Online Lottery Provider theLotter Expands to Minnesota with New Dedicated Website
Ticket purchase service theLotter expands to Minnesota via state-only site that allows official lottery tickets to be ordered online, the supplier announced on Tuesday. The new launch is part of a gradual expansion plan that has taken place over the past few years.
After the recent launch of its dedicated website theLotter Minnesota, the company now offers players in the state the opportunity to play the best Minnesota Lottery draw games onlineaccording to a press release.
theLotter Minnesota operates as an independent, secure messaging service for Powerball, Mega Millions, Lotto America, Gopher 5, and Northstar Cash, explains the company; with official Minnesota Lottery tickets sold to residents of Minnesota.
“We’ve been around as a company since 2002, when we pioneered online lottery gambling,” says Peggy Daniel, theLotter’s US Managing Director. “Our recent launch in Minnesota is an important milestone. I’m really excited about the growth potential in Minnesota and the additional funds we will help provide for local wildlife protection, education, public safety and other causes.”
🚨Announcement🚨: We are thrilled to announce that if you live in Minnesota, you can now purchase official Minnesota Lottery tickets online.
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According to the executive, oonline lottery game offers both ‘convenience and security’ with all past winners successfully claiming their prize money and collected their winnings, “which has greatly contributed to the trust” customers have developed in theLotter.
theLotter Minnesota offers customers a host of unique features, “none of which are available in-store,” the company says, subscriptions to special multi-draw packages; from offers such as every tenth free ticker to real-time jackpot alerts. The website also offers the option to see a scan of the paper ticket a customer has purchased.
“When a customer wins a prize, we notify it; winnings up to $600 are transferred directly to the customer’s account. Prizes above this amount can be picked up in person at Minnesota Lottery offices,” adds Daniel. “It’s this level of transparency and security that has inspired the trust customers have in us. I’m sure Minnesotans will embrace our service the same way.”
Founded in 2002, lottery ticket services company theLotter is a global company enabling customers in various jurisdictions to purchase official lottery tickets from over 50 of the most popular draws. He claims to have paid out over $100 million in prize money to over 7 million winners around the world.