Lottery courier group joins NASPL

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Online lottery courier has joined the North American Association of State and Provincial Lotteries (NASPL) as an associate member.

The NASPL represents 53 lottery organizations across North America. It advocates on lottery policy matters and shares education, information and communication aimed at advancing the industry.

“It is an absolute honor to be joining the NASPL community,” said CEO and Co-Founder of Akshay Khanna. “As continues to grow and expand its presence in additional member states, we could not be more excited to collaborate with regulators and other NASPL members to help sustain future opportunities for contributing to worthy causes and the drive towards responsible gaming.” was launched in 2016 as a third-party app site through which lottery players can purchase tickets remotely via mobile phone, tablet or computer. The company buys the ticket on behalf of customers and scans an image of the ticket directly into the app. currently operates in five states: Massachusetts, New York, Ohio, Texas and most recently Arkansas. The company’s Chief of Staff Mike Silveira said earlier this year that the company anticipates further state approvals.

Alongside DraftKings-owned Jackpocket and, is one of the major lottery courier players in the U.S. market.

The company has been backed by high-profile investors including the Dallas Cowboys, New York Yankees and San Francisco 49ers, Kraft Sports & Entertainment (owners of the New England Patriots), Fanatics founder Michael Rubin and NBA stars James Harden and Joel Embiid.

The NASPL estimated that U.S. lottery sales exceeded $113.3 billion in 2023.

Responsible gaming a core focus for says it will look to collaborate with current NASPL members on a variety of ongoing industry initiatives ranging from education on general lottery policy to advancements in responsible gaming.

The mention of responsible gaming advancement is no surprise given that RG is a central theme of the company’s messaging.

It became the first lottery courier service to launch with iCap certification from the National Council on Problem Gambling and it offers a range of player protection tools such as self-imposed customer spend limits, default deposit limits, self-exclusion, and a variety of resources and educational materials.