Jackpocket to launch live show with HQ Trivia host Scott Rogowsky

June 29, 2023
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The show will be hosted live by Rogowsky and will be presented along with fellow celebrity guests.

The Jackpocket Lottery App is teaming up with comedian and TV personality Scott Rogowsky on its first live game - Jackpocket Live.

Rogowsky is known for being the host of HQ Trivia and will now be an Executive Producer and host for Jackpocket Live. As Executive Producer, Rogowsky will utilize his expertise in creative direction from HQ Trivia and apply that to his new role with Jackpocket Live.

Jackpocket was launched in 2013 and is a lottery app that can be played on both mobile and desktop. Users have won nearly $300m in lottery prizes to date with 29 winners having won over $1m each or more.

The show will be hosted live by Rogowsky and will be presented among fellow celebrity guests. Jackpocket Live will give users the chance to win real money every single day. Production for Jackpocket Live will be based out of the company's second headquarters in Santa Barbara.

In addition to launching in several new states by the end of the year, Jackpocket will also launch its online casino product in New Jersey through Caesars Interactive Entertainment New Jersey.

Upcoming TV Host and Executive Producer for Jackpocket Live, Rogowsky, said, "I'm so excited to be part of Jackpocket's expansion into live streaming content and for folks to try the new game when it hits the app this year. We're gonna have some fun, win some cash and feel good doing it."

Peter Sullivan, CEO and Co-Founder of Jackpocket, commented, "Already beloved by the millions of people who tuned into HQ Trivia, Scott will bring his quick wit, charisma, and improvisational chops to this brand new game on Jackpocket that lottery fans will love.

"Jackpocket Live is the first of many product expansions we're excited to bring our users this year. There's a lot more fun to come."


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