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60,000 Australians bet on world’s biggest jackpot at Lottoland

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October 22, 2018 – US MegaMillions rolled over yet again to a record-breaking USD$1.6 billion (AUD$2.2 billion*) after no one matched all six numbers in Saturday’s jackpot.

It’s now the biggest jackpot in lottery history.

The enormous jackpot surpassed all previous records and has sent punters into a betting frenzy in the past week at Lottoland with over 60,000 Australians realising it could be their last chance to win such mind-blowing amounts with lottery betting set to be banned on January 9th.

Australians are relishing the opportunity to chance their arm on this record jackpot with Lottoland the only legal way that Australians can bet.

Australians betting at Lottoland will have a chance to reach instant billionaire status should their numbers come up on Wednesday’s unprecedented jackpot.

Australians are answering the call of “Who wants to be a billionaire?”  as a sole winner would see an Aussie surpass celebrities such as George Clooney and Beyoncé in regard to net worth.

Lottoland Australia’s CEO Luke Brill said they were in the midst of a “betting frenzy” and had not seen numbers like this since they launched and had 250,000 registrations within 48 hours when the US Power jackpot reached a record $2.1 billion* in January 2016.

Australians have found success at Lottoland in the past with over $40 million paid out in winnings to Aussie punters.

Previous Australian MegaMillions winners at Lottoland include a 56-year-old grandmother of eleven who won AUD$1.3 million and a 32-year-old mother of nine who won AUD$808,000.

Lottoland Germany also recently achieved a Guinness World Record for the world record for biggest online gambling payout with an AUD$137m winner.

The official draw takes place on Wednesday, 24th October, at approximately 2:00pm AEDT.

Results are based on the official US MegaMillions draw, with Lottoland.com.au the provider of the approximate AUD$2.2 billion* prize.

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*Payout as 30-year annuity or discounted lump sum at the players discretion. Subject to 38% reduction as per T&C’s.

 

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Lottoland Australia – [email protected]

 

About Lottoland Australia

Lottoland is an Australian registered company, regulated in the same way as all other corporate bookmakers, such as BetEasy, Sportsbet, and Ladbrokes.

We have paid out more than $40 million in winnings since the beginning of 2016, including one $1.3 million winner last year.

We have more than 750,000 registered customers in Australia.

We are investing more than $30 million this year in sponsorship and promotions, including our sponsorship of sporting clubs such as Manly Rugby League Club in Sydney and the Sydney Swans in the AFL.

Lottoland Australia also supports the Royal Flying Doctors in Darwin with an ongoing relationship.

 

 

US MegaMillions frenzy spreads like wildfire to Aussies at Lottoland

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October 16, 2018 – A massive US lottery is set to jackpot to an insane amount of money, and Australians are flocking to Lottoland to get involved.

Queues have started to stretch outside lottery kiosks in the US as punters desperately search for the winning ticket in the estimated USD$654 million (AUD$916m*) draw which takes place on Wednesday AEDT.

Australian online bookmaker Lottoland has already experienced a surge in traffic amid the hype, with their 750,000 Australian customers rushing to get their chance to take home AUD$916 million* should their numbers match those in the MegaMillions draw.

Lottoland Australia’s CEO Luke Brill wasn’t surprised by the frenzy.

“Jackpots like this don’t come around very often, so it’s no wonder that Americans and Aussies alike are in a frenzy to get involved” Mr Brill said.

“Aussies realise they have a limited time to bet on this draw and as such Lottoland Australia has seen a 500% uplift in sales – it’s remarkable really, we really hope an Australian residents’ numbers come up on Wednesday as we certainly have many more entrants this week” Mr Brill continued.

The massive jackpot is earmarked to break the current MegaMillions record as punters purchase tickets at a frenetic pace.

Previous Australian MegaMillions winners at Lottoland include a 56-year-old grandmother of eleven who won AUD$1.3 million and a 32-year-old mother of nine who won AUD$808,000.

Lottoland recently broke the world record for biggest online gambling payout with an AUD$137m winner but should someone’s numbers come up here the payout would drastically eclipse the previous record.

