American Web Site Win2Million.com Trumps Canada's First Online Lottery

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Nevada-based gaming operator Win2Million.com announced that its two million dollar lotto-style sweepstakes is immediately available worldwide. The company's web site provides wider access for Canadians than PlaySphere, Canada's much-touted new online lottery web site.

Canadians don't want to be forced to wait at the gas bar for a lotto ticket, especially if they can have an online experience that is easier, safer and more fun. Those may or may not be the goals of the Atlantic Lottery Corporation, but we are committed to a safe, legal and fun online game for all Canadians.

Internet sweepstakes operator Win2Million.com announced today that its daily lottery-style drawing for $2 Million (USD) is immediately available to Canadians nationwide.

The site, located at https://www.win2million.com, offers a daily drawing for cash prizes up to two million dollars, and launches days before PlaySphere, the Atlantic Lottery Corporation's online lottery, which has been widely touted as Canada's first online lotto game.

A recent study* by Statistics Canada says that 75% of adult Canadians play games of chance like the lottery. The average Canadian household spent $150 on lottery tickets in 2002. Win2Million.com, which is available worldwide, allows access for the millions of Canadians who are disallowed from participating in the PlaySphere games, because they live outside of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador or Prince Edward Island. Win2Million.com awards prizes in all Canadian provinces except Québec.

"It's a matter of convenience and choice," said Bryan Young, Win2Million.com's founder and CEO. "Canadians don't want to be forced to wait at the gas bar for a lotto ticket, especially if they can have an online experience that is easier, safer and more fun. Those may or may not be the goals of the Atlantic Lottery Corporation, but we are committed to a safe, legal and fun online game for all Canadians."

Visitors to the Win2Million.com site are given the opportunity to choose up to 30 numbers to be played in the multi-million dollar daily drawing. Players can take advantage of the site's automated entry service, which electronically submits the numbers for 15 days. The 15-day subscription service increases the odds of winning a prize, and Win2Million.com offers a 99% win guarantee when all 30 numbers are played. Free offline entry is also available.

Other prizes offered include cash prizes of $50 and $500, and $3 discount coupons redeemable for future subscriptions to the site. Prize winners are required to be over 18 years old and must provide proof of residence. Canadian winners must also answer a question of skill before collecting prize money.

Win2Million.com, a subsidiary of Nevada's CWMIN Promotions, has certified its financial position with SCA Promotions, a U.S. insurer of sweepstakes and other promotions worldwide. The website is also certified by privacy watchdog organization TRUSTe and secure online commerce provider VeriSign.

Players can sign-up today for Win2Million.com's daily $2,000,000.00 drawing by going to the company's website: https://www.win2million.com.

  • from Perspectives on labour and income, Statistics Canada, July 2004, vol. 5 no. 7,. Cat no.: 75-001-XWE

About CWMIN Promotions

Win2Million.com's parent company, CWMIN Promotions, started in 1999 to extend the magic of Las Vegas to Internet users around the globe. The company is excited about its September 2004 launch of WinTuition.org, the world's first "edutainment" lottery, where players will compete for the chance to win full tuition to their university of choice.

For more information, please visit https://www.win2million.com/media/ or contact:

Julie Rankin, Media Coordinator

CWMIN Promotions

Ottawa telephone: (613) 482-1459

Las Vegas telephone: (800) 516-4318 or (702) 932-4527

Fax: (702) 939-0653

media@win2million.com

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