le Développement du Sport (CNDS), the national sports development centre), contributing to the construction or renovation of sports stadia, fighting against corruption in sports and conducting sports outreach in France (FDJ's commitment to Paris's candidacy for the 2024 Olympic Games). Open Jeux d'argent et de hasard, Jeux de loterie, Paris sportifs, Jeux de grattage Open 3-7 quai du Point du Jour Boulogne Billancourt Cedex Ile de France FR 92643
epa:fdj 164660 Nov 10th, 2021 12:00AM FDJ - La Française des Jeux 25K 1910 Open Gambling & Casinos Nov 9th, 2021 07:05PM Nov 10th, 2021 05:39PM FDJ, Europe's second largest lottery, attracts 26 million French players with its secure and innovative gaming offering which also creates value for the community at large. FDJ promotes a socially responsible business model which attracts a huge number of players. To that end, FDJ is continually adapting to changing trends among players to offer new gaming experiences, while fostering a close relationship with French players through a distribution network of more than 31,000 points of sale, as well as its website, fdj.fr, and mobile apps. FDJ inherited its popularity with the French public from the French National Lottery, set up in 1933 to help injured World War I veterans. Remaining faithful to its original values of solidarity and social responsibility, today FDJ's gaming model is even more firmly based on an active policy of redistribution of wealth. Around 95% of player stakes are redistributed. Firstly, among players in the form of winnings (66.6%), but also among retailers (5.2%) and communities throughout France (21.8%). FDJ continues to build its business on the foundations of a strong CSR policy that creates value for all. This is demonstrated by its numerous social action schemes, such as those undertaken by its Corporate Foundation around sport, disability and community support, but also those aimed at preventing addiction and combating fraud. In addition, the company has a dynamic HR policy, where professional mobility, well-being at work and diversity are fostered at a high level. Finally, for more than 30 years FDJ has been committed to supporting French sport: funding sport for all (more than €220 million in 2016 contributed to the Centre National pour le Développement du Sport (CNDS), the national sports development centre), contributing to the construction or renovation of sports stadia, fighting against corruption in sports and conducting sports outreach in France (FDJ's commitment to Paris's candidacy for the 2024 Olympic Games). Open Jeux d'argent et de hasard, Jeux de loterie, Paris sportifs, Jeux de grattage Open 3-7 quai du Point du Jour Boulogne Billancourt Cedex Ile de France FR 92643
epa:fdj 164660 Nov 8th, 2021 12:00AM FDJ - La Française des Jeux 25K 1912 Open Gambling & Casinos Nov 8th, 2021 12:43PM Nov 8th, 2021 12:43PM FDJ, Europe's second largest lottery, attracts 26 million French players with its secure and innovative gaming offering which also creates value for the community at large. FDJ promotes a socially responsible business model which attracts a huge number of players. To that end, FDJ is continually adapting to changing trends among players to offer new gaming experiences, while fostering a close relationship with French players through a distribution network of more than 31,000 points of sale, as well as its website, fdj.fr, and mobile apps. FDJ inherited its popularity with the French public from the French National Lottery, set up in 1933 to help injured World War I veterans. Remaining faithful to its original values of solidarity and social responsibility, today FDJ's gaming model is even more firmly based on an active policy of redistribution of wealth. Around 95% of player stakes are redistributed. Firstly, among players in the form of winnings (66.6%), but also among retailers (5.2%) and communities throughout France (21.8%). FDJ continues to build its business on the foundations of a strong CSR policy that creates value for all. This is demonstrated by its numerous social action schemes, such as those undertaken by its Corporate Foundation around sport, disability and community support, but also those aimed at preventing addiction and combating fraud. In addition, the company has a dynamic HR policy, where professional mobility, well-being at work and diversity are fostered at a high level. Finally, for more than 30 years FDJ has been committed to supporting French sport: funding sport for all (more than €220 million in 2016 contributed to the Centre National pour le Développement du Sport (CNDS), the national sports development centre), contributing to the construction or renovation of sports stadia, fighting against corruption in sports and conducting sports outreach in France (FDJ's commitment to Paris's candidacy for the 2024 Olympic Games). Open Jeux d'argent et de hasard, Jeux de loterie, Paris sportifs, Jeux de grattage Open 3-7 quai du Point du Jour Boulogne Billancourt Cedex Ile de France FR 92643
