The Michigan Lottery says it is dropping the Roll Down game Sept. 11 and adding Fantasy 5, a game in which players try to match five numbers from one to 39.
Fantasy 5 will have a guaranteed first prize of $100,000. It starts Sept. 12.
The jackpot will grow until someone wins it, said Michigan Lottery Commissioner Gary Peters.
"We expect the average jackpot to be about $155,000," Peters told The Detroit News. "We call it our mini-lotto."
Peters said Roll Down, like many lottery games, lost popularity over time. He said in January that Roll Down would end later this year.
Roll Down involves trying to match five numbers from one to 33. When it started in 2002, the first-place prize money was $35,000 to $40,000, lottery officials say. First prize now is about $11,000. The jackpot is based on the amount of money gambled.
Fantasy 5 will pay $100 for matching four of the five numbers. Tickets with three winning numbers will pay $10 and those with two will pay $1.
The Michigan Lottery had sales of $1.68 billion in fiscal 2003 and generated $586 million for public schools.