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Multilotto gets Irish remote games licence

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pean lottery betting operator Multilotto has been granted a remote gaming licence by the Republic of Ireland National Excise Licence Office.

Established in 2012, the provider currently offers consumers access to 11 different international lottery jackpots, most notably the EuroMillions and US Powerball lottery draws.

Multilotto hopes that the new licence will play a key part in further international expansion following sustained success in the Nordic market.

The announcement follows the granting of a Class 1 on 4 remote gaming licence by the Malta Gaming Authority in March.

Thomas Biro, Chief Executive of Multilotto, said: “Our business model is well established in the Nordic region and we believe that Irish customers will be equally attracted to our offering.”

“2017 is proving to be a big year for us and we look forward to making several more major announcements in the coming months.”

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