Online Lottery Company Gets I.o.m. Licence

ONLINE LOTTERY COMPANY GETS I.O.M. LICENCE

26th October, 2011 at 03:43:59
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Big Fat Lotteries.com owner Annexio launches

The latest online gambling licence obtained on the Isle of Man goes to Annexio Limited, which owns Big Fat Lotteries.com, specialising in innovative lottery-styled products.

Annexio will offer its members the chance to play in lottery syndicates worldwide to win substantial cash prizes through Big Fat Lottos.com. The website will include syndicate games for the UK Lotto, EuroMillions, SuperEnalotto, the Spanish Superdraw and the Spanish Christmas lottery El Gordo, a spokesman said this week.

Commenting on the launch, Jennifer Houghton, the chief executive officer of Annexio, said: "This is a site for anyone who enjoys playing and winning lotteries globally. We have chosen the Isle of Man because its strict regulation and player protection regime provides assurance to the players that their money is in good hands."

Footnote: If you want some lottery-related light reading, the website "Euro Millions Stories" has some interesting articles on what happened to a number of big lottery winners from the UK, America and beyond.

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