International Ticketing Office (ITO), has been entering players into overseas Government Lottos and Draws, and collecting and sending them their winnings since 1988. Over 155,000 international players have taken advantage of this service, and many still continue to enter their favorite Lottery Draws through ITO.

Friday, 29 April 2011

£18M Lottery Winner Spends Nothing and Changes Nothing

Almost everyone dreams of winning the lottery in order to change their lives and live in luxury, but this particular lotto millionaire who bought the winning £18 Million lottery ticket has not had much changes to his lifestyle so far.



Despite winning a big sum of cash that he has kept in the bank, Matthew Breach is still living the same way in his one-bedroom flat, using the same car he has owned prior to winning the UK Lottery.

Mr. Breach celebrated his lottery win and quit his £20,000-a-year job working as a lorry driver for a local builders merchant, and is only applying for a passport prior to booking his holiday.  His win was the biggest single Lotto win in Britain, counting in the Euro Millions draw.

Thursday, 14 April 2011

Norway's Eurojackpot to rival Euro Millions?

Norway’s Ministry of Culture has announced that Norsk Tipping, which is owned by the Norwegian government and was founded in 1948 to fund Norwegian sports facilities and scientific research, has been granted approval to provide a new pan-European lottery game, Eurojackpot, which will look to replicate the success of the popular EuroMillions game.



Whether or not the Eurojackpot will be able to surpass the Euro Millions lottery remains to be seen.  To date, the transnational lottery game, Euro Millions is still one of the most famous lotto games in Europe with member countries such as UK, France, Spain, Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal and Switzerland, and jackpots growing to as much as €183 Million.

Saturday, 9 April 2011

New Zealand Lottery Jackpot sales growing to 2.5 Million



With the lotto Powerball jackpot growing to $34 Million this week, more lottery ticket sales are expected to follow as the amount of people purchasing tickets continues to rise to 2.5 million.

According to reports, Manukau City Lotto is in the top of the list in New Zealands amount of Powerball sales, as it has sold 3 First Division winners, totalling $14.9 million; followed by Countdown Lynfield, Auckland, selling 3 First Division winners, totalling $14.7 million.

The rise in lottery ticket sales is believed to be due to the increasing amount of "new" players around the country.

Record Lottery Sales for the UK Lottery 2011

During the month of March 2011, the UK Lottery has received a new record in lottery sales as more and more Britons flock to buy UK National Lottery tickets for the chance of winning a huge jackpot prize. In the previous years, (exactly 13 years ago) the highest record for ticket sales was £5.5 Billion, however, this year was set to surpass that and hit a new record of lottery ticket sales amounting to £5.7 Billion amidst the rate of unemployment in the United Kingdom to date. Many folks are looking for a new shot, and will gamble more with the hope to one day win a big sum of cash.

Italian SuperEnalotto: EU 15.9M Jackpot on February 10

There was NO jackpot winner in the April 7th Italian Lotto draw. The winning numbers were 21-22-46-56-63-66 and Jolly Number 34.

The Italian Lotto Jackpot on February 10th is now estimated at EU 40.5M.

Play the Italian SuperEnalotto now!

Euro Millions: EU 29M Jackpot on April 15, Friday

There was NO jackpot winner in the April 8th Euro Millions draw. The winning numbers were 21-23-38-47-50 and Lucky Stars 02-06.

The Euro Millions Jackpot on April 15th is now estimated at EU 29M.

Play Euro Millions now!