Terms of the agreement were not disclosed, but Lottery.com said the deal would support its plans to expand its presence in European markets.
Ritzio operates over 150 gaming halls across Germany, Romania and Belarus, running more than 3,800 gaming terminals and posting approximately €90.0m (£77.9m/$107.m) in annual revenue.
“This partnership is an important inroad as we expand our overseas operations and offer our products to new markets,” Lottery.com chief executive Tony DiMatteo said.
“Ritzio’s established presence and experience in the gaming industry is phenomenal and aligns well with our growth strategy.”
The deal comes after Lottery.com in February announced plans to go public on the Nasdaq exchange after reaching a definitive agreement for a merger with special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) Trident Acquisition Group.
The announcement came three months after Lottery.com owner AutoLotto and New York-listed Trident signed a binding letter of intent to acquire the broker in November 2020.