Finland reintroduces long-term lotto gaming

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Finland’s gambling regulator has reintroduced long-term gaming to a range of its products.

Players will now be able to play Lotto, Eurojackpot and Vikinglotto for up to 10 weeks at a time, instead of the games having to be renewed at the point of sale every week.

The change also applies to Keno and the All or Nothing game, and will be reflected in shops and kiosks.

Ville Venojärvi, director of Veikkaus’ sweepstakes, said: “Customer feedback has been listened to with a sensitive ear and we are now responding to our customers’ wishes.

“Customer feedback is extremely important to us so that we can continue to develop our services.”

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