Lotto NZ's Chief Executive Wayne Pickup announced the changes in a press release this afternoon. The changes were to improve game play for customers, Pickup said. "We've listened to what players have asked for - more ways to win and bigger prizes ... over 770 Kiwis have become millionaires overnight through playing Lotto, and we're looking forward to continuing that winning streak for our players."
Åsne Havnelid, Chief Executive Officer, Norsk Tipping, said, “We look forward to offering more game entertainment from Scientific Games to Norwegians. The instant games, technology, and services provided by Scientific Games have proven successful and helped us in our mission to grow responsibly. Since launching our iGaming program several years ago, Norsk Tipping remains committed to providing the very best portfolios of interactive casino and eInstant products to our players, while executing our responsible gaming principles.”
“The bill makes sure lottery revenues to education not only never fall below next year’s baseline, but grow over time by generating stronger lottery sales to send more funds to education,” said Oklahoma Lottery Executive Director Rollo Redburn.
With the bidding process now complete and ministers poring over the proposals, it won't be long until we're given an indication of which company will take charge of our national lottery.
"This milestone would not have been possible without the support of our loyal players, dedicated retailers and hardworking Lottery staff," said Florida Lottery Secretary Tom Delacenserie. "The Lottery will continue working hard every day to advance our mission of maximizing contributions to education in a manner that is consistent with the dignity and integrity of the state."
"By adding CASH4LIFE to the Lottery's line up, we are strengthening our product offerings with an exciting new game we hope will appeal to Florida?s diverse and growing population. It is my hope CASH4LIFE sales will help us generate additional funding for the enhancement of education in our state," said Florida Lottery Secretary Tom Delacenserie.
“Our players really enjoy Idaho-only Draw Games with big prizes,” said Idaho Lottery Director Jeff Anderson. “This game, which gives players two chances to win for a $1 ticket, was already creating a lot of excitement before we launched it. We’re looking forward to it being successful, not only for our players, but also for our beneficiaries – Idaho’s public schools and the permanent building fund.”