Jackpocket debuts new casino app in New Jersey

January 31, 2024
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The move is the next step in its US expansion plan.

Jackpocket has partnered with Caesars Interactive Gaming New Jersey to release its Jackpocket Casino app to the Garden State. The New Jersey debut also marks the brand’s introduction to the online casino arena.

Players in New Jersey can now access online casino games, as well as Jackpocket’s lottery platform. Jackpocket Casino features exclusive games along with classic fan favorites that include blackjack, roulette and slots.

Registered Jackpocket users can move freely between the online casino and lottery apps, and will have access to bonus offers after making an initial casino deposit.

The company elaborated further in a statement, “Through this connection, Jackpocket Casino will also amplify visibility and awareness of new lottery winners, games, prizes, and causes the lottery supports in New Jersey and across the country.”

Company Founder and CEO Peter Sullivan said he is confident other markets will soon have access to the casino app.

He commented, "This launch immediately expands Jackpocket's entertainment offerings in New Jersey and will do the same for fans in other markets in the future.

"As the iGaming space continues to grow, we're excited to provide our engaged lottery user base with an easy and fun way to get involved in games we know they already love."

Jackpocket debuted in the US in 2019 as the first registered lottery courier service. Its lottery app is currently available in Arkansas, Colorado, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Texas and Washington DC.

The company said it remains committed to encouraging responsible gaming by providing tools and resources for safe play to its customers.

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