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CrownLotto all set to hit the Australian Lotto market

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CrownLotto is an extension of CrownBet, which is the digital business arm belonging to popular Australian casino brand – Crown Resorts. CrownLotto will function in the same manner that Lottoland does, punters will wager online on the result of global lottery draws. In other words, punters will be able to bet on the outcome of the lottery rather than buy an actual lottery ticket. The attraction of betting on online lotteries is the opportunity to win the equivalent of the actual lottery jackpot!

Even though CrownLotto will offer the same services, it will distinguish itself by boasting a higher pay-out compared to Lottoland, who is noted for a low commission. CrownLotto guarantees that all jackpots won will be paid out in 21 days. Additionally, they pledge not to condense the jackpot; as it will be divided between CrownLotto jackpot winners only!

CrownLotto offers gamblers an opportunity to relish wagering on the highest lotto jackpots in the world while enjoying all the benefits that come with holding an account with CrownBet.

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CrownLotto and the competition

Critics claim that launch is in reaction to the merger of giant bookmaker, William Hill and Lottoland’s new offering – Planet Lottery. But a company spokesperson denied these claims and responded by saying they are launching it based on the growing demand for big jackpots in lottery draws overseas; further “Lottery wagering attracts a different demographic and will grow overall interest in lotteries, rather than competing with traditional physical lotteries.”

For the greater good

A portion of CrownLottos’ profits will be given to charity and community causes. This move trumps existing lotto market leaders, Lottoland and Tatts; as they don’t make such donations.

In other news, CrownBet is tied up in a legal battle regarding the $11 billion-dollar merger between Tatts and Tabcorp. Stay tuned to Casino Australia for more on the story.