Ireland seems to be having a gala time at the lotteries. The winners share a large overall prize value of €442million. A study shows that Ireland is successful in creating 38 new millionaires. All the figures are coming out through a research on lotteries held in the past one year. A staggering amount of €750million was splashed out by hopeful punters. The advent of online lotteries is further increasing the number of players taking part in different lotteries. Recently Bere Islands got its first Millionaire at EuroMillions. Bere Island is a part of Ireland and this win shows the increasing awareness of the lotteries among different people.
Research shows that the more and more adults in Ireland are taking an active part in lotto games. More than 2.1 Million adults in Ireland spent on National Lottery games in the previous year. Among the high-profile winner of 2016 more than 13 had won Lotto Jackpots. Two players successfully won the EuroMillions Jackpot. The success of one player is further attracting other people to take an active part in the draws. Dermot Griffin, the chief of Premier Lotteries in Ireland, says that the initiatives taken by different draws are attracting more players.
The new initiatives and strategies are helping to create awareness among players. The large-scale investment in the infrastructure of National Lottery is aimed at creating more millionaires across Europe. The improvement in infrastructure is also supporting various projects that focus on architecture, education, tourism, etc. Postcode lotteries along with the lotto are investing in a lot of projects. The projects further get a boost through new strategies.
National Lottery application makes it easier for players to participate on the go. Ease of access along with new multiplier options is improving the sales of lottery tickets. Online instant win draws have also generated a figure of whopping €750m. Research conducted by Premier lotteries shows that the initiatives taken by National Lottery are proving to be beneficial all across Europe.