NetLotto is an Australian lottery agent, which is a digital part of a lottery licence holder Lotto World. The latter has been providing the lottery service for 15 years in Australia and then decided to create an online platform to give people from other parts of the world a chance to play. The range of lottery games available there is limited, but NetLotto can offer various interesting promotions.
NetLotto allows to play Australian lotteries even outside the country. So if you are a non-resident, you still have a chance to try it. Sadly, there are not so many games as you might expect, but jackpots comprise millions of dollars. Those are introduced by Powerball, The Pools, OZ Lotto, TattsLotto, and several others that make up the Australian Lotto Bloc. The latter offers bigger prize pools and thus bigger winnings.
Syndicates and Results
Maybe there is a small amount of lotteries, but NetLotto presents a lot of syndicate games where you can play with much higher chances of winning. There are several types of them. Except for those syndicates that are held every week, there are special Superdraw and Jackpot Syndicates.
If you haven’t tried playing a syndicate yet, you should. In fact, you don’t buy tickets on your own. You form – or join – a group of people and then purchase a bunch of lottery tickets. When one happens to be winning, your prize is divided between all participants.
What is more, you can check the syndicate statistics on their website. Although it is quite old, you still can see that a syndicate play guarantees more chances to scoop a huge prize, or even several small ones.
If you need to check the results after a draw, you can visit a Results page on the NetLotto website. The information for the last three months is available for you, but you can choose a date range too.
The NetLotto website has a separate page called Customer Service where all contact information is given. You can see a contact form to fill in there too. There are a few questions on the right from the form, which will lead you to a short FAQ section. Except for an email and a phone number, you can check their social network profiles on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+. You will definitely need their help because information on payment methods is absent on the website.