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'''Origin Lottery Administration''' (OLA) was a <s>scam</s> lottery game service that was located at Babbage Road ([[Origin]]). It was the first known lottery administration on the city. The participation fee was 5 [[Currency|minegeld]] and the winners were rewarded with 1000 MG plus the jackpot (half of the amount of the administration benefits from each participant).
 
'''Origin Lottery Administration''' (OLA) was a <s>scam</s> lottery game service that was located at Babbage Road ([[Origin]]). It was the first known lottery administration on the city. The participation fee was 5 [[Currency|minegeld]] and the winners were rewarded with 1000 MG plus the jackpot (half of the amount of the administration benefits from each participant).

Latest revision as of 14:09, 4 December 2019

Lottery Administration
OLA building.png
Exterior view of the premises
General information
Address7 Babbage Road, Origin flag.png Origin
Coordinates🌍 -41,14,-50
Opening20 nov 2017
Closed4 oct 2018
Demolished10 oct 2018
Owner⚖️ Felfa


Origin Lottery Administration (OLA) was a scam lottery game service that was located at Babbage Road (Origin). It was the first known lottery administration on the city. The participation fee was 5 minegeld and the winners were rewarded with 1000 MG plus the jackpot (half of the amount of the administration benefits from each participant).

The mechanism was simple: every real (not in-game) day, a new random and unknown 4 digit number was generated. The participant chose with which random number he wanted to play with and, if it matched the number of the day, the player was rewarded with a stack of 100 x 10 minegeld notes plus another stack of 10 minegeld notes with the jackpot.

There was a huge participation but only one unknown winner that was rewarded with around 4900 minegeld. The services finally ceased in 4th october 2018 and the building was demolished 6 days later to then build a larger residential building at the same place with the same material blocks.

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