Lotto.com expands into Ohio

October 30, 2023
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Ohio marks the seventh state in which Lotto.com operates.

Lotto.com has announced its expansion into Ohio, marking the seventh state in which it now operates, with Arkansas, Colorado, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York and Texas being the other six states, with plans in place for the company to expand even further. 

Situated in New Jersey, Lotto.com is a digital platform for ordering official state lottery draw games and scratch tickets, allowing customers to play the lottery from any mobile device. 

Players in Ohio will now be able to order draw jackpot games such as Powerball, Mega Millions, Ohio Pick 3 and Lucky for Life, through Lotto.com, as well as scratch ticket games. 

Since 1974, the lottery has transferred more than $31bn to help fund education in Ohio, which Lotto.com will now help to contribute to. 

CEO of Lotto.com, Thomas Metzger, spoke about his company’s latest expansion: “We are thrilled to have Ohio as our seventh state and a key milestone in our rapid growth strategy. 

“We welcome Buckeyes to order their lottery tickets via our safe, secure, and convenient platform, and we are excited to continue bringing the thrill of playing the lottery online to new audiences." 

Back in June, Lotto.com announced new technology to reduce paper lottery play slips with digital QR codes, while the Ohio Lottery extended its partnership with Scientific Games at the end of August to continue its positve performaces of its games.

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