Lottery Courier Sets Up Shop In Arkansas, Its Fifth Market

Christian Holmes

Lottery and Gambling Together is expanding its reach in the lottery market by launching its product in Arkansas. With Monday’s launch, the lottery courier now operates in five U.S. markets. CEO and co-founder Akshay K. Khanna said in a press release, “We’re thrilled to announce’s launch in the Natural State. is happy to help Arkansas lottery players order official state lottery tickets online with increased safety, security, and convenience. At, we’re always striving to increase accessibility and elevate the player experience by making it more convenient and secure for players to order lottery tickets, ensuring players don’t lose a winning ticket.”

The Arkansas Lottery also works with courier services Jackpocket and Lotto.

“We’re excited to welcome, our third courier in the state, to Arkansas. They will be operating through their retail location, Lucky Choice, in Little Rock,” said Eric Hagler, Arkansas Scholarship Lottery executive director. “These couriers make playing lottery for our players more convenient. Our players enjoy options and gives them another avenue for playing our games.”

What is

With courier sites and apps like, players can buy their lottery tickets without having to go to a retail location. If they get lucky and win, they can collect their winnings digitally. The app also keeps them up-to-date with draw results and other information.

As of launch day in Arkansas, is offering Powerball, Mega Millions, LOTTO, Natural State Jackpot, and Lucky for Life tickets. Additional games are planned, but as with other couriers entering a new market, there will be hurdles and it will take time for the quantity of offerings to grow. has been heavily marketing its responsible gambling measures. Among the practices the company has adopted on its platform, it sets default limits on daily deposits, allows customers to set spend limits, and provides access to local and national responsible gambling resources.

The company boasts investments from the likes of NBA players James Harden and Joel Embiid, the Dallas Cowboys and New York Yankees organizations, and other prominent sources.

In addition to Arkansas, operates in Texas, Ohio, New York, and Massachusetts, with plans to enter more states in the future.