New Hampshire

Instant Win Gaming has deepened its collaboration with the New Hampshire Lottery, after the latter became the latest firm to launch the company’s progressive jackpot enabled e-instant games. 

After initially inking a partnership in July 2020, players across The Granite State can now play Jungle Tumble Jackpots, the first game to feature IWG’s progressive jackpot technology.

The game features three in-game jackpots – a mini jackpot expected to be awarded multiple times each day, a mid-tier jackpot expected to be awarded weekly, and a top-prize jackpot expected to be awarded once per month.

Charlie McIntyre, New Hampshire Lottery executive director, said: “We’ve been thrilled with the success that IWG e-instant games have brought the New Hampshire Lottery. Now adding IWG’s progressive jackpot-enabled e-instant games is allowing us to engage with a wider audience through this new and exciting way to win.” 

IWG’s progressive jackpot module and prize structure has been customised for the specific requirements of the lottery, which aims to ensure that jackpots are paid out on a regular basis.

Rhydian Fisher, IWG CEO, added: “The strong performance of our games since launching in New Hampshire is fantastic to see and really underpins the quality of our offering. We are thrilled that the New Hampshire Lottery elected to be among the first lotteries to go live with our progressive jackpot-enabled e-instant games. 

“The jackpot module has been tailored specifically for New Hampshire, meaning big prizes are guaranteed to be paid out on a regular basis. We’re delighted for the team at New Hampshire Lottery and believe their enhanced offering will continue to deliver great results.”

This follows IWG taking its suite of titles live with the Lottery last year, in a partnership which began with a localised title that utilises the firm’s Cash Expander mechanic.  

Going live on New Hampshire Lottery’s NeoPollard-provided iLottery platform following a competitive RFP process, the launch marked the third instance of a localised variation of the game appearing in the US iLottery market, following previous personalised versions in Michigan and Pennsylvania.