Trio of deals means rapid growth for Lotto Warehouse

Trio of deals means rapid growth for Lotto Warehouse

Wednesday, February 14, 2018 Posted by Craig Davies
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More to follow in the coming weeks

With a number of deals already completed since the new year, Lotto Warehouse has enjoyed a very quick start to 2018.

The lottery betting provider has followed up deals with Giant Gaming Group and Kootac by announcing an agreement with Platin Gaming, completing the trio in less than a month.

These deals cap a frenetic few weeks for the firm, who offer the chance to add a selection of the world’s biggest lottery betting products to an operators platform.

TotallyGaming.com has been speaking to Katarina Lilja, Lotto Warehouse Sales Manager, about the benefits these deals will bring and the imminent potential for more. 

TG: A number of deals have been completed in a short time, what benefits do they bring? And how essential are these to ensure continued growth?

KL: We are delighted with how our solution is being received. The fact we have completed so many deals in such a short period of time highlights how the appetite for lottery betting among gaming operators is now stronger than ever, and how it’s increasingly becoming seen as a ‘must-have’ vertical.

The benefits from the operator’s perspective are huge; lottery is the world’s most popular game of chance, yet access to different international jackpots has been restricted by international borders.

By integrating our solution operators are able to erase those borders, and access a wide portfolio of products that will allow them to reach a much wider demographic. The opportunities for cross-sell with other verticals are also excellent.

From our perspective we’re really pleased that so many operators are choosing to use our solution, as it’s a strong testament to the quality of our product and business model.  We also believe operators are choosing us because they receive a great deal of support at every single step, right through from the integration process to advice on how to market this exciting new vertical.

TG: Could we be seeing more deals completed in the coming months?

KL: Absolutely! We’ve already put pen to paper on six more partnerships that will be announced over the course of the next few weeks. In addition to this we fully expect more deals to be signed in the coming months. We’ve been working very hard and with such an amazing product we’re very confident of continued success.

It's also worth mentioning that we power the Multilotto platform, which is a pioneering and hugely successful lottery betting company. We’re also a subsidiary of New York Stock Exchange listed 500.com, one of the world’s biggest gaming enterprises.

Operators know they are entering into a partnership with a strong and reliable business when they deal with us and I think this has also been key to our success.

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