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The state of New Hampshire took their lottery services online this week, becoming the sixth state in the union to offer online lottery games to their residents.
The launch wasn't as well advertised as some other states we've seen, but the games are live nonetheless. The lottery is working with NeoPollard Interactive to provide virtual lottery draw tickets as well as instant win titles. Punters in the state can buy MegaMillions and Powerball tickets from their smartphones or tablets on their computers or smartphones, bringing the service into the 21st century.
NeoPollard worked to bring both Michigan and Virginia's lotteries online, using their iLottery 360 platform to provide the games.
Speaking about the launch New Hampshire Lottery Executive Director Charlie McIntyre said that the iLottery is "the critical next wave component in enhancing our players' direct interaction with our games." McIntyre said the Lottery had selected NPi because its domestic and international experience "would best ensure a successful rollout and early adoption of the online lottery experience."