Formerly called the World Lottery Club, LottoGo launched in the summer of 2018. It aims to put ‘the planet’s biggest jackpots’ at players’ fingertips, wherever they are. (That includes on the move.) Crucially, you don’t have to be in the country where the draw takes place to be in with a chance of winning big.
Prizes get paid from both the company’s own cash reserves and guaranteed insurance-linked products. They are the same as you’d have got by buying a paper ticket.
Offerings include the big beasts of the US games, such as Powerball and MegaMillions, alongside the best of the European draws like EuroMillions. This puts lotteries within your reach which may not have been otherwise accessible.
LottoGo has retained some of the characteristics of its former brand, including excellent security and a good selection of games.
The line-up of scratch cards is now better, as is the range of virtual games, plus customer service.
Members qualify for a range of discounts and special deals, including exclusive multi-buy offers. Equally, signing up to a subscription means never missing any future draws.
While reviewers have praised LottoGo as a ‘solid’ choice, others have said money has been taken from their card without consent. And the idea of using insurance backing to pay prize money is also controversial in some quarters.
But why not play and see what you think for yourself?