Jackpocket has published its Q3 2022 report on lottery participation through its digital lottery courier app, revealing “major” growth in New Mexico and Montana.
The number of Jackpocket orders grew in all states from Q2 to Q3 and total winnings for users in all states grew 41% over the same period.
But Jackpocket’s highest quarter-on-quarter growth in ticket orders has been witnessed in Montana, rising 955% over Q2, while New Mexico increased by 185%.
Ohio, though, is currently seeing the greatest year-on-year growth in ticket orders at 133%.
New York ranks highest in terms of amount spent on ticket orders each month with Idaho sitting at the other end of the spectrum.
The top three states by lottery revenue in Q3 have also remained consistent since Q2 in New York, Texas and New Jersey.
Additionally, New York ($3m), Colorado ($1.3m) and New Jersey ($1m) are the states with the most winning lottery tickets.
Peter Sullivan, Founder and CEO, commented: “With each new quarter, we continue to see remarkable growth and more opportunity in the digital lottery courier space.
“Most exciting is that the total winnings for our users jumped quarter over quarter from $25m to $35m. With an increase in both users and winners, we’re proud to offer a convenient, easy way for lottery lovers to participate in their favourite games while also appealing to a new generation.”
Meanwhile, the firm’s findings discovered that the percentage of women playing the lottery digitally had increased to 42.3% of its total since last quarter (Q2 2022: 41.4%).
Correspondingly, its total in Q2 was made up of 57.7% of men, down from 58.6% in Q2 2022.