Lottoland calls on WA Government not to ban it in the state


The Western Australian State Government is standing firm on their plan to ban gambling website Lottoland to help save struggling Lotterywest.

Lottoland lets you punt on the result of overseas lotteries and has its eyes on WA’s gambling market.

The head of Lottoland arrived in Perth today on a mission to meet as many decision makers as possible.

It’s banned from operating in South Australia and is looking to grow on a foothold in WA.

About 6000 West Aussies punted through Lottoland’s website and app in the past month.

But CEO Luke Brill says it’s not about stealing customers from Lotterywest.

“We’re attracting a whole generation of players our product appeals to a different generation of players they’re not interested in the million dollar jackpot on a Monday and Wednesday,” he said.

Lottoland is being categorised by many as a disruptive player in the gambling space.

Premier Mark McGowan says he’ll meet with the CEO but is standing by his position to ban Lottoland in WA because it’s damaging revenue generated by Lotterywest.