The primary function of Lagos State Lotteries board is regulation of lotteries and games of chance; these include public online lottery (lotto), online sports betting, promotional competitions and scratch card/interactive games
LSLB holds its licencees to high operational & management standards in the interest of stakeholders including the general public. Our open door policy ensures investors, operators, aggrieved stakers and the general public have access to accurate information; excellent services and timely grievance resolution.
LSLB adopts a stakeholder inclusive approach in its regulatory functions. We ensure and guarantee conducive operating environment for licencees and integrity of games for stakers.
LSLB is a revenue generating agency in Lagos State. Revenue generated from games of chance is applied to good causes project in Educational, Infrastructure, Environment, Social & Health sectors in Lagos State.
Hello! Permit me to share with you the reasons you will want to consider Investments in the gaming industry here in Lagos State of Nigeria
Lagos State is the smallest state in Nigeria yet, it has the highest urban population, which is 27.4% of the national estimate (UN-Habitat)..
According to the 2006 National Census, Lagos State has a population of 9,013,534 in relation to the National count of 140,003,542.
However, based on the UN-Habitat and international development agencies estimates,Lagos State is said to have about 18.5 million inhabitants in 2008.
Of this population, Metropolitan Lagos accounts for over 85% on an area that is 37% of the land area of Lagos State.
Lagos State has a population density of about 5,171 persons per sqkm as at 2008.
Following this trend, and the fact that Lagos population is growing 10 times faster than that of New York and Los Angeles, and more than the population of 32 African nations combine, Lagos will become the third global megacity with a probability of attaining a population of 24.6 million in 2015.
Research has shown that many families in Nigeria, regardless of their ethnic nationality,are represented in Lagos by at least a member of the family, making one or more economic pursuit.
Lagos host the biggest sea and air ports in Nigeria.
In a nut shell, Lagos State is the economic and commercial nerve centre of Nigeria and the ECOWAS, contributing 31.98% of Nigeria's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) as at 2004.
Lagos State is the nation's lead contributor in the non-oil sector with 19% attainment,which is equal to the contribution of 13 Nigerian states.
Overall, Lagos alone accounts for over 70% of national industrial investments with the State GDP put in N2.156 trillion in 2008.
Regionally, Lagos Gross National Product (GNP) is three times that of any West African Country thus making Lagos State ECOWAS economic hub and the springboard for innovation and development in Nigeria and sub-Sahara Africa.
Experience has also shown that many foreign investors coming into Nigeria prefer to launch their business operations in Lagos before spreading to other parts of the country because of the dynamic and demographic composition of the population of Lagos.
One can then say that Lagos is the gateway to Nigeria.
Lagos State Lottery Board
Irorun Plaza (5th floor),65 Kudirat Abiola way Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos State, Nigeria