The official draw takes place on Wednesday, 17th October, at approximately 2:00pm AEDT.

Results are based on the official US MegaMillions draw, with Lottoland.com.au the provider of the approximate AUD$916 million* prize.

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*Payout as 30-year annuity or discounted lump sum at the players discretion. Subject to 38% reduction as per T&C’s.

 

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Lottoland Australia – [email protected]

 

About Lottoland Australia

Lottoland is an Australian registered company, regulated in the same way as all other corporate bookmakers, such as BetEasy, Sportsbet, and Ladbrokes.

We have paid out more than $35 million in winnings since the beginning of 2016, including one $1.3 million winner last year.

We have more than 750,000 registered customers in Australia.

We are investing more than $30 million this year in sponsorship and promotions, including our sponsorship of sporting clubs such as Manly Rugby League Club in Sydney and the Sydney Swans in the AFL.

Lottoland Australia also supports the Royal Flying Doctors in Darwin with an ongoing relationship.

$919m MegaMillions jackpot set to challenge record book

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October 15, 2018 – Lottery lovers are in a frenzy after MegaMillions soared to an unprecedented USD$654 million (AUD$919m) over the weekend.

The jackpot rose over USD$100 million after no one claimed Saturday’s USD$548 million (AUD$770m) jackpot.

The estimated USD$654 million (AUD$919m) is the second highest jackpot in the game’s history, just $2 million shy of the record. It would also be the fourth-largest jackpot of all time, with only two Powerball drawings outranking the current MegaMillions records.

The next drawing is on Wednesday October 17th – and there’s a chance the total could inch into a MegaMillions record.

Australian residents aged 18+ (excluding South Australian residents) can bet on the outcome of this lottery at Lottoland and chance their arm on this enormous prize.

Previous Australian MegaMillions winners at Lottoland include a 56-year-old grandmother of eleven who won AUD$1.3 million and a 32-year-old mother of nine who won AUD$808,000.

Lottoland recently broke the world record for biggest online gambling payout with a AUD$137m winner, but should someone’s numbers come up here the payout would drastically eclipse the previous record.

The official draw takes place on Wednesday, 17th October, at approximately 2:00pm AEDT.

Results are based on the official US MegaMillions draw, with Lottoland.com.au the provider of the approximate AUD$919 million* prize.

 

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*Payout as 30-year annuity or discounted lump sum at the players discretion. Subject to 38% reduction as per T&C’s.

 

Media Enquiries

Lottoland Australia – [email protected]

 

About Lottoland Australia

Lottoland is an Australian registered company, regulated in the same way as all other corporate bookmakers, such as BetEasy, Sportsbet, and Ladbrokes.

We have paid out more than $35 million in winnings since the beginning of 2016, including one $1.3 million winner last year.

We have more than 700,000 registered customers in Australia.

We are investing more than $30 million this year in sponsorship and promotions, including our sponsorship of sporting clubs such as Manly Rugby League Club in Sydney and the Sydney Swans in the AFL.

Lottoland Australia also supports the Royal Flying Doctors in Darwin with an ongoing relationship.

MegaMillions jackpot moves into 3rd highest of all time

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October 11, 2018 – At an enormous USD$548 million (AUD$770m) America’s MegaMillions lottery has become the third highest jackpot in MegaMillions history.

The jackpot rose nearly USD$80 million after Wednesday’s USD$470 million (AUD$660m) draw failed to produce any winners.

This incredible jackpot is now the third highest in MegaMillions history and ninth highest of all time. If Saturday’s jackpot isn’t won, it could become the highest MegaMillions jackpot in history.

Whilst lottery players all over America are hoping they will be the lucky one to cash in on the huge jackpot, Australians can also get involved.

Australian residents aged 18+ (excluding South Australian residents) can bet on the outcome of this lottery at Lottoland. The only requirement is that you have a Lottoland account.

Previous Australian MegaMillions winners at Lottoland include a 56-year-old grandmother of eleven who won AUD$1.3 million and a 32-year-old mother of nine who won AUD$808,000.

