Lotto Warehouse, the Malta-based provider of lotteries including Powerball, Mega Millions and EuroMillions has been proudly announcing its deals with giant players in the industry like Kootac and Giant Gaming Group.Meanwhile, they also publicised the signing up of a new agreement with Platin Gaming. The Platin Gaming deal seems to be yet another major achievement for Lotto Warehouse, as its CEO Thomas Biro, briefed that there will be further announcements in the near future.
Mr Biro said: “Platin Gaming is a long established global brand with an outstanding reputation as a first-class provider of turn-key solutions for the gaming industry. We’re very pleased that really soon we will be boosting their offering with our world-class selection of lottery betting products. The popularity of lottery betting continues to soar and we are perfectly placed to provide operators with an unbeatable solution that can be tailored to suit specific requirements and any platform. We look forward to making more announcements in the future.”
Platin Gaming which had its inception in 1995 have since developed into a powerful worldwide operation, offering a range of B2B and white label services across sportsbook, casino, slots, and virtual racing. The company also offer land-based solutions, and power renowned sports betting operation Tipbet.
The new deal will see Lotto Warehouse become Platin Gaming’s exclusive provider of lottery betting products.
Soner Gurelli, Platin Gaming COO, said: “As a pioneering brand it’s important for us to stay ahead of the field. Our success has been built upon forward thinking and high-quality solutions, which is exactly what Lotto Warehouse bring to the table. We are very confident the Lotto Warehouse deal will have a very positive impact on our business.”
Lotto Warehouse is a leading B2B Lottery Betting provider for the iGaming industry and is the only provider to have both UK GC and MGA Class 4 licenses. The company offers operators the chance to add a catalogue of the world’s biggest lottery betting products to their platforms, with all higher tier payouts protected by a jackpot coverage model.
Source: European Gaming News