Jackpot.com launches new instant-win scratchcards

Jackpot.com launches new instant-win scratchcards

Wednesday, September 13, 2017 Posted by James Walker
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The new instant-win titles have already been well received by customers

Online lottery platform, Jackpot.com, has announced an expansion of its product offering with the addition of instant-win online scratchcards.

With prizes of up to £25,000 available, the five scratchcard games allow punters to get involved from as little as £0.50 per entry.

The new Cops & Robbers, Dragon Scrolls, Mega Love, Zodiac Fortune and Ocean Fortune cards have already been well received by customers on Jackpot.com – so much so that over 50 additional instant-win games will be added to the site by the end of the fourth quarter.

“Our strategy for scratchcards and other instant-win games is focused on providing a complementary experience to the core lottery offering,” Jackpot.com COO Pablo Grunbaum told TotallyGaming.com.

“The ‘soft’ games are geared at enriching the experience we give to our players from around the world with instant gratification.”

At the core of its offering, Jackpot.com provides users the chance to bet on the outcome of 18 of the biggest and most popular lotteries from around the world, including the US Powerball, EuroMillions, US Megamillions, German Lotto, Irish Lotto and more.

“2017 has been an exciting year for us so far, and we have substantially grown our business alongside a significant growth in our international team,” Grunbaum added.

“The side game offering is one of the upcoming product enhancements we have on deck for the next few months, as we expand into new territories, and continue our steady growth on the path to fundamentally change the lottery experience.

Totally Gaming says: The addition of instant-win games serves to further diversify the Jackpot.com customer experience by providing real-time entertainment to the group’s expanding audience. The games are already proving popular among players – and this growing appetite for scratchcards will be fulfilled with the launch of more titles before the end of the year.

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