With Mega Millions now at $654 million and Powerball at $345 million, jackpot fever is sweeping the nation and possibly awarding $1 billion total this week.
With an Oregon Lottery mobile app now available, one official says the lottery commission plans to integrate technology that would allow for sports betting.
The New Hampshire Lottery went live this week, making it the sixth state in the country offering online lottery sales.
Seven Pennsylvania casinos filed suit alleging some of Pennsylvania Lottery’s iLottery games infringe on their exclusive rights to offer casino-style games.
From Mega Millions to Scratch-Offs, the Pennsylvania Lottery soared to record-breaking numbers and was up by almost $200 million year-to-year.
A Minnesota resident won $1 million in the Powerball. He purchased the ticket through a mobile lottery app even though online gaming is technically illegal.
A $1 million Powerball winner has just days before the ticket expires. On June 23, 2018, the winning ticket won’t be worth the paper it is printed on.
Is Michigan dragging its feet on online gambling because the legalization of internet gaming sites would end a state online gambling monopoly?
The Illinois Lottery has landed itself in some hot water with players and consumer advocacy groups by following a policy to continue to sell scratch and win tickets even after the games’ biggest prizes have been claimed.
New Hampshire has always been a relatively progressive state when it comes to the lottery. But that reputation may be changing now that it has dropped an ad campaign just for sounding like something profane.