Based in Gibraltar and established in May 2013, Lottoland allows customers to place online bets on the outcome of a wide variety of lotteries.
The process is simple: after signing up for an account, the customer selects the game they wish to bet on, chooses their numbers and enters. Bets are then sent on behalf of the player by Lottoland to EU Lotto and any winnings are returned to the player by Lottoland.
Payment is guaranteed on your winnings and you will win the same amount had you played the game in the traditional way via the official draw.
Indeed, the wide diversity of games which you can bet on makes Lottoland an extremely attractive proposition. Arguably it would not be possible, or at least extremely difficult, to do this in the traditional way by entering the draw in person. For example, with Lottoland, you can bet on draws in Europe and even further afield, including in Ireland and Poland and you can enter the PowerBall and MegaMillions draws in the United States. You even have access to draws in Australia.
The company also offer other gaming alternatives, including a variety of scratch cards, games and instant win options. You can even choose a syndicate.
There are various ways to pay for your bet including by visa and mastercard.
To make access to the service even easier, Lottoland have a dedicated app meaning that you can even play on your mobile phone. This is available for download from the Apple App Store and also from Google Play.
The company offer various promotions, special offers and discounts. For example, at the moment, it is possible to have 2 bets for the same cost as 1 bet, when playing Megamillions.
Customer service is of paramount importance to the company and therefore customer support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via a live chat on the Lottoland website, or by emailing their team. There are also contact details available on the site to helplines, for those who may be suffering from gambling addiction.
Lottoland have won various awards, including a Trustplay gold award, a rising star award at the 2015 EGR operator awards and, most notably, a Guinness world record which was achieved on 1 June 2018, for the largest gambling payout made online.