Jackpocket, a third-party app that allows users to order official state lottery tickets, has announced a partnership with the NHL's Dallas Stars to become the Official Digital Lottery Courier Partner for the team.
The deal will begin during the 2022-23 hockey season and run for the next three years, it's also an exclusive arrangement with the team located in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
Dallas Stars President and CEO Brad Alberts said: "We are excited to launch this new partnership with Jackpocket and bring the excitement and convenience of its digital lottery courier app to our great fans.
"Jackpocket is going to be our trusted partner, and we could not be more excited about working together to elevate our game-day experiences for our most loyal fans."
Jackpocket plans to run several sweepstakes throughout the season providing fans with prizes including experiences such as behind-the-scenes access, flights to away games and home game tickets.
Jackpocket Founder and CEO Peter Sullivan commented: "We're thrilled to announce our latest major sports franchise partnership with the Dallas Stars, the only NHL team in Texas.
"As the team's Official Digital Lottery Courier, we're excited to start this new partnership and look forward to seeing our logo featured on the Stars scoreboard at Dallas' American Airlines Center."
Jackpocket is live in Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Minnesota, Montana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Washington, DC and West Virginia.
In July, Jackpocket was ranked as the top free app in the App Store during the Mega Millions run.