Online Lotto Players share $100m in prizes

12th June 2020 4:45am

The Lotter has long been known as a great site for playing world lotteries, with lotto games of various shapes and sizes being run each day.

Right now more than 5.5 million lucky winners from around the globe have received their prizes through their ticket purchasing services and they plan to expand into new countries over the coming months.

Each and every month, world lottery players take inspiration from players who have won million-dollar prizes and many more secondary prizes, some of them multiple times! In total, since 2002 players at theLotter have won more than $100 million in lottery prizes!

So what is theLotter? The Lotter is operated by a company called Lotto Direct Limited. Members can play official world lotteries online to receive 100% of everything they win. No commission is taken from winnings.

There are lots of world lotteries to choose from. All you have to do is become a member and start playing to be in with a chance of becoming the next player to win big by playing the lottery online!

Visit the site for more information as well as watching the informational video below explaining the process. 

Informational Video

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