White Hat Gaming has created an exclusive online casino player account management arrangement in the US together with third-party lottery provider Jackpot.
Jackpocket is moving towards an online casino expansion in 2023. To help it achieve its US goals, White Hat has provided its PAM solution which includes a cashier and travel wallet.
Jackpocket will build the solutions end-to-end using the platform provider, which will allow for agility and flexibility as Jackpocket expands beyond selling lottery tickets.
Jackpocket, which is available in 15 US states, has been backed by investors Mark Cuban and Kevin Hart. Jackpocket offers players the chance to purchase lottery tickets using their smartphones as a courier service.
The firm is now working towards an online casino launch, having secured market access through Caesars Interactive Entertainment New Jersey.
Tony Vartanian is Chief Growth and Revenue Officer at Jackpocket. He explained that “As we continue innovating and bringing our Jackpocket customers new gaming experiences beyond Lottery we set out to find a platform partner to accelerate our 2023 Online Casino Launch in New Jersey. We were looking for a partner that could allow our teams to provide the exceptional user experience our customers have come to expect.
“We are excited to partner White Hat in delivering on this mission due to the team’s long term vision, capabilities, and approach to igaming within the US market.
White Hat also experienced a US online gambling expansion during the past year, as it expanded its operations in several states to offer its gaming content through its White Hat Studios subsidiary.
Phil Gelvan is White Hat Gaming’s CEO. He said, “We are thrilled that we have partnered with such a highly-recognized company. We can’t wait for Jackpocket to launch its igaming product, and to bring its incredible brand to even further players.
“The agreement is yet another important development in the White Hat story, and once more highlights the enormous potential for iGaming within regulated states.”