The official draw takes place on Saturday, 13th October, at approximately 2:00pm AEDT.

Results are based on the official US MegaMillions draw, with Lottoland.com.au the provider of the approximate AUD$770 million* prize.

 

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*Payout as 30-year annuity or discounted lump sum at the players discretion. Subject to 38% reduction as per T&C’s.

 

Media Enquiries

Lottoland Australia – [email protected]

 

About Lottoland Australia

Lottoland is an Australian registered company, regulated in the same way as all other corporate bookmakers, such as BetEasy, Sportsbet, and Ladbrokes.

We have paid out more than $35 million in winnings since the beginning of 2016, including one $1.3 million winner last year.

We have more than 700,000 registered customers in Australia.

We are investing more than $30 million this year in sponsorship and promotions, including our sponsorship of sporting clubs such as Manly Rugby League Club in Sydney and the Sydney Swans in the AFL.

Lottoland Australia also supports the Royal Flying Doctors in Darwin with an ongoing relationship.

Lottoland achieves Guinness World Records Title™

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Lottoland achieves Guinness World Record

 

 

 

 

LOTTOLAND ACHIEVES GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ TITLE:

€90 Million EuroJackpot Pay-out secures Lottoland a World Record

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Guinness World Records confirms Lottoland achieved the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for the Largest online gambling pay-out

27th September, 2018 – On June 1 a lucky winner from Germany scooped the EuroJackpot top prize of €90 million (AUD$137) at Lottoland – now Guinness World Records have confirmed the jackpot is the Largest online gambling pay-out in history. The GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS certificate was officially handed to Lottoland yesterday.

Lottoland achieves Guinness World RecordThe company secured the title of “Largest Online Gambling Pay-out” after Christina, a 36-year old cleaner from Berlin, had placed a bet on the Eurojackpot lottery via her mobile on www.lottoland.com. Her mother chose the five lucky numbers (14, 19, 21, 30, 32) and the two Euro numbers (4 and 7) which matched and brought her this record-breaking win.

Luke Brill, CEO at Lottoland Australia, said: “We are absolutely delighted to achieve a GUINNESS WORLD RECORD. It’s such an accolade to find ourselves in this hall of fame. This title is a confirmation of our business model, it proves that we are able to even break world records thanks to our sophisticated insurance model.”

“At Lottoland, we are in the business of making dreams come true. Therefore, we are always thrilled that we just completely changed the life of one of our players completely.  We pride ourselves on paying out even the biggest wins within record time and are more than happy to help Christina and her mum to fulfil their dreams.”

GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS official adjudicator Sofia Greenacre said: “I’m pleased to confirm that Lottoland did indeed manage to set a new GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for the
Largest online gambling pay-out, which now stands at an incredible €90,000,000. My congratulations go out to all those who took part, you are OFFICIALLY AMAZING.”

Launched in 2013, Lottoland has created over 350 jobs, has over eight million customers, and is active across four continents. The primary aim of the company is to offer its customers a broad choice of high jackpot games – at Lottoland, it’s possible to bet on over 30 lotteries from around the world or to play jackpot games drawn hourly. To-date Lottoland players have won more than $1.6 billion on its website.

GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS is the ultimate global authority on record-breaking, approving 6,000 records annually and claiming more than 52,000 records on its worldwide database to date.

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About Lottoland

Lottoland has grown rapidly to become a world leader in online lotto. Innovation, coupled with the freedom to offer players a vast range of lotto betting and instant jackpot games, has been key to the company’s success. Lottoland paid out €90 million to one lucky winner in Germany – this win is the largest prize pay-out for any online game, and the biggest pay-out for Lottoland to date. Lottoland also offers its customers the opportunity to win the world’s largest prize on a scratch card at €10 million and the world’s largest prize on an instant win game with “Bingo Jackpot” at €30 million.

Lottoland Australia based in Sydney and Darwin has over 750,000 registered customers and has paid out over $35m since its launch in Australia in Jan 2016.

