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Matt Brinckley has become new Marketing Director at Lottoland Australia. Matt Brinckley is an experienced manager who is well up in the features of the Australian gambling market, since he has been working in this field over ten years.
Mattís career began with his job as a night service operator at Centrebet. His achievements on the working place led to several promotions. And finally, he found himself Head of Commercial Operations at William Hill in Australia.
Lottoland Australia, which is a company that offers Australian citizens the opportunity to play both local and foreign lotteries, was founded in January 2016. This happened at the same time when the PowerBall lottery was offering its incredible jackpot equal to 1.6 billion dollars. Such a huge amount attracted many Australian gamblers. Approximately 250,000 players registered with Lottoland during two days to have the opportunity to hit this jackpot.
The company moved to Sydney, trying to recruit gifted managers from all over the country. 
Luke Brill, a manager at Lottoland Australia, is happy to see Matt working in the same company with him. He highly appreciates Mattís talents and believes that he will become a fully fledged member of the staff. This will not be difficult, taking into account the experience of the newly baked Marketing Director. 
Lottoland Australia has significantly succeeded in providing services on the local market and still keeps expanding its range of activities. 
If you have any questions, you may contact representatives of Lottoland via e-mail ([email protected]) or by phone (0207 693 6999).
To sum up, we want to discuss some features of Lottoland. The company has been operating since 2013. Lottoland has become one of the leading lottery providers that offers excellent lottery opportunities. 
Lottoland allows wagering on EuroMillions, EuroJackpot, PowerBall, MegaMillions, and other lotteries. The companyís licenses were issued by several gambling authorities, including the Government of Gibraltar and the United Kingdom Gambling Commission.
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