Brand ambassador, Innocent Idibia, popularly known as Tuface Idibia, would lead a set of stars to thrill guests at a gala night on July 23, 2017 to cap a week of thrills for prospects and customers of premium gaming and entertainment brand Western Lotto in Abuja and Nassarawa State.
Western Lotto took its brand message and offer of five international gaming brands to various institutions and prospects in Abuja throughout the week beginning July 18, 2017.
Western Lotto offers games from Europe and USA including Powerball, Mega Millions, UK 6/49 Lotto, Euro Millions and Euro Jackpot.
The Western Lotto team would visit the campuses of nine higher institutions, including the Nigerian Law School, Bwari , Abuja, the University of Abuja, Baze University and Turkish Nile University.
Others are Veritas University, Durban Poly, the Federal Polytechnic, Nassarawa, Nassarawa State University and Bingham University, Keffi.
Speaking on the initiative, the Managing Director of Western Lotto, Elvis Krivocuca, said it was part of the brand’s promise to be accessible to all strata of the society, including the student community.
Krivocuca said: “We are going to the campuses with our key brand promise which is the promotion of good causes. In line with this, we are going to offer partial scholarship to at least 50 students per school, beginning from the next session.
“All a student needs to be eligible for consideration is to register @ westernlotto.com and fund his account with as little as N100 with which he can play any of the games.
“Western Lotto provides Nigerians with an opportunity to play derivatives of these international games from the comfort of their phones, pads and computers in Naira.
“We have started with five international games and new games shall be included with a view to providing games that appeal to a wide range of Nigerians. We shall use winning numbers as drawn in the various jurisdictions from where the games are played but the jackpot and other prizes are determined by the plays and entries made on our platform per draw.”