Switzerland’s La Société de la Loterie de la Suisse Romande (Loterie Romande), a lottery for the country’s French-speaking Cantons, has revealed a slight dip in full-year revenue for 2015, while giving its support to the government’s proposals to amend the country’s gambling laws.

Gaming revenue for the year dropped 2.8 per cent to CHF377m (€341.5m), which Loterie Romande blamed on a lack of major jackpots in the popular Euromillions and Swiss Loto games.

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