Lottoland is active in 13 markets, has over 350 employees, and more than 8 million customers worldwide. Lottoland is licensed and regulated by the Government of Gibraltar, the UK Gambling Commission, the Republic of Ireland National Excise License Office, the Agenzia delle Dogane e dei Monopoli in Italy and the Northern Territory’s Racing Commission in Australia

Lottoland Pays Out World Record Online Win

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June 8, 2018 – Lottoland Australia CEO, Luke Brill, today announced a Lottoland customer in Germany had scooped a EuroJackpot top prize of €90 million (AU$137 million)—a record for the online gaming industry.

The winner is a 36-year-old cleaner from Berlin, identified at her request only as Christina.

“This is the biggest online gaming win ever, and the biggest payout for Lottoland to date,” Mr. Brill said.

“Christina must be one of the luckiest Lottoland players on record as she only signed up two weeks ago via her mobile. She won €8.60 on her first bet and then the life changing jackpot the following week.”

Christina had found out she had won while working on her late cleaning shift. She is now planning on quitting her job, allow her mother to retire, and hire a motor-home which she will drive from the East to West coast of the US.

Mr Brill called the win a landmark moment for the online gaming industry.

“More and more players from around the world are waking up to the fact that they can bet on the biggest jackpots the world has to offer at Lottoland,” he added.

“Only this week, I was delighted to announce that one of our customers in Queensland won $1 million from a $1 bet on a Kenoland Draw.

“In the past two years alone, Lottoland Australia has paid out $35 million dollars to winners locally, and we have attracted 700,000 customers who want the opportunity to bet on the biggest and best overseas lotteries in the world.

“But legislation before the Parliament is set to ban online lottery betting, so Australians will no longer be able to win big on overseas lotteries like this week’s winners.

“This legislation is unnecessary and counterproductive and we urge the Government to reconsider its plans.”

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Media inquiries:  Cannings Strategic Communications

William Roberts +61 431 318 893

Luis Garcia +61 419 239 552

 

ABOUT LOTTOLAND

Lottoland is an Australian registered company, regulated in the same way as all other corporate bookmakers, such as Crownbet, Sportsbet, William Hill, and Ladbrokes.

We have paid out more than $35 million in winnings since the beginning of 2016, including one $1.3 million winner last year.

We have more than 700,000 registered customers in Australia.

We are investing more than $30 million this year in sponsorship and promotions, including our sponsorship of sporting clubs such as Manly Rugby League Club in Sydney and the Sydney Swans in the AFL.

Lottoland Australia also supports the Royal Flying Doctors in Darwin with an ongoing relationship.

Brisbane Man Joins Millionaire Club in Latest Lottoland Win

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June 4, 2018 – A Lottoland Australia customer has become an instant millionaire, winning $1,000,000 on a Kenoland Draw, company CEO Luke Brill announced today.

“We’re absolutely delighted for Kevin, who is the latest in a long line of customers to win big with Lottoland Australia,” Mr. Brill said.

“Since Lottoland Australia started about 24 months ago, we’ve paid out more than $35 million in winnings to our customers right here in Australia.

“We’ve attracted roughly 700,000 customers in this time, and we continue to grow rapidly because we provide the opportunity to bet on the biggest and best overseas lotteries in the world.” Mr. Brill continued.

The 30-year-old Ipswich customer, who has asked that his real name not be used, had been a registered customer of Lottoland Australia for less than a month before his win. He had decided to “have a little go” and placed his bet of $1 to achieve a prize of $1 million AUD.

When Lottoland called to notify the man of his win, he was “beyond excited”, with plans to use his new found fortune to pay off his mortgage and secure his kids financial future.

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Media inquiries:  Cannings Strategic Communications

Will Roberts +61 431 318 893
Luis Garcia +61 419 239 552

 

ABOUT LOTTOLAND

Lottoland is an Australian registered company, regulated in the same way as all other corporate bookmakers, such as Crownbet, Sportsbet, William Hill, and Ladbrokes.

We have paid out more than $35 million in winnings since the beginning of 2016, including one $1.3 million winner last year.

We have more than 700,000 registered customers in Australia.

