Twelve40 Ltd.’s gaming platform is powering the Ofertas365’s AfroMillionsLotto which launches in Nigeria this month, offering Africa’s largest lotto jackpot.
Twelve40 were chosen by Ofertas365 to bring their African lotto ambition to life. In addition to providing their state of the art platform, Twelve40 designed, developed and delivered a bespoke website complete with a suite of tailored instant win games to the specific requirements of Ofertas365.
Capitalising on Africa’s smartphone revolution, the Twelve40 solution offers AfroMillionsLotto players easy to use, mobile first technology where they can quickly replay their favourite numbers and have access to the very latest captivating instant win gaming content. AfroMillionsLotto has a jackpot close to one billion Naira and is launched in support of the Nigerian Professional Football League.
Twelve40 are regulated in Jersey, a Tier 1 jurisdiction, giving Operators and their players a secure, fair and fun experience for all lotto and game plays. Twelve40 provides a cutting edge and agile lottery solution that is readily adaptable to specific market dynamics. Their technology and approach enables Twelve40 to move rapidly from conception to live, regardless of whether this is a new project or a hybrid approach that ignites an online presence to a physical lottery.
Andrew Jarrett, CEO of Twelve40 says, “It is exciting to be working with the team at Ofertas365. Their ideas and approach to innovation complements our teams desire to push the boundaries in both Africa’s lotto and instant win market. This launch proves just how versatile the Twelve40 platform is when catering for technical and culture diversity in a global market. We are thrilled to see Ofertas365 launch with our platform in Nigeria today”.
James Leppard, of Ofertas365, said: “Twelve40 have helped us bring AfroMillionsLotto to life. Their development work is exemplary and their reputation for going the extra mile is 100% backed up by their work ethic and quality of product. This is an exciting time for us and the African lotto market”.