epa:fdj 164660 Nov 6th, 2021 12:00AM FDJ - La Française des Jeux 25K 1912 Open Gambling & Casinos Nov 6th, 2021 05:07AM Nov 6th, 2021 05:07AM FDJ, Europe's second largest lottery, attracts 26 million French players with its secure and innovative gaming offering which also creates value for the community at large. FDJ promotes a socially responsible business model which attracts a huge number of players. To that end, FDJ is continually adapting to changing trends among players to offer new gaming experiences, while fostering a close relationship with French players through a distribution network of more than 31,000 points of sale, as well as its website, fdj.fr, and mobile apps. FDJ inherited its popularity with the French public from the French National Lottery, set up in 1933 to help injured World War I veterans. Remaining faithful to its original values of solidarity and social responsibility, today FDJ's gaming model is even more firmly based on an active policy of redistribution of wealth. Around 95% of player stakes are redistributed. Firstly, among players in the form of winnings (66.6%), but also among retailers (5.2%) and communities throughout France (21.8%). FDJ continues to build its business on the foundations of a strong CSR policy that creates value for all. This is demonstrated by its numerous social action schemes, such as those undertaken by its Corporate Foundation around sport, disability and community support, but also those aimed at preventing addiction and combating fraud. In addition, the company has a dynamic HR policy, where professional mobility, well-being at work and diversity are fostered at a high level. Finally, for more than 30 years FDJ has been committed to supporting French sport: funding sport for all (more than €220 million in 2016 contributed to the Centre National pour le Développement du Sport (CNDS), the national sports development centre), contributing to the construction or renovation of sports stadia, fighting against corruption in sports and conducting sports outreach in France (FDJ's commitment to Paris's candidacy for the 2024 Olympic Games). Open Jeux d'argent et de hasard, Jeux de loterie, Paris sportifs, Jeux de grattage Open 3-7 quai du Point du Jour Boulogne Billancourt Cedex Ile de France FR 92643
epa:fdj 164660 Nov 4th, 2021 12:00AM FDJ - La Française des Jeux 25K 1910 Open Gambling & Casinos Nov 4th, 2021 05:14PM Nov 4th, 2021 05:14PM FDJ, Europe's second largest lottery, attracts 26 million French players with its secure and innovative gaming offering which also creates value for the community at large. FDJ promotes a socially responsible business model which attracts a huge number of players. To that end, FDJ is continually adapting to changing trends among players to offer new gaming experiences, while fostering a close relationship with French players through a distribution network of more than 31,000 points of sale, as well as its website, fdj.fr, and mobile apps. FDJ inherited its popularity with the French public from the French National Lottery, set up in 1933 to help injured World War I veterans. Remaining faithful to its original values of solidarity and social responsibility, today FDJ's gaming model is even more firmly based on an active policy of redistribution of wealth. Around 95% of player stakes are redistributed. Firstly, among players in the form of winnings (66.6%), but also among retailers (5.2%) and communities throughout France (21.8%). FDJ continues to build its business on the foundations of a strong CSR policy that creates value for all. This is demonstrated by its numerous social action schemes, such as those undertaken by its Corporate Foundation around sport, disability and community support, but also those aimed at preventing addiction and combating fraud. In addition, the company has a dynamic HR policy, where professional mobility, well-being at work and diversity are fostered at a high level. Finally, for more than 30 years FDJ has been committed to supporting French sport: funding sport for all (more than €220 million in 2016 contributed to the Centre National pour le Développement du Sport (CNDS), the national sports development centre), contributing to the construction or renovation of sports stadia, fighting against corruption in sports and conducting sports outreach in France (FDJ's commitment to Paris's candidacy for the 2024 Olympic Games). Open Jeux d'argent et de hasard, Jeux de loterie, Paris sportifs, Jeux de grattage Open 3-7 quai du Point du Jour Boulogne Billancourt Cedex Ile de France FR 92643
