Jackpocket has launched its mobile app on the Google Play Store in the state of New Jersey, dedicating itself to increasing accessibility for its users.
The Jackpocket app initially launched in New Jersey back in December 2019, and since then users have won $29m in lottery prizes. Furthermore, in New Jersey, lottery ticket orders on Jackpocket increased 96.1% in the year between Q4 2020 and Q4 2021.
Jackpocket is aiming for another year of unprecedented growth, similar to its experience in 2021. This launch comes one month after Jackpocket gained online market access in New Jersey for its online casino product through Caesars Interactive Entertainment New Jersey, LLC.
The launch is another mobilisation of the $120m Series D funding round announced in late 2021, featuring celebrity names such as Kevin Hart and Mark Cuban, and brands as significant as the NY Jets and the NY Islanders.
“With this launch, we’re making mobile lottery play even more accessible for all New Jerseyans. Now, Android users can download the Jackpocket app through the Play Store for a simpler, more seamless experience,” said Jackpocket CEO and founder, Peter Sullivan.
“We are committed to continuously innovating the digital gaming space in a safe and meaningful way and with the huge impact that this state has on lottery play, we’re looking forward to everything we have planned for New Jersey and beyond. Jackpocket is poised for an incredible 2022 and Google Play access is only the beginning.”