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LOT.TO record lottery jackpots arrive in Africa

LOT.TO record lottery jackpots arrive in Africa
"Why should Europe and America have all the fun?" said Rob Lawson, Head of Customer Success at LOT.TO
United Kingdom | 01/08/2018

The UK-based company has launched a suit of iLottery games specially designed to fit the African market, enabling the country's gambling companies to give their players the chance to win full-scale prizes on the world's richest lotteries.


o far, LOT.TO’s roster of games, includes the American behemoths Powerball 5/59 and Mega Millions 5/70, the UK's Lotto 6/59 and Europe's Eurojackpot 5/50 and EuroMillions 5/50, with plans to introduce more lotteries over the coming months. The launch comes just in time for the first half-billion dollar lottery draw of the year, on US Powerball this Saturday.

"Why should Europe and America have all the fun?" said Rob Lawson, Head of Customer Success at LOT.TO. "When the US Powerball jackpot reached a staggering $1.58bn in 2015, there was an unbelievable buzz and rollover frenzy in the air. Yet Africans haven't been able to take part, due to legislation and being priced out of the market. We have changed that.

"These LOT.TO games are designed so that all Africans can participate in these lotteries at an affordable level, experience the thrill of massive rollovers and win their share of these staggering prizes."

Western Lotto, LOT.TO's Nigerian partner, is the first African gambling company to offer these games, with an incredible ₦700bn on offer this week alone across their mobile and desktop sites. A Western Lotto winner on Saturday would become the 45th richest person in Africa. An incredible world-first.

Licensed by the UK Gambling Commission, LOT.TO's unique risk management system handles all payment of all winnings and liability, with the plan being to rollout similar games to South American and Eastern European gambling operators in Q1 2018.

The global gambling market set to reach a turnover of $635bn by 2020, and with lotteries producing over 30% of that, no other gambling vertical comes close in terms of size and popularity.
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