Former Jump Ramp Games CEO Gets New Role at Jackpocket
United States licensed third-party lottery app Jackpocket has announced the appointment of former Jump Ramp Games CEO Tony Vartanian as Chief Growth and Revenue Officer.
In his new role, Vartanian will oversee the launch of the company's upcoming loyalty scheme, other product launches, and expansion of the firm into new jurisdictions.
Jackpocket holds the record as the first licensed third-party lottery app in the United States. It allows customers to access state lottery tickets easily and on the go. The firm is currently present in nine states of the U.S, including Arkansas, Colorado, New Hampshire, Texas, and most recently, New Jersey. With the appointment of Vartanian, Jackpocket is taking a step further in generating more revenue from its existing operations.
We are thrilled to welcome Tony to the team and bring his diverse expertise in growth marketing, product and monetization to our Jackpocket lottery world as we continue our rapid growth. I've watched and admired what Tony has accomplished at Jump Ramp Games, and I know he shares our vision to provide our players with the very best user experiences and products in gaming.
While serving as the CEO of Jump Ramp Games, Vartanian played an important role in the monetization and growth of the company. He was also the brand leader when MobilityWare acquired it in 2019.
Jackpocket is the proven leader in the digital lottery space, and I couldn't be more eager to join the leadership team at this time of exciting national growth and product expansion. Its drive to continually innovate and bring its customers new experiences at the intersection of gaming and entertainment is very much where I believe the market is headed. I look forward to building on the impressive momentum the Jackpocket team has delivered and capture the interest of this massive consumer audience we believe has more room to grow through digital products.
Last month, the lottery brand made headlines when it entered a deal with Dallas Mavericks to become its official digital lottery partner.