Online Lottery is a form of lottery that allows players to play games for prizes using their computers or mobile devices. Many of these websites are owned and operated by state governments, while others are private businesses that serve as middlemen for official government-run lotteries. These companies don’t purchase tickets for players, but they do offer entry to official lotteries through their sites at a price that’s often the same as what you would pay in brick-and-mortar shops—with no ticket-handling fees!
To play a game, you simply log into your account on the site and select your numbers. You can choose your own numbers or use Quick Pick (or a feature with similar output). Once you’ve picked your numbers, the site will then purchase those numbers and enter them into the official lottery draw for you. Depending on the website you’re playing, there may also be additional features that are available. Some of these features may include a subscription option that will automatically purchase tickets for you on a recurring basis, or they might be social gaming options like chatrooms where you can talk with other players as the results are announced.
When it comes to playing the lottery, the big jackpots get all the attention, but there are smaller games that have a chance of bringing in some pretty impressive winnings as well. These can be found on most online lotteries, which allow you to play multiple lotteries from around the world without having to leave your home or office (or football stadium or local pub!).