We are investing more than $30 million this year in sponsorship and promotions, including our sponsorship of sporting clubs such as Manly Rugby League Club in Sydney and the Sydney Swans in the AFL.

Lottoland Australia also supports the Royal Flying Doctors in Darwin with an ongoing relationship.

Lottoland Australia Here to Stay

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9th May, 2018 – The Chief Executive Officer of Lottoland Australia, Luke Brill, today vowed the company will continue to deliver choice to its 700,000 Australian punters while the potential legislation on banning betting on overseas lotteries is decided.

Mr Brill said the passing of the Bill by the House of Representatives was not unexpected and represented only the first stage in what is a long process.

He said Lottoland Australia – along with the Newsagents Association of NSW and ACT (NANA), and the Victorian Association of Newsagents (VANA) – would continue to make their case to the major parties and the crossbenches in the Senate to stop the legislation from becoming law over the coming weeks.

“The intention of the legislation is to ban lottery betting, not to ban Lottoland Australia, so, we can assure our 700,000 loyal customers that we are here to stay,” he said.

“Even if the legislation is passed by both Houses, it will not come into force for at least another six months, which means we will continue to offer our Australian customers the chance to bet on the world’s largest jackpots until December.”

Mr Brill said the passing of the legislation by the Lower House went against the wishes of thousands of newsagents across the country, who feared the legislation could create an unprecedented protected monopoly on all lottery betting.

“At a time when newsagents are being held to ransom by Tatts Group, which is now part of Tabcorp, this is a very disappointing outcome for small businesses that are happy to enter into a potentially lucrative revenue-sharing agreement with Lottoland Australia,” he said.

“In fact, the only winner out of this unnecessary and counterproductive piece of legislation is Tabcorp and its recent acquisition Tatts Group, which have fought tooth and nail to ensure they retain their monopoly on lottery betting.

“By their own admission, Tatts Group has spent close to $5 million lobbying the Federal Government to stop organisations such as Lottoland Australia from bringing in some much needed competition into the lotteries market.

“Moreover, it is also a bad day for Australia, potentially depriving the economy of millions which Lottoland is investing, depriving the government of millions of tax dollars, and depriving all Australians of the choice to bet on overseas lotteries.

“At the same time, it is setting a dangerous precedent for successful companies investing in Australia.

“As we remain positive that the Bill will be stopped, we are committed to staying in Australia and will continue to deliver choice to our valued customers.”

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Media Enquiries: Cannings Strategic Communications

Will Roberts                        +61 431 318 893
Luis M Garcia                      +61 419 239 552

 

Lottoland donates Sea Eagles Māori jersey branding to Ellavation

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The Manly Warringah Sea Eagles have today unveiled a special Māori jersey featuring Ellavation branding across the top back position usually occupied by Premier Partner Lottoland.

April 19, 2018 – The special jersey, commissioned by New Zealand South Island iwi (tribe) Ngāi Tahu and designed by leading Māori artist Fayne Robinson, will be worn by the Sea Eagles for their ‘home’ game against the New Zealand Warriors in Christchurch on Saturday 9 June.

“We are delighted to be donating our top back of jersey branding for this game to Ellavation,” said Lottoland Australia Marketing Director Mr Matthew Brinckley.

“As a supporter of both Ellavation and the Sea Eagles, Lottoland are pleased to be able to bring together these two very community focused organisations with this great initiative recognising both Australian and New Zealand Indigenous cultures,” added Mr Brinckley.

With a focus on lifting spirits and changing lives, Ellavation provides sustainable employment and career development opportunities for the Australian Indigenous community.

As a corporate partner, Lottoland is helping to provide ongoing career development opportunities to Ellavation Trainees.

Speaking at the unveiling of the special jersey in Christchurch this morning, Sea Eagles CEO Mr Lyall Gorman praised the initiative of Lottoland to incorporate Ellavation and the recognition of Indigenous Australia.

“The fantastic design of this special Māori jersey obviously focuses on our commitment to Christchurch and recognises the Indigenous culture of the region, whilst we also felt it was very important to also recognise Indigenous Australia and to show the great link we share between our neighbouring countries,” said Mr Gorman.

