In a bid to provide a seamless and secure lottery experience, has officially launched its innovative lottery app in Massachusetts. This move allows customers to conveniently purchase official state lottery tickets using their mobile phones, ensuring a user-friendly and secure platform.

The app not only facilitates ticket purchases but also enables players to collect their winnings directly through their mobile devices, up to a specified limit. The app will offer a diverse selection of official tickets, including Powerball, Mega Millions, Mass Cash, and Lucky for Life. Future expansions of the ticket offerings are also anticipated.

Akshay Khanna, CEO and Co-Founder of, expressed enthusiasm about the Massachusetts launch, highlighting, “We’re excited to bring to Massachusetts and offer customers a better experience to get in on the fun and try their luck on a winning ticket. Every year, billions of dollars from the lottery go unclaimed due to lost tickets or otherwise. When you play the lottery with on your phone, tablet, or computer, there’s no missing out on jackpots and your winnings are instantly transferred to you.

The platform is accessible on desktops and tablets, showcasing its multi-channel capabilities to cater to a broad range of players.

This Massachusetts launch marks the fourth US jurisdiction for, following successful entries into Texas, Ohio, and New York. The expansion aligns with the company’s commitment to providing a cutting-edge and accessible lottery experience to players across the country.

The app also places a strong emphasis on responsible gambling measures. Players can set daily deposit limits, utilize self-exclusion and self-suspension features, and access signposts to local and national responsible gambling resources. The app is equipped with detection mechanisms to identify potential problematic behavior, automatically send notifications and offer resources to support responsible gaming.

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission’s most recent revenue report highlights the significance of the gaming industry in the state, with a total taxable gaming revenue of $143 million for the month, contributing $36.1 million in taxes to the state.’s entry into the Massachusetts market adds a dynamic element to the gaming landscape, offering a modern and responsible approach to lottery participation for residents and visitors alike.

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