Jackpocket Stock

jackpocket.comConsumer & Lifestyle / EntertainmentFounded: 2013Funding to Date: $220.06MM

Jackpocket is a mobile lottery app where users can play official state lottery games including Mega Millions, Lucky for Life and Powerball. Jackpocket is a licensed third party. Jackpocket was founded in 2013 by Peter Sullivan, Leo Shemesh, Matt Silber, and Eric Parker and is headquartered in New York, NY.

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Team

Management Team

Peter Sullivan
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Sean Siuda
Chief Financial Officer
Leo Shemesh
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer
Matt Silber
Co-Founder & Principal Engineer
Tony Vartanian
Chief Growth and Revenue Officer

Board Members

Adam Rothstein
Subversive Capital
Carey Lai
Conductive Ventures
Harley Miller
Left Lane Capital
Jonathan Ebinger
BlueRun Ventures
Yash Patel
Telstra Ventures

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News Highlights

TRANSACTION EXPECTED TO DRIVE $60 MILLION TO $100 MILLION OF ADJUSTED EBITDA IN FISCAL YEAR 2026
Draftkings is acquiring Jackpocket to grow the U.S. digital lottery vertical.
Jackpocket Targets Lottery Players With Desktop Access
Jackpocket, the lottery app that allows players to purchase lottery tickets online, has expanded its reach. The company, founded in 2013, has now developed a website for customers in Colorado and from 14 other states to buy lottery tickets from their laptops and desktop computers.
Mega Billions: Inside The Battle To Capture America's Lucrative Lottery Marke
Startups funded by billionaires Jerry Jones, Mark Cuban and other venture capitalists are betting big to disrupt the $100 billion lotto industry.
Updated on: May 17, 2024

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