Paper slips have been used to place bets since the inception of lottery and formal sports betting. However, for digital natives paper slips may actually be intimidating and deter novices from placing a bet for the first time. For a newbie, one glance at a paper bet slip can evoke more confusion and anxiety as the scantron sheets used in high school final exams. While the actual games being played on paper bet slips are relatively simple, a novice would most likely have to ask someone if they’ve correctly filled out a slip and the effectiveness of this totally depends on who they ask. With younger generation’s penchant for apps and cloud gaming it is clear that the analog betting process must evolve towards a digital interactive experience in order to capture this market. At the same time, the needs and expectations of traditional players can not be thrown to the wayside. With interest in interactive digital lottery kiosks (playstations) picking up steam, our team has been working on several pilot projects across North America to create experience tailored to the specific demographics needs of these regions. However, there are some overarching best practices that translate across all jurisdictions and address the key opportunities to engage digitally savvy players.