Jumbo signs SaaS partnership with RSPCA Queensland


Jumbo Interactive has announced it has entered into a software license agreement with RSPCA Queensland (RSPCA) for the RSPCA national lottery program.

The current RSPCA national lottery program generates ~$10m in annual ticket sales. These funds are essential to keeping charities like RSPCA Queensland operating as they are 95.5% community- funded.

Jumbo CEO and Founder, Mike Veverka said “We’re very excited to be working with the RSPCA, an iconic brand in Australia, to help it digitally transform and grow their lottery program, and continue to provide lifesaving animal welfare services across Australia.”

The agreement includes a license fee structure in which Jumbo’s SaaS segment will receive a service fee for RSPCA’s utilisation of the ‘Powered by Jumbo’ (PBJ) platform and an additional service fee for select technology-enabled services. The overall service fee will be calculated as a percentage of gross ticket sales from the RSPCA national lottery program and will be in the mid to high-single digit range, reflecting the scale of the lottery program.

The agreement is for a three year term with an option to extend for a further three years. The RSPCA national lottery program is expected to transition to the PBJ platform in 1QFY25.

In addition, Jumbo has entered into a product reseller agreement with RSPCA, facilitating the sale of RSPCA lottery tickets on www.ozlotteries.com.

RSPCA Queensland Chief Executive Officer, Darren Maier said “Growing our supporter base is vital for us to continue to deliver our operations and programs that see us care for and protect over 42,000 animals in Queensland every year. Jumbo’s best-in-class lottery software and demonstrated experience in growing lottery programs were instrumental in the establishment of this strategic partnership.”