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New Mexico Lottery creating game tied to sports
The board that oversees the New Mexico Lottery voted unanimously Tuesday to move forward with creation of a game tied to the outcome of sporting events. David Barden, the lottery CEO, said he expects the game to go on sale in four to six months. Details of the game are being worked out, but it will involve a parlay-like wager. A player will pick possible outcomes of at least three sporting events and will have to choose all correctly to win. It's not your grandmother's lottery game, Ba
Oct 31, 2018, 10:57 am - Lottery News

Pennsylvania casinos file suit against state lottery over Internet-based games
Seven commercial casino operators in Pennsylvania have filed suit in Commonwealth Court against the Pennsylvania Lottery over its new breed of casino-style online games. The casino operators are asking the court to stop the Lottery from offering the games, introduced in May, arguing they cut too close to the online games that the casinos say state gambling law reserves exclusively for them. The suit alleges several of the Lottery's games improperly imitate the look, sound and feel of slot
Aug 22, 2018, 3:14 pm - Lottery News

Pennsylvania Lottery is now offering simulated sports games, much to casinos' dismay
The Pennsylvania Lottery on Tuesday rolled out the latest addition to its line-up with the introduction of a simulated sports games that may appeal to football and auto racing fans. Called Xpress Football and Xpress Car Racing, these realistic animation of sporting events allow players to bet on an outcome of a random computerized drawings that occur every five minutes. Tickets to play the games can be purchased and checked at any lottery retailer. Those who want to watch the drawing resul
Aug 17, 2018, 11:48 am - Lottery News

New Illinois Lottery game to help families of fallen officers
A new Illinois lottery game will generate money to help the families of police officers killed or severely hurt in the line of duty. Lawmakers overwhelming approved legislation to create the new scratch-off lottery game earlier this year. Gov. Bruce Rauner signed it into law on Monday. Money from the game will go to three designated police memorial funds. It will be used to build memorials and parks, hold annual memorial commemorations, provide scholarships to the children of fallen or inj
Aug 1, 2018, 2:10 pm - Lottery News

The Oregon Lottery is moving aggressively toward mobile phone betting
The first apps could debut next month A Jantzen Beach sports bar called Bradley's did more video lottery business last year than any of the nearly 4,000 other lottery retailers in the state. Bradley's took in $1.96 million in 2017. That means a video lottery player pushed a $20 bill into one of Bradley's machines every four minutes every day of the year. But the Oregon Lottery looks at Bradley's success and sees trouble: an old-school tavern unlikely to attract young Oregonians glued to
Jun 14, 2018, 8:28 pm - Lottery News

Pennsylvania becomes the seventh U.S. state to sell lottery games online
The Pennsylvania Lottery has launched PA iLottery, interactive games played online on a computer, tablet or mobile device that offer chances to win up to $250,000. PA iLottery games are a fun, new way to play and win from home or while on the go, Drew Svitko, lottery executive director, said. iLottery is a big part of our effort to meet our players where they already are while generating new funds to benefit older Pennsylvanians. Online PA iLottery games do not include draw games, Fast P
Jun 5, 2018, 3:57 pm - Lottery News

Ohio Lottery rolls out new initiatives
The Ohio Lottery is undertaking several new initiatives expected to increase revenue and offer new options to players. Here's what's new: Cashless payments Lottery self-service terminals now accept credit and debit cards and eWallet payments. The lottery began installing payment systems last fall on instant ticket kiosks and self-service games. All pin pads should be installed by mid-February. Once complete, there will be 7,550 self-service terminals with cashless pin pads. Cashle
Feb 13, 2018, 10:38 am - Lottery News

Keno in New Hampshire starts today
37 locations in initial rollout; more to be added By Todd Northrop The popular quick-draw style Keno lottery game can be officially played in New Hampshire, as of Friday, Dec. 15, 2017. Seven cities out of the state's 13 can now have Keno 603 at designated bars and restaurants. That includes Manchester, Nashua, Laconia, Berlin, Franklin, Somersworth, and Claremont. Franklin, the first to approve Keno games within its city limits, will be rolling out some of the first action. A tot
Dec 15, 2017, 9:41 am - Lottery News

Lotto America multi-state lottery game tickets on sale Sunday
New game replaces canceled Hot Lotto By Todd Northrop What's old is new again. Ripping a page from the 1980s, the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL) is starting a new game on Sunday called Lotto America the original name of what is now known as Powerball. The throwback name is probably a good idea, since the new game has the difficult task of helping people forget the tumultuous ending to Hot Lotto, the game it replaces. Fortunately for lottery players, not only does the new g
Nov 10, 2017, 10:15 am - Lottery News

Tennessee Lottery celebrates eclipse with new scratch-off game
By Todd Northrop There's nothing like the moon passing in front of the sun for 15 minutes to get people running to the store for scratch-off lottery tickets. So must have went the theory when the Tennessee Lottery decided to launch its latest instant lottery game, Eclipse Jumbo Bucks. The lottery stated in a release that the new game offers a fun way to celebrate the upcoming total solar eclipse. On August 21, a solar eclipse will be visible in the United States from coast to coast,
Aug 14, 2017, 4:51 pm - Lottery News