Lottery players who love Quinto have until March 17 to play the card-themed draw game, Washington's Lottery announced Thursday.
The game is ending partially because customers have asked for different games, Chris Liu, the lottery director, said in a statement.
"We always look for new and exciting ways to bring Washington more chances to win and give more players a winning experience," he said.
People can buy tickets for Quinto until 7:45 p.m. on that Saturday for the drawing, which will take place at 8 p.m.
Holders of winning Quinto tickets can redeem them 180 days after a draw date. That gives winners of the final draw until Sept. 13 to redeem tickets.
Quinto began in 1990 and has raised over $570 million for Washington state, the lottery reported.
Washington's Lottery will launch a new draw game on March 18, making it the first of its kind in more than three years. Officials will announce the new game in coming weeks.
Since 1982, Washington's Lottery has raised over $2.4 billion for various state programs, including education construction, economic development and stadium debt reduction.