Online Lottery News
Illinois man wins $250,000 in state lottery, still hasn't been paid
Danny Chasteen could not claim his prize because state legislators had not passed a state budget.
Cash4Life lottery game approved in Maryland
Cash4Life approved for Maryland lottery players.
GLI provides software quality assurance and testing services to North American lotteries
GLI's suite of services includes functional testing, load and performance testing, security testing and source code review.
Plainridge Park Casino selling lots of lottery
200 percent increase in lottery sales at Plainridge Park Casino.
Ireland: Higher chance winning lotto than being attacked by a shark
Lottery ups ball count to 47 and lessens likelihood of a win to one in 10,737,573.
Ireland: Lotto ticket prizes raised
Cost of a lottery ticket rises in Ireland amid criticism that price hike was caused by privatisation.
Grover Gaming receives approval for new electronic pull-tab
The new game, "GameShow Glitz," will be offered as a charitable gaming option in New Hampshire.
GLI completes WLA responsible gaming assessment
This assessment makes the California lottery the only lottery in the U.S. to hold the Responsible Gaming Level Four certification.
Scientific Games signs deal with Oregon Lottery
The deal will see Scientific Games provide the Lottery with 2,000 video lottery terminals starting later this year.
Lottery Places app allows players to find nearest lottery retailers
The new mobile app allows players to find their closest lottery retailer anywhere in the United States.
EuroLotto launches exciting new site
EuroLotto, in partnership with Kootac.com, has unveiled its new-look site which now allows players to buy tickets online for six of the world's biggest lotteries including Play EuroMillions, EuroJackpot and the USA's famous Play Powerball and Play MegaMillions draws.
Scientific Games wins contract with National Lottery of Norway
Scientific Games signs new contract with Norsk Tipping, the National Lottery of Norway.
Mega Millions jackpot soars to $214 Million
This is the largest Mega Millions jackpot since a $270 million jackpot in January.
Mega Millions jackpot rolls to $194 Million
Mega Millions jackpot has reached $194 million for the next big drawing.
Alabama eyes expanded gambling
Two bills to be introduced this week in the Alabama Legislature could see the eventual approval of a statewide lottery.
Lottery ticket win rigged allegedly
Iowa Lottery employee alleged to have rigged numbers using a self-deleting computer program to stand trial.
Deal Me In: Using this lotto write-off ruse is ill advised
Mark Pilarski advises players never to buy losing scratch tickets on eBay to try to offset gambling wins on their taxes.
Portuguese State Lottery record instant game sales up 18% in 2014
Portuguese State Lottery reports record instant game sales in 2014, a year-over-year increase of 18 percent.
Scientific Games to provide 5,000 video lottery terminals to Greece
Las Vegas-based Scientific Games Corp. said Tuesday it signed a deal with the company that manages the lottery in Greece and will provide 5,000 slot machinelike video lottery terminals to the country’s gaming market.
Quebec to block unlicensed gambling sites
Quebec will introduce provincial legislation that will force ISPs to block unlicensed online gambling sites.
Scientific Games named one of Georgia's Top 40 Most Innovative Technology Companies
Scientific Games, along with all of the companies selected for the "Top 40," will be showcased at the 2015 Georgia Technology Summit on March 25 at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta.
1Click Games launches SXM Lottery
1Click Games is proud to announce the successful launch of SXM Lottery. Originally North American land-based casino giant now is also available online.
Bally transaction plays a part in Scientific Games net loss
Scientific Games CEO Gavin Isaacs said Wednesday it will take a few more quarters to get a better handle on the operation, which purchased slot machine giant Bally Technologies last year.
Inside Gaming: IGT name among valued assets being acquired by GTECH
At last week’s Nevada gaming regulatory hearing, GTECH Chairman Lorenzo Pellicioli revealed the merged company will be known as IGT when the buyout closes in April.
Nevada regulators approve GTECH buyout of IGT
The combined companies will be branded as IGT, and the holding company will be named International Game Technology PLC.
GTECH obtains financing to complete IGT acquisition
The transaction, expected to close in the spring, is valued at $6.4 billion.