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Last update: 10/11/2023

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LottoGo is a slot and lottery site with bases in Jersey, Australia, the Isle of Man, and London. It operates under numerous gaming licenses, including the UK Gambling Commission, which allows it to offer slots and lotto games in the UK. You can play slots and other instant-play titles as you would on other casinos, but LottoGo also gives its members a chance to bet on global lotteries, including record-breaking games like Powerball and Mega Millions.

Welcome Offer

As you’d expect from a site that doesn’t operate like a traditional casino, LottoGo mixes it up a little bit in the bonus department. There aren’t a great deal of promotions on offer in general, but you will be given some freebies when you first join. In fact, you have a few different bonuses to choose from:

  1. Cash and Spins: Collect £5 in bonus cash and 30 free spins when you deposit £5 or more. There is a wagering requirement of 40x and the free spins have a value of £0.10. A maximum win of £5 also applies.
  2. EuroMillions: Get 20 EuroMillions tickets for just £2. Bear in mind, however, that these tickets constitute just 1/50th of a share of the eventual winnings, so you won’t win as much as you would with 20 actual tickets.
  3. Lotto Max: 10 tickets for £1—as above, these tickets equate to a 1/50th share of the winnings.

You will be asked to make your choice when signing up. There’s also an option to skip all of these bonuses and collect them at a later date. However, signing up or depositing without opting in may exclude you, so be sure to check the terms and conditions first or just select a bonus as early as you can.


Slots and Lottery Games

There are two things on offer here: casino games and lotteries.

The latter will be familiar if you have played similar sites (and there are a growing number of them out there). They let you place bets on official lotteries, effectively giving you a chance to play games you couldn’t usually play.

For instance, the UK Powerball and Mega Millions are two of the biggest lotteries in the world and regularly have jackpots that creep towards a billion dollars. You don’t need to be American to play them, but you can only buy tickets from official vendors and they’re all in the US. So, unless you’re planning a visit stateside in the near future, sites like this could be your only chance to get involved.

There are also options for lotteries that you can play in the UK, including the EuroMillions and the UK Lotto Max. This is where things get a little more complicated as LottoGo makes it clear that it doesn’t offer official betting on these lotteries and will just buy official draw tickets on behalf of the customer.

Why would you choose this option when you can buy those tickets yourself in your local newsagents or get them online through the official lottery site? No idea, but it’s just a small part of the site’s offering, so I recommend ignoring these games and focusing on the ones that are not as readily available.

The other side of the LottoGo gaming selection, the casino games, are as diverse as any other online casino. There are more than 1,000 games to choose from, including popular titles from developers like NetEnt.

You will also find a selection of live casino games and other new interactive titles. It’s more about the instant win games, though, including RNG table games and slots.

Depositing and Withdrawing

LottoGo accepts a few popular payment methods:

  • Visa Debit
  • Mastercard Debit
  • Skrill
  • PayPal
  • Google Pay
  • Apple Pay

Not all of these are available for withdrawals, though, and the timeframes for those withdrawals can also differ considerably depending on your chosen payment method.

LottoGo Review Summary

LottoGo is a lottery betting site that keeps its players busy with more than 1,000 casino games, including top slots from the likes of NetEnt. There are numerous jackpots to play for, including those fixed to the lotteries themselves, which have some of the biggest jackpots in the world.

The payment methods are varied enough to keep most players happy and there is also a welcome bonus with three different options. I would have liked to see more bonuses and promotions targeted toward loyal players though and I also think that the price of the tickets is a little on the high side. Sure, you can’t find sub £2 Mega Millions tickets in the UK, but at around 2.5x, the price hike is far too high.


  • Over 1,000 Casino Games
  • Lots of Lottery Options
  • Simple and Clean Layout
  • Bingo Games
  • Big Jackpots


  • Lottery Tickets are Expensive
  • Limited Promotions and Bonuses

At a Glance

  • Owner: Annexio Group
  • Type: Casino Games and Lottery Bets
  • Lotteries: Powerball, Mega Millions, SuperEnaLotto, etc.,
  • Platforms: Desktop, iOS, Android
  • Licence Holder:
    Annexio (Jersey) Limited
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  • Will I actually win money if my numbers come in?

    Yes, of course. As long as your bets/numbers are successful, you will win. If you’re using bonus bets, however, you may get a lot less than you expect. Check the terms and conditions for more information.

  • Can I play on mobile?

    Yes, the site works through mobile browsers and there are also apps in the App Store and Google Play store.

  • Can I buy official tickets elsewhere?

    For lotteries like the Lotto and EuroMillions, which are available in the UK, you can. For US lotteries and European national lotteries, you would have to be in those countries.

  • Can I play non-UK lotteries?

    Technically, these lotteries only require official tickets from above-age buyers. They don’t care where you call home. You may have to be in those countries to buy and cash your tickets though, so sites like LottoGo provide an easy alternative.

  • How much do the lottery games cost?

    It depends on the specific lottery. Mega Millions, for example, costs £4 per ticket. To give you an idea of how much you would pay in the US, an official ticket costs just $2, or around £1.65 at the time of writing.

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