Learn the ins and outs of the Virginia Lottery’s online twist on a classic numbers game with the potential for large prizes.
A panel studying the issue hears testimony: Judging by other states, Alabama lottery sales could raise an estimated $280 million a year for the state.
Virginia will become the ninth state to make tickets for games like Powerball and Mega Millions available via PC and mobile devices.
The moves, still requiring approval from the secretary of state, would allow for operators to begin providing online gambling in a few short months.
The new five-year agreement means Scientific Games will be the Connecticut Lottery’s primary instant games provider, implementing a new system in 2021.
A report on the Arkansas Lottery’s revenues shows an overall slip, as well as a decline in scholarship money from the lottery. But it’s not all bad news.
Altered customer patterns have Massachusetts Lottery sales down by more than a third compared with last year. It’s not the only state looking at changes.
Money strike, now available online from the Kentucky Lottery, gives players a chance at prizes from 50 cents up to a top potential payout of $200,000.
Champion Raceway, a new lottery game available in Kentucky, takes the form of a virtual horse race that offers a top potential prize of $120,000.
The new offering from the Georgia Lottery is noteworthy for its soundtrack, a potential $150,000 jackpot and madcap fruit-pairing gameplay.