Mexico State Bird Featured in New Lottery Game
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico (March 6,
2018) -- The roadrunner is New Mexicos state bird and an iconic symbol
featured in the Lotterys logo design. Now, New Mexicos feathered
friend debuts on March 6 as the star of a new Scratcher, Roadrunner
The game displays a southwest desert
with coyotes and cacti. Players scratch a path over a river and through the
desert for a chance to win a top prize of $25,000.
The game plays off the
roadrunners real-life diet of lizards and snakes. If the roadrunner
reaches the lizard at the end of the trail, a prize is won.
But even if the roadrunner
doesnt reach a lizard, a player can still win a bonus prize by collecting
four or more snakes on the three paths.
Two other new games are also on sale
this March; Lucky Me and Wild Doubler. Lucky
Me celebrates St. Patricks Day with lucky symbols of lady bugs,
pots of gold, jewelled sevens, horseshoes and top prizes of $7,000.
Wild Doubler is
available in four different colour schemes: yellow, orange, red, and blue with
green. This $1 Scratcher features top prizes of $2,500.
All three non-winning Scratchers are
eligible for entry in the VIP Club Points and Rewards Promotion for a chance to
win $5,000 or points for prizes.
Legislative Lottery Scholarships
All profits from the sale of New
Mexico Lottery games fund an in-state college tuition assistance program. Since
1996, the New Mexico Lottery has raised $758.9 million for education and more
than 116,000 students have attended college on Legislative Lottery
More information about Legislative
Lottery Scholarships is available at: www.nmlottery.com.
Follow the New Mexico Lottery on
Facebook at facebook.com/nmlottery.
SOURCE: New Mexico Lottery,
Arkansas Lottery March Games Multiply the Fun!
Look for the five new
instant tickets with the X
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas (March 6,
2018) -- The Arkansas Scholarship Lotterys new games for March will be
easy to find -- just ask for the tickets with the X! That will cover all five
games that launched today: $1 10X the Money, $2 20X the Money, $5 50X the
Money, $10 100X the Money and $20 200X the Money. These new instant tickets
have respective top prizes of $5,000; $25,000; $100,000; $250,000; and
$500,000. They are also full of multipliers like 10X, 20X, 50X, 100X, and 200X
that will multiply your winnings!
This latest family of
tickets for March has something for every player -- wide-ranging price points,
multipliers, and top prizes ranging from five grand to a half-million
dollars, Arkansas Scholarship Lottery Director Bishop Woosley noted.
As always, our goals are to ensure our players have a winning
experience -- and to ensure Arkansas scholarship recipients are part of the win
About the Arkansas Scholarship
More than 92 cents of every dollar
of Lottery revenue goes to prizes, scholarships, retailer commissions, and
other expenses in Arkansas. Since Lottery sales started in 2009, the Arkansas
Scholarship Lottery has provided more than $738 million for in-state college
scholarships to Arkansas students, $2.5 billion+ in prizes to players, and more
than $214 million in commissions to Lottery retailers.
Follow the Arkansas Scholarship
Lottery on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Visit MyArkansasLottery.com for
more information on scholarships, winners, games, odds, promotions -- and to
join The Club for free. To hear winning numbers, call the Winning Numbers
Hotline at 501-682-IWON (4966). To get help with problem gambling, contact the
National Problem Gambling Helpline at 1-800-522-4700.
CONTACT Kara Lee Ford at
501-683