Nigerians are spending an estimated $2 billion a year on virtual gaming, thanks to the rising popularity of the industry. As a result, millions of Nigerians who are interested in exploring the gaming world to diversify their revenue streams will have even more options to choose from.
As a result of an agreement between International Gaming and Entertainment Limited and the National Lottery Commission, Nigerians will now be able to participate in worldwide games and have a chance to win millions of dollars in cash.
At the introduction of MegaMillions Naija in Lagos, the platform’s organizers said that it will provide Nigerians access to the most popular games from across the globe, heralding the arrival of a great chance for millions of people in Nigeria.
According to the organizers, players will be able to participate in a variety of global games, including the popular US Powerball, Australian Powerball, US MegaMillions, SuperEnalotto, Euromillions, EuroJackpot, Spanish La Primitiva, and others. Powerball, Australia Powerball, MegaMillions, SuperEnalotto, Euromillions, EuroJackpot, and others will be available.
According to its proprietary methodology, MegaMillions Naija enables Nigerians over the age of 18 to participate for a chance to win any of the world’s largest lotteries by buying a ticket in an international lottery and then claiming any reward won from the ticket and paying the winner the Naira equivalent.
Okwy Okeke, Managing Director of IGE Limited, the company that promotes MegaMillions, stated
“We’re trying to be humble. Our platform should be called “Megabillions’ Nigeria” since there is over N200 billion in prize money to be won on it. As a result, we believe that we have taken a pragmatic approach to addressing some of Nigeria’s socio-economic challenges, particularly the ability to reduce poverty and usher millions of Nigerians into financial freedom, as people can play for and win millions of Naira (about N100) with little or no investment.”
On October 23, 2018, a MegaMillions jackpot of $1.537 billion was won, making it the highest jackpot ever won.
Many Nigerians, according to Victor Nwobia, the Chief Operations Officer of MegaMillions Naija, are seeking for legitimate methods to enhance their financial well-being. Authentic brands are providing the games, which are being marketed by a firm that has been officially licensed by the Nigeria Lottery Regulatory Commission (NLRC).
User connections to MegaMillions Naija are safeguarded by 256-bit encryption technology, which ensures that personal information sent between users and the website is kept safe throughout transit.