International Women’s Day

I just wanted to thank y’all so much! I’m a struggling single mom and this app is great for someone like me. I am a bartender and server, with not a lot set up for life for me or my daughter, which scares me to death. I was never taught how to finance or save so I am terrible at …

Winner Spotlight: Sam

  Sam’s the man we all wish we could be: smart and lucky.   Why’s he so smart? Well, because he’s a Long Gamer and that’s pretty much the same thing as smart. Why’s he so lucky? Because he won $1,000 playing Spin-to-Win game on Long Game. His. Very. First. Try. That’s right. Sam opened up the Long Game app …

Winner Spotlight: Bryan

“I can see, it works. It makes me want to keep playing and playing. Knowing that I won’t lose money is crazy.” – Bryan, 19, won $1,000 playing Long Game Earlier this week Lindsay was shouting at her desk, “This is AMAZING”  We ran over and joined her listening to Bryan, our very first $1,000 winner, as he told us …

Old School Saving Moves

Lindsay and I have been getting the same sort of question from our users, investors and imaginary friends lately. It goes something like this: ‘Where did you come up with this idea of combining a boring old saving account with a high-stakes lottery jackpot?’  It’s a good question because the answer is… we didn’t. Sorry. The actual credit for prize …

State Lotteries Are Lying To You

Lottery advertising is everywhere. It’s on every subway train, radio station and daytime TV show pushing a singular message: Part with your hard-earned money in the hope – the chance – that you will win big and change your life forever. And oh by the way, even if you lose, you’ll be helping some poor kids get an education. It’s …

Founders’ Letter

Hello, world! Meet Long Game. We’re helping people save for their future with a new app that makes saving fun. Genuinely fun. We do this by giving people chances to win real money, just for saving money. Think lottery, except you never lose your cash. Why does the world need this now? Well, the answer to that question warrants some …