lottery

The Kentucky Lottery Corporation and Scientific Games Corporation (NASDAQ: SGMS) officials have cut the ribbon on a new facility to manage the Lottery's Scratch-off tickets across the Commonwealth

"For any consumer product business, having the appropriate levels of inventory in stores is crucial," said Kentucky Lottery President and CEO Tom Delacenserie. "This proven system of predicting exactly what individual retailers need and ensuring their supply meets consumer demands will absolutely help us grow sales of this essential product."    "We are honored that the Kentucky Lottery has trusted the full category management of its Scratch-off products to Scientific Games," said Jim Kennedy, Group Chief Executive, Lottery for Scientific Games. "This program has been refined over the last several decades, in part by developing advanced technologies, to help lotteries create more growth within the product category and responsibly grow proceeds to their good causes, like education in the state of Kentucky."

Read more

The Kentucky Lottery is Latest Lottery to Add 1-OFF® to its Daily Games

“With this new wager, Pick 3 players now have 27 chances to win with a single ticket, and Pick 4 players have 81 chances to win,” said Tom Delacenserie, president and CEO of the Kentucky Lottery. “These daily games have been popular ever since they were introduced in the Commonwealth, and these new features are definitely going to create more winners – which in turn will create more excitement.”

Read more

The Nebraska Lottery: 25 years of fun

“We have been here to support some really good causes,” Lottery Director Brian Rockey said. “It’s benefited all 93 counties. Virtually every single Nebraskan has been reached by these programs.”

Read more

The New York State Gaming Commission today announced yet another monumental year marked by a record-breaking Aid To Education contribution totaling $3.37 Billion

“New York’s Lottery and Video Lottery Gaming operations continue to lead the industry in contributions made in support of New York schools,” said Commission Acting Executive Director Ronald Ochrym. “We are pleased to be able to maintain funding for education while incorporating best practices to promote responsible gaming in the state.”

Read more