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Online lottery group Jackpot.com announced this week that they've put out a new series of in-house lottery games that are housed around their custom Insured Random Number Generator (iRNG).
The new products will allow the website to offer access to new lottery style games that are set to be fully insured by Lloyds of London, which will help pay out if lucky numbers are hit. The iRNG was developed by software engineers inside Jackpot.com and uses the Quantis RNG hardware to house the software. The first product to be offered is JackpotLotto, which is held twice daily and has a top prize of €100,000. The second jackpot is JackpotMillions, which is a daily drawing with a €1,000,000 top prize.
Jackpot.com built a name for itself by offering access to foreign lotteries, including American draws such as the Powerball and Mega Millions, as well as the EuroMillions, all of which offer huge potential jackpot prizes. In the event of a punter hitting all of the numbers, the prizes are insured, just like the new products.
Commenting on the launch Jackpot.com COO Pablo Grunbaum said, "The iRNG gives us the innovative platform we've been waiting for, allowing us to develop custom games and lotteries for our customers from around the world.
"We have a wide variety of new games and lotteries planned and are excited to bring this new-age offering into the lottery world."