Online Lottery Secures Isle Of Man Licensing

Synthetic lottery Jinni Lotto good to go

Jinni Lotto, a secondary lottery online company operated by Jini Tech Limited, has secured a licence from the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission, allowing it to provide an opportunity to its customers to bet on the outcome of different lotteries around the world, as well as offering a variety of scratch card options.

The lottery is operated by operated by Jinni Tech Limited, a company licensed by the Irish National Excise Licence Office.

Head of eGaming for digital Isle of Man, Tony Ure, said Thursday: “It is a pleasure to welcome a new eGaming company to the island. The latest Isle of Man National Income Report has shown that eGaming on the island has grown and now makes up 18 percent of the Isle of Man’s economy.”

David Bazak, chief executive at Jinni Lotto, said: “The island’s internationally renowned reputation was important for us when considering various jurisdictions to license Jinni Lotto, and we’ve found the process extremely positive.

“The cluster of high quality services we found here was also a deciding factor and we are grateful for the support provided by SMP eGaming’s licensing team.”