“Through the initiative of our Premier Partner Lottoland, we are able to feature Ellavation across the top back position and I know our players will be extremely proud to run out in these very special and meaningful jerseys come June against the Warriors here in Christchurch,” added Mr Gorman.

To learn more about Ellavation and the great work they are doing within the Australian Indigenous community, visit their website: https://ellavation.org.au/

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Media Enquiries

Lottoland Australia – [email protected]

 

ABOUT LOTTOLAND

Lottoland is an Australian registered company, regulated in the same way as all other corporate bookmakers, such as Crownbet, Sportsbet, William Hill, and Ladbrokes.

We have paid out more than $29 million in winnings since the beginning of 2016, including one $1.3 million winner last year.

We have more than 650,000 registered customers in Australia.

We are investing more than $30 million this year in sponsorship and promotions, including our sponsorship of sporting clubs such as Manly Rugby League Club in Sydney and the Sydney Swans in the AFL.

Lottoland Australia also supports the Royal Flying Doctors in Darwin with an ongoing relationship.

Lottoland donates naming rights to McGrath Foundation for Women in League Round

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The home of the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles will change names, all in the name of charity, for their Round 22 clash against the Canterbury Bulldogs on Saturday, August 11.

April 12, 2018 – As part of the NRL’s annual Harvey Norman Women in League Round, Lottoland will be giving up their naming rights of the venue to the McGrath Foundation, with the ground becoming McGrath Foundation Stadium for the week.

Lottoland has also agreed to donate $1 for every fan coming through the gates on the day directly to McGrath Foundation, which will help fund McGrath Breast Care Nurses across Australia.

“This is something really special for us here at Lottoland,” said Lottoland Australia Marketing Director, Mr Matt Brinckley.

“Charitable work is something that is part of our fabric at Lottoland and to be able to partner with one of the hardest working and most successful charities in Australia such as the McGrath Foundation, is really exciting.

“To be in a position to work with the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles community to generate a positive impact on the charity is a wonderful outcome. I encourage all fans of Manly and the NRL to get behind this initiative by turning up to the game.

“As fans, you can all contribute to our donation simply by walking through the gates. We are proud to support another fantastic initiative of the NRL”

The Sea Eagles will wear special Women in League jerseys for this match against the Bulldogs. These jerseys will be available in the coming months for sale to Members and fans in men’s, women’s and kid’s sizes with kid’s jerseys featuring the McGrath Foundation logo across the top back position.

Lottoland and the Sea Eagles are also working together on a number of exciting events and initiatives for Members and fans throughout the week leading into the Harvey Norman Women in League Round home game at McGrath Foundation Stadium.

“This is truly a remarkable moment for our Club,” said Sea Eagles CEO – Mr Lyall Gorman.

“We have such an iconic stadium here on the Northern Beaches and to change the name to represent something as powerful and as strong as the McGrath Foundation will enable us to have a very special afternoon. We want to align our brand with extraordinary organisations such as these.

“We thank Lottoland for giving up such a prized asset as the naming rights to our stadium and it shows the true core values that they possess,” added Mr Gorman.

Round 22 (Harvey Norman Women in League Round)
Manly Warringah Sea Eagles v Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
NRL Kick-off 5:30pm, Saturday August 11 at McGrath Foundation Stadium (Pittwater Road, Brookvale)

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Lottoland Australia – [email protected]

 

ABOUT LOTTOLAND

Lottoland is an Australian registered company, regulated in the same way as all other corporate bookmakers, such as Crownbet, Sportsbet, William Hill, and Ladbrokes.

We have paid out more than $29 million in winnings since the beginning of 2016, including one $1.3 million winner last year.

We have more than 650,000 registered customers in Australia.

We are investing more than $30 million this year in sponsorship and promotions, including our sponsorship of sporting clubs such as Manly Rugby League Club in Sydney and the Sydney Swans in the AFL.

Lottoland Australia also supports the Royal Flying Doctors in Darwin with an ongoing relationship.