Bitcoin Lottery Platform Partners with English Premier League Team, the Wolverhampton Wanderers

Bitcoin Lottery Platform Partners with English Premier League Team, the Wolverhampton Wanderers

Crypto Millions Lotto, a platform that claims to be the world’s largest bitcoin-powered lottery, has signed a partnership deal with Wolverhampton Wanderers (Wolves), a top English Premier League (EPL) football club, according to a press release on November 19, 2019.

Football Meets Crypto Lottery 

In a bid to significantly increase its visibility and reach more audiences around the globe, crypto-based online lottery startup, Crypto Millions Lotto, has inked a strategic partnership deal with the EPL’s Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club.

As stated in its press release, Crypto Millions Lotto has become the official online lottery partner of Wolves and the alliance is aimed at bringing the former into the consciousness of people in Asia, Latin America, Canada, Russia, and the CIS.

Notably, Crypto Millions Lotto has hinted that one of its primary objectives is to promote the mainstream adoption of bitcoin (BTC), and its latest alliance with Wolves represents a significant milestone towards achieving that goal.

Crypto Millions Lotto offers allows users to earn free bitcoins and even stand a chance to compete for a $2.5 million prize, through its referral program operated through its sister platform, EarnBitcoinWorld. 

Cryptos Changing the Face of Sports

Established in June 2019 by Ofertas365 Limited, a United Kingdom-based company whose shares have reportedly been live on the Dutch Caribbean Securities Exchange since 2015, Crypto Millions Lotto allows users to easily play with BTC and earn up to $30 million on the platform. 

Crypto Millions Lotto claims its draws are trustworthy, transparent and provably fair, as they are based on the Germain National Lottery, which is televised twice weekly at 6:25 pm on Wednesdays and 7:25 pm on Saturdays, CET.

Commenting on Crypto Millions Lotto’s forward-thinking partnership with Wolves, CEO Sulim Malook reiterated that:

“We are delighted to have found a partner that has the same disruptive ethos as ourselves. Wolves’ success last year has put the club’s name on the world stage in a sport that is by far the most-watched in the world. As a company, we big football fans and Wolves is the most crypto-friendly club in England. They were an obvious choice.”

It’s worth noting that Wolves is not the only EPL team that has joined the Bitcoin bandwagon.

Last September, popular sports betting platform, inked a partnership deal with Watford Football Club, enabling the Bitcoin logo to be placed on the club’s jersey sleeves, while also making it possible for fans to purchase club merchandise with bitcoin (BTC).

Ogwu Osaemezu Emmanuel

Ogwu Osaemezu Emmanuel is a graduate of Mass Communication and Media Studies. He joined the blockchain movement in 2016 when a friend of his introduced him to an investment platform accepting bitcoin. He has never looked back since then. Emmanuel believes the world needs real change and freedom from poverty. He sees crypto and the underlying distributed ledger technology as the catalyst to a better future for all.