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Last update: 16th November 2023
Lottogo is a lottery betting site that also has a very well appointed casino area complete with a slot bonus and spins welcome offer.
The lottery betting plus slots combo is a very powerful one which has proven to be a big draw for our users over the last couple of years. Why? Well for a start, with getting on for 1500 games the slots and live casino part of the site is easily good enough to stand alone without any of the other products.
Many ultra popular games are featured including 9 Pots of Gold, Starburst, Fluffy and multiple Fishin’ Frenzy and Big Bass slots, and there’s also plenty of titles from less well known studios such as Nolimit City. Although there’s no huge progressives (and there’s a reason for that, which we’ll come to) there’s a great selection of Red Tiger daily jackpot slots with 10 minute, daily and super drops. There’s also a lobby area just for Pragmatic Play Drops & Wins to make it easy to see which games are included in this long running network promotion.
The games search facility works well but in case you aren’t sure what you want to play, there’s lots of added categorisation on the main slots page, grouping together slots by theme (e.g. Wild West, Ancient Gods) as well as highlighting some of the games studios. And as well as slot games, there’s more than 30 Slingo games plus an instant win section that includes Aviator, scratchcards, video bingo and minesweeper style games.
The Live Casino part of the site has roulette, blackjack, baccarat and other card games by Evolution, Pragmatic Play and BetGamesTV and there’s also a full selection of game shows. As we said, easily good enough to stand alone. (And there’s also bingo rooms by Pragmatic Play if you’re that way inclined.
On top of all this, there’s the lottery part of the site – and therein lies the reason that Lottogo doesn’t have any big progressive jackpot slots. That side of things is well and truly taken care of by the lottery betting and scratchcard options.
LottoGo has both lottery betting and syndicate options. With the former, you place a bet on the outcome of a lottery such as the Irish Lotto or Australia Powerball that you wouldn’t be eligible to buy a ticket for due to not being a resident of the country in question. If the numbers you pick match those drawn, Lottogo pays out a sum that’s equal to the cash payout to the winner (i.e. net of any taxes etc), funded from insurance. With the syndicate option, you join a group placing multiple bets on one of these lotteries and any payout is shared between group members. Somewhat confusingly, LottoGo also has an option for direct purchase of EuroMillions tickets.
LottoGo’s scratchcards have top prizes ranging from £100 to £200,000 and price points ranging from 20 games for £1 all the way up to £5 for 1 game so there’s definitely something for everyone. With all of this going on as well as the slots and live casino provision, it’s definitely worth checking out.
LottoGo has a fairly standard Responsible Gambling Policy with the usual safer gambling tools – deposit limits, reality check, take a break and self-exclusion – plus a self assessment questionnaire, details about affordability checks, advice and links to outside sources of help. A helpful extra is the “emergency” link to apply an instant 7 day Take A Break to the player’s account.