Launched in 2011, Annexio is fast making a name for itself in the e-Gaming industry. It has after all come a long way in the last three years, known as one of the world’s leading lottery syndicate operations and named fastest growing gaming company on the Isle of Man in 2013 thanks to rapid growth which saw it increase staff by 300%.
The company offers its members the opportunity to play some of the world’s biggest lotteries, including the Powerball, Mega Millions and EuroMillions, via their website www.worldlotteryclub.com.
Whilst most lotteries place geographic restrictions on who can play, Annexio allows players to subscribe their favourite numbers to their chosen lottery and essentially bet on the outcome. Official lottery tickets and insurance is then purchased to ensure that winners receive the necessary winnings equal to that of their chosen lottery. In fact, 80% of the time the company offers a jackpot higher than $100 million.
Consumer trust is key to this innovative gaming company, and played a large role in the company choosing to base themselves on the Isle of Man, which is regulated by the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission within the requirements set out by the Online Gambling Regulation Act 2001. These strict regulations ensure a level of security for players, and this paired with unique VIP and customer retention plans has led to record breaking KPI’s within the gaming sector.
As well as Annexio’s consumer products, the company also offers its proprietary lottery platform to other businesses. Partners can use this platform for their own websites to provide customers with a safe, robust and secure means of playing online lotteries.
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