Atlantic Lottery Set for Weekend Maintenance Shutdown

Publish: 23.12.2017

Atlantic Lottery has scheduled a major shutdown to most of its services this upcoming weekend due to a massive update of the software systems.

System Update

The shutdown will commence on Saturday at 11:30 P.M. and Atlantic Lottery believe everything will return to normal and system fully operational midday on Monday.

Atlantic Lottery Corporation’s website will be unavailable during the maintenance period whereas the retail lottery draw games and Pro-Line will also be unavailable.

During this period, the corporation will issue no tickets or make pay outs of any kind.

Winning number will instead be posted on AskAway.ca but will not be available in stores. In the meantime, all scratch tickets and breakopen products will be available for purchase as usual.

In addition to the update regarding the maintenance and update shutdown, Atlantic Lottery Corporation has informed its customers of the upcoming games which are expected to follow the system upgrade.

The new system setup will allow for the launch of many new products which will include:

  • New experiences in retail stores
  • New online and mobile games
  • New apps
  • A new draw game

More information about the upcoming novelties will soon be available with Atlantic Lottery Corporation.

About Atlantic Lottery

Also known as Loto Atlantique, the Atlantic Lottery is a Canadian operator founded in 1976, shortly after the founding of government-run lotteries across Canada.

It’s a company which features lottery games in Atlantic Canada and an operator seen as an innovator in lottery technology. The corporation is jointly owned by the four Atlantic provincial governments – New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador.

Atlantic Lottery is headquartered in Moncton, New Brunswick.

The provincial owned company returns and distributes profits to four provinces and their public funds.