Tattersall's Sweeps

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Tattersall's Sweeps, also known as Tatts Lottery, is the subsidiary company of Tatts Group,[citation needed] a public company trading on ASX, Australia. Tattersall's Sweeps is the official licensed operator of lotteries by the Victorian Government.[1] Operating under the brand Tatts, it sells lottery tickets in Australia through the thelott.com website, newsagents, other convenience stores.[2] The company commenced the sale of Instant Scratch-Its tickets (scratchcards) in Victoria in February 2015.[3]

Tattersall's Sweeps
TypePublic company
Area served
ProductsOz Lotto, Powerball, TattsLotto, Monday and Wednesday Lotto, Superdraw and Megadraw, Set For Life, Super '66', The Pools, Lucky Lotteries, Instant Scratch-Its
BrandsTatts, the Lott
ParentTatts Group

On 1 June 2016 the Tatts brand became one of the four Tatts Group jurisdictional brands to be incorporated into a national lottery brand called ‘the Lott’. The other brands being Golden Casket, NSW Lotteries and SA Lotteries

Lottery brandsEdit

Tattersall's Sweeps owns and operates the following lottery products in Victoria:[4]

  • Oz Lotto
  • Powerball
  • TattsLotto
  • Monday and Wednesday Lotto
  • Superdraw and Megadraw
  • Set For Life
  • Super '66'
  • The Pools
  • Lucky Lotteries
  • Instant Scratch-Its

Tatts LotteriesEdit

Tattersall's Sweeps is one of five licensed entities owned by Tatts Group to conduct Government licensed lotteries is Australia. The combined five entities are collectively referred to as Tatts Lotteries, which is the Lotteries Operating Unit of Tatts Group. The five licensed entities are:


  1. ^ [1] Productivity Commission’s Inquiry into Australia’s Gambling Industries March 2009
  2. ^ "Lottery Agents Association of Victoria Inc - Authorisation - A91126". www.accc.gov.au. ACCC. 3 June 2009. Retrieved 14 July 2020. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ Gardner, Jessica (27 October 2014). "Tatts to take over $50m scratchie contract in Victoria". www.smh.com.au. The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 14 July 2020. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  4. ^ [2] Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor regulation – Public Lotteries
  5. ^ [3] www.business.qld.gov.au
  6. ^ [4] www.smh.com.au
  7. ^ [5] nsw.gov.au
  8. ^ [6] www.vcglr.vic.gov.au

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