Lotto Warehouse on the success streak
Lately, it seems as if there is nothing stopping the B2B lottery betting provider Lotto Warehouse. Within less than a month, the company announced several deals with Kootac, Platin Gaming and Giant Gaming Group.
The Platin Gaming deal is truly a success for Lotto Warehouse and the company does not plan to hold in. CEO Thomas Biro made hints that there will be new announcements in the near future.
Thomas Biro expressed, “Platin Gaming are a long established global brand with an outstanding reputation as a first-class provider of turn-key solutions for the gaming industry. We are very pleased that really soon we will be boosting their offering with our world-class selection of lottery betting products.
“The popularity of lottery betting continues to soar and we are perfectly placed to provide operators with an unbeatable solution that can be tailored to suit specific requirements and any platform.We look forward to making more announcements in the future.”
Since its establishment in 1995, Platin Gaming has developed into a powerful global operator.
Besides offering a wide range of white label and B2B services across casino, slots, sports book and virtual racing the company also runs and-based solutions. Platin Gaming powers Tipbet, a well-known sports betting operator.
As part of the new agreements, Lotto Warehouse will become Platin Gaming’s exclusive provider of lottery betting products. Lotto Warehouse is the only provider holding both, MGA Class 4 and UK GC licenses.
Soner Gurelli, Platin Gaming COO said, “As a pioneering brand it’s important for us to stay ahead of the field. Our success has been built upon forward thinking and high-quality solutions, which is exactly what Lotto Warehouse bring to the table.
“We are very confident the Lotto Warehouse deal will have a very positive impact for our business.”