IWG, supplier of lottery services, has announced the imminent launch of jackpot-enabled e-instant game as part of their 4th North America rollout.
Jungle Tumble Jackpots is launched with Pennsylvania Lottery and is the first to feature company’s jackpot technology, recently rolled out in New Hampshire, Virginia, and Atlantic Canada.
Sure to Succeed
Pennsylvania Lottery executive director Drew Svitko said that IWG delivers great games for their iLottery program constantly, with Jungle Tumble Jackpots adding to their tally.
“Our customers are sure to love the three different ways of winning jackpots within the gameplay.”
Rhydian Fisher, IWG’s CEO, added that it is great to see the brand’s Instant Jackpots powered game go live in the market of Pennsylvania. He said that the iLottery market’s reception of the game has been outstanding and that players in Keystone state will love its gameplay.
“We’re looking forward to jackpot-enabling additional titles in the coming months. With the module fully housed within our InstantRGS, it’s a simple process to add these e-Instants to a lottery’s iLottery platform.”
New Hampshire Launch
IWG’s launch in New England marks the brand’s partnership with the second oldest lottery in the country, New Hampshire Lottery.
IWG’s Remote Game Server contains the progressive jackpot module and games with this mechanism will be launched in the state, requiring no technical support.
New Hampshire Lottery’s CEO, Charlie McIntyre, said that he has been thrilled about the success of IWG’s instant games and adding these jackpot titles will engage the wider audience.
Pennsylvania has had an amazing January when it comes to sports betting and online gaming…
…as both of these segments made the record amount of revenue compared to previous months confirming the thriving of online segment as opposed to restriction-hit retail.
Online casinos made $80.4 million in revenue, while sportsbook handle amounted to $220.7 million.
“IWG Rolls Out Jackpot-Enabled E-Instant Game In Pennsylvania”, gamingintelligence.com, February 19, 2021.