Lottery.com, the secure, mobile lottery company, has been named as the official digital lottery partner of New York City FC as well as sister club and 2018 English Premier League champions, Manchester City. Through the new alliance, lucky Lottery.com users will have a chance to win unique experiences with both clubs.
In New York City, fans will have the opportunity to win in-stadium VIP experiences, including pre-game chalk talks and field passes to watch warm-ups from the soccer pitch at Yankee Stadium, only feet away from the first team players. With signage on display inside of the stadium, Lottery.com will also bring to fans the starting XI line-up announcements on the club’s social media and digital platforms.
Lottery.com will be the presenting partner of a special Manchester City viewing party in the US, while in Manchester, fans will have the opportunity to win hospitality tickets for City matches and a VIP tour of the iconic Etihad Stadium.
Lottery.com CEO Tony DiMatteo welcomed the coming together of the brands, saying: “We are immensely excited to partner with New York City FC and Manchester City. With loyal fans across the United States and the rest of the world, we have an amazing opportunity to provide our users with once in a lifetime experiences.”
Lottery.com is a domain leader in delivering officially sanctioned games of chance to mobile phones. Utilising the experience and technology of the company’s mobile lottery platform, the company recently launched the sale of its Security Token Offering surrounding the company’s global impact raffle platform, a web and app-based service that offers a unique approach to mass-scale philanthropy.
Appealing to players of games of chance, donations made to humanitarian causes also opt players into regionally appropriate games that provides multiple rewards to winners, including cash prizes, increasing awareness, participation, and donations. The company said it intends to build the largest world-wide charitable platform, in partnership with global partners, such as New York City FC and Manchester City.