Most online lottery sites have easy-to-use interfaces for desktop computers. This allows you to immerse yourself in the playing experience and concentrate better on your numbers. However, it can get confusing if you’re not familiar with the different lottery games and their rules. Fortunately, most sites offer quick how-to’s and tutorials for each of the games they have available.
Some opponents of online lottery products worry that they will cannibalize traditional game sales. For example, Lawrence Valenzano, who owns a deli in Shamong, New Jersey, fears that customers will no longer come into his shop to buy tickets. But despite the concerns of these retail businesses, there is no evidence that online lotteries have been cannibalizing retail lottery sales. In fact, since PA iLottery launched in 2018, Pennsylvania’s traditional lottery sales have grown each year. In addition to this, online lotteries are often more convenient than traditional brick-and-mortar stores, as they are open around the clock and can be accessed from any location with an internet connection.