RiNG technology aides Lottoland innovation with new scratchcard

RiNG technology aides Lottoland innovation with new scratchcard

Wednesday, March 14, 2018 Posted by Joseph Streeter
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The Scratchcard has a top prize of £10Million

RiNG technology continues to drive innovation for Lotto operator Lottoland, as it has announced the launch of the world’s largest scratchcard with a top prize of £10million.

The scratchcard, which gives players the opportunity to become a deci-millionaire, can’t be found anywhere else globally and provides players with an opportunity to win a larger lump-sum prize than on any other online or land-based scratchcard.

The new scratchcard game offers players better odds than traditional scratchcards offered by the UK National Lottery with more than one in every two players winning a prize (1 in 1.7). Unlike with other offers, players also do not need to worry that the top prizes have already been paid out – with Lottoland you have the same chance every time.

Laura Pearson, Head of Corporate Affairs at Lottoland, told TotallyGaming.com: “Our RiNG technology is a helping us to drive innovation – not only in our own portfolio but within the wider sector. Not only is it a powerful tool for us at Lottoland but is also something that we can offer through our B2B business.”

Lottoland’s CEO Nigel Birrell added: "The popularity of online scratchcards throughout the world is on the rise. With our RiNG technology we’ve changed the game. This record breaking scratchcard gives customers the chance to become a deci-millionaire. It also offers better odds than the UK National Lottery scratchcards, and unlike many other operators who sell scratchcards, at Lottoland you never have to worry that the top prize has already gone when buying.”

Totally Gaming says: The innovative “Random and insured Number Generator (RiNG)” technology has aided Lottoland’s continued expansion of its portfolio with high prize scratchcard games. Launches like this will make Lottoland increasingly more attractive to the ‘jackpot chasing market’.

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