- LottoGopher service enables players to purchase and manage lottery tickets online
- Group play option enhances odds of winning
- Company is working on expansion plan to enter 22 additional states by the end of 2018
Lottery players no longer have to drive to a physical location, stand in line, pay cash and then keep track of lotto tickets, because LottoGopher Holdings Inc. (OTCQB: LTTGF) (CSE: LOTO) (FRA: 2LG) is revolutionizing the lottery market with its pioneering online lottery messenger service. This service enables lotto players to easily and conveniently choose their numbers, order tickets and manage them through an online platform. Tickets can be purchased using debit and credit cards (bitcoin and Ethereum will soon be options, as well), eliminating the cash-only hassles currently faced by the majority of lottery players in the United States.
In addition to these conveniences, LottoGopher is further adding an enjoyable social element for lottery participants, greatly enhancing the fun factor of playing the lotto.
Through the social networking aspect of the Web-based LottoGopher service, players can network with other lottery participants to form game pools and play in groups—no longer bounded by physical distance or limited to one’s acquaintances only. This not only helps players improve their chances of winning but connects them to other lottery enthusiasts in a fun, social way.
Here is the how LottoGopher’s social lottery service works:
- A player digitally orders Mega Millions, SuperLotto Plus or POWERBALL tickets for the same price they would pay in a store.
- Using the LottoGopher online platform, the player browses through ticket-pooling groups (which range in size from two to 100 members) or creates their own group.
- The player visits “My Account,” clicks “My Tickets” and then “Add to Group” to add selected tickets to the group pool. If one player in the group wins, every member shares the prize.
LottoGopher additionally offers tips and strategies for increasing one’s odds of winning in a group, including finding “hot” groups that are winning frequently and finding “due” groups that are overdue for a large prize. The company further gives tips for amplifying one’s enjoyment of the group ticket-pooling process, including advising players to join a group with similar interests as them or playing with people in their own area.
Currently, LottoGopher is only available to Californians, but the company is working diligently to expand its service to other states throughout the country, with plans to enter the lottery markets of more than 22 additional states by the end of 2018. As part of its expansion plan, the company is taking its model and applying it to the existing compliance structures of each individual target state.
LottoGopher is fully compliant with lottery laws and regulations. First-time players checking out the service are offered a free initial ticket as an incentive to try it out. After this free play, they can buy one-day, one-month or one-year passes to use the site.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.LottoGopher.com
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