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The Tatts Group-controlled lotteries monopoly may be on the cusp of an Uber-style attack.
Gibraltar-based operator Lottoland has captured headlines in the past few days after giving Australians the chance to punt on the $US1.5 billion ($2.1 billion) Powerball jackpot in the US for the first time.
But it’s closer to home where the online lotteries operator sees huge potential to muscle in on Tatts’ turf.
“Australia’s lotteries industry is ripe for a revolution,” said Lottoland’s Australian chief executive Luke Brill. “We’re doing a similar thing to the lotteries industry like Uber is doing to the taxi industry. It’s a disruptive product.”
Read full article: Sydney Morning Herald, 14 Jan 2016