Worldwide Lottery
Worldwide Lottery

WorldWide Lottery Review

Our team invites you to familiarize yourself with a review of WorldWide Lottery which was written for the purpose of helping our readers find a genuine and honest lottery provider. The WorldWide Lottery com website may be accessed at When preparing a review, we always highlight the most important aspects of playing. At the moment, however, we give this agent the "Not tested" status. The amount of visitors per month is no more than 1000. The agent’s website was launched in 1996, or 24 years, 8 months and 18 days ago.

More Info About the Lottery Agent
Avaliable Lotteries No lotteries listed at Localotto
Ticket Scan
Monthly Visits 800
Online Since 1996
Mail [email protected]
Deposit Methods
Online Chat

WorldWide Lottery review: General overview

There are four lotteries available at WorldWide Lottery com website. Being more specific, players are offered PickSixLotto, Billion Ball, World Lotto and 888 Lotto. The website itself is currently available in English only. One more important thing is that there is only one currency the agent deals with – US dollars. Strange enough, however, but there is no information about the payment methods the agent accepts. Be informed, however, that WorldWide does not send scanned copies of the purchased tickets.

WorldWide Lottery review: Playing options, promotions, rewards programs and discounts

The agent does not offer any playing options, just the standard lottery rules. A noteworthy thing about this agent is that they deal with real lottery tickets, but not merely offer an online platform for betting. Not quite good news about WorldWide Lottery com is that no bonuses are provided. What is also remarkable, players are given discounts. In particular, there is an interesting thing they call Billion Ball. The idea is that ticket price depends on the number of the month, which means that in order to save you’d better buy tickets in January – they will cost only €1. Remember that WorldWide does not have special offers. The last thing to mention is that the agent does not have a mobile app yet.

WorldWide Lottery review: Contact information, security details and legal basis

The customer service of WorldWide Lottery com may be reached via an email - [email protected] There is no online chat at WorldWide Our team did not find any information about the owner of the website. There are no details concerning the legal address of WorldWide Lottery com, unfortunately. No information as for the agent’s license is provided. It is rather strange, but the website of WorldWide is not ranked by Alexa service. Also, the website of the agent is secured by Google Safebrowsing and Norton Safeweb. And lastly, the agent does not have pages on social networking sites. The agent does not mention whether there are any countries their services are unavailable in. In fact, the agent pretends to provide a “global” lottery and that is actually their main characteristic.

WorldWide Lottery review: Payment and withdrawal information

Customers are not required to deposit any specific amount before starting to play. The minimum cost of playing is $1.18. This is the price for one ticket of PickSixLotto. However, there is no information as for the winning commission and the minimum withdrawal amount. Besides, it is a bit strange but lottery results cannot be checked on the site as the corresponding page is “Reserved for future use”. And finally, WorldWide sends their customers notifications via an email (as well as loads of spam, most probably).

Concluding the WorldWide Lottery review


  1. Sounds funny: the price of tickets for Billion Ball corresponds to the number of a month
  2. Tell A Friend option: you may start sending spam to your friends =)
  3. Charity causes (though no detailed info)


Our team believes WorldWide does not deserve a thumb-up. Just for your interest: WorldWide Lottery com is rated at 2 out of 5 on Lottoexposed review website.

WorldWide feedbacks of other users

- Come on, people. Great idea, but awful implementation. If you’re going to all the troubles of making a website for a lottery, please make it an attention-worthy. No terms and conditions page is enough to say ‘No’. I also think not that many people would want to play a game that is only drawn once a year.