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Japan will completely switch to the lottery via the Internet in 2018

The government of Japan from next year plans to start selling all kinds of lottery tickets over the Internet. It is assumed that this will increase the amount of lottery sales, because users can quickly and easily buy tickets to participate in the drawings.

Full-scale implementation of online sales will require operators to come up with ways to maintain existing outlets and a system to prevent the leakage of personal information.

Lottery tickets are sold in 20 major cities of the country in retail outlets, through ATMs, on the Internet. Revenues from the lottery fund public works of municipalities and social security projects of Japan.

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