Jackpot.com partners with The Associated Press

June 5, 2024
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Jackpot.com will become the official lottery courier and provider of nationwide lottery results.

Jackpot.com and The Associated Press have agreed to a deal that will see the lottery ticket provider become the official lottery courier and provider of nationwide lottery results for the global news organization. 

Through this collaboration, Jackpot.com will showcase a variety of state lottery results on APNews.com and to AP customers on a lottery results feed, which will include lottery results for hundreds of national and local lotteries. 

On top of being able to see results, this deal will mean that AP customers will be able to buy tickets through the courier service in select markets where those services are available. 

This news comes after Jackpot.com launched in New Jersey in May, marking the courier’s sixth US state in which it has established a presence. 

Jackpot.com CEO and Co-Founder Akshay Khanna said: "Working with The Associated Press as their official lottery courier and provider of state lottery results marks a pivotal moment for us at Jackpot.com.  

“This collaboration not only helps provide readers with the latest lottery drawing results, but enables them to seamlessly and responsibly purchase lottery tickets online. Through AP's extensive reach, we're not just selling tickets; we're transforming the landscape of lottery gaming."   

AP’s Global Products Director for Text, Data and New Markets Barry Bedlan added: “We look forward to working with Jackpot.com to provide the latest lottery results to our customers as well as the audience on APNews.com.”  

In other lottery-based news, Scientific Games last week agreed to a deal with Gift & Go, an on-demand gifting technology platform delivered and fulfilled by Amazon. 


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