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Lucky Face

Lucky Face | La Libanaise Des Jeux | BBDO
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Industry: Professional & Public services
Media:Cyber
Style: Minimalism
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Synopsis
Young people are showing less interest in buying Loto tickets than previous generations, this trend is worrying Loto about future growth. To make matters worse the 20-29 demographic is the largest in the country. Red tape and bureaucracy make creating new games increasingly difficult. We were tasked with creating an advertising campaign targeting the millennial demographic with the objective of getting young people to play the lottery, while looking at Loto as something relative to their lives. Brief Find a way for Loto to connect with the next generation of players. Target audience The primary audience are millennials who have never played Loto, as well as those who have played before but are not actively participating. The secondary audience is anyone over the age of 18. Objectives • Increase sales • Increase brand visibility • Reach 500,000+ social media impressions.
Strategy
Lotto had been seeing a decrease in sales over the past year. Once part of the daily ritual, where people would buy tickets at the local retailer; our now younger, digital-native population stopped finding the time and lost interest in buying daily Lotto tickets. To these young, skeptical, adults; the Lotto was perceived as old, outdated and not for them. Fearful of becoming obsolete in a country where over 40% of the population is below 25, we needed to find a way engage digital-savvy Millennials. And we needed to do so by making the whole participation experience relevant and contemporary. We simply had to go beyond simply digitalizing the traditional Lotto experience. Our Approach: Leveraging the rise of self-actualization and individualism among the Lebanese youth we sought to make buying a Lotto ticket a seamless, fun and expressive experience, one that could be unique to every person.
Relevancy
Lucky Face looked not only use traditional media space to generate buzz around the campaign, but also created tens of thousands of new media spaces with every player. By turning everyone’s face into a potentially winning lottery ticket. The campaign became a talking point in public life, with people asking if other had participated and what their face had won them thus creating hundreds of thousands of new “media faces”.
Outcome
The results were unanimous. In a single week we sold a record 53.138 tickets, reversing a 3 months consecutive decline. Website traffic increased by over %15,00 and we received over 2 million impressions on social media and local news websites. We received news coverage from the each of the three largest television networks worth over $200,000.The campaign received a record 94% positive sentiment across all mentions and the band enjoyed a 90% increase in brand buzz. The brand plans to permanently implement Lucky Face into all future draws and is in negotiations to franchise the propriety algorithm to other lotteries across the world creating an additional stream of revenue.
Execution
It was important that people could participate in the Loto by taking an ordinary selfie without downloading an app or using a special device. Lucky Face only requires users to post to Instagram or visit our website and take/upload a selfie to play the Loto. We utilized Microsoft’s latest facial recognition API to build a web app that analyzes the photo, detects the users face and uses their unique facial features to generate a six-digit number that was compatible with the existing lottery draw. We targeted our audience on the platforms where the selfie is king, Instagram and Facebook. Players could play directly on Instagram by posting using our hashtag and then receiving a customized link to purchase or driven to the microsite from other platforms. The entire activation took place over the course of two draw cycles with the idea for further implementation moving forward after the campaigns success.
CampaignDescription
With Loto sales falling amongst young people, we knew we needed to make a major change in the way millennials viewed the Loto, but we were also aware that changing the game itself was next to impossible due to regulation and red tape. Instead, we developed a new way for millennials to play the lottery that could easily be integrated into the existing loto draw. Using the latest facial recognition technology we developed a web app that could turn anyone’s face in a unique, 6 digit lottery number. Lucky Face allows a selfie obsessed generation to use their own likeness for a chance to win a fortune. By shifting the focus from choosing lucky numbers to playing with your face we were able to reinvent the lottery in a way that appealed to an entire new generation of players, without having to make any changes to the existing loto draw.
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