epa:fdj 164660 Nov 3rd, 2021 12:00AM FDJ - La Française des Jeux 25K 1910 Open Gambling & Casinos Nov 3rd, 2021 03:56AM Nov 3rd, 2021 03:56AM FDJ, Europe's second largest lottery, attracts 26 million French players with its secure and innovative gaming offering which also creates value for the community at large. FDJ promotes a socially responsible business model which attracts a huge number of players. To that end, FDJ is continually adapting to changing trends among players to offer new gaming experiences, while fostering a close relationship with French players through a distribution network of more than 31,000 points of sale, as well as its website, fdj.fr, and mobile apps. FDJ inherited its popularity with the French public from the French National Lottery, set up in 1933 to help injured World War I veterans. Remaining faithful to its original values of solidarity and social responsibility, today FDJ's gaming model is even more firmly based on an active policy of redistribution of wealth. Around 95% of player stakes are redistributed. Firstly, among players in the form of winnings (66.6%), but also among retailers (5.2%) and communities throughout France (21.8%). FDJ continues to build its business on the foundations of a strong CSR policy that creates value for all. This is demonstrated by its numerous social action schemes, such as those undertaken by its Corporate Foundation around sport, disability and community support, but also those aimed at preventing addiction and combating fraud. In addition, the company has a dynamic HR policy, where professional mobility, well-being at work and diversity are fostered at a high level. Finally, for more than 30 years FDJ has been committed to supporting French sport: funding sport for all (more than €220 million in 2016 contributed to the Centre National pour le Développement du Sport (CNDS), the national sports development centre), contributing to the construction or renovation of sports stadia, fighting against corruption in sports and conducting sports outreach in France (FDJ's commitment to Paris's candidacy for the 2024 Olympic Games). Open Jeux d'argent et de hasard, Jeux de loterie, Paris sportifs, Jeux de grattage Open 3-7 quai du Point du Jour Boulogne Billancourt Cedex Ile de France FR 92643
epa:fdj 164660 Nov 2nd, 2021 12:00AM FDJ - La Française des Jeux 25K 1910 Open Gambling & Casinos Nov 2nd, 2021 05:16PM Nov 2nd, 2021 05:16PM FDJ, Europe's second largest lottery, attracts 26 million French players with its secure and innovative gaming offering which also creates value for the community at large. FDJ promotes a socially responsible business model which attracts a huge number of players. To that end, FDJ is continually adapting to changing trends among players to offer new gaming experiences, while fostering a close relationship with French players through a distribution network of more than 31,000 points of sale, as well as its website, fdj.fr, and mobile apps. FDJ inherited its popularity with the French public from the French National Lottery, set up in 1933 to help injured World War I veterans. Remaining faithful to its original values of solidarity and social responsibility, today FDJ's gaming model is even more firmly based on an active policy of redistribution of wealth. Around 95% of player stakes are redistributed. Firstly, among players in the form of winnings (66.6%), but also among retailers (5.2%) and communities throughout France (21.8%). FDJ continues to build its business on the foundations of a strong CSR policy that creates value for all. This is demonstrated by its numerous social action schemes, such as those undertaken by its Corporate Foundation around sport, disability and community support, but also those aimed at preventing addiction and combating fraud. In addition, the company has a dynamic HR policy, where professional mobility, well-being at work and diversity are fostered at a high level. Finally, for more than 30 years FDJ has been committed to supporting French sport: funding sport for all (more than €220 million in 2016 contributed to the Centre National pour le Développement du Sport (CNDS), the national sports development centre), contributing to the construction or renovation of sports stadia, fighting against corruption in sports and conducting sports outreach in France (FDJ's commitment to Paris's candidacy for the 2024 Olympic Games). Open Jeux d'argent et de hasard, Jeux de loterie, Paris sportifs, Jeux de grattage Open 3-7 quai du Point du Jour Boulogne Billancourt Cedex Ile de France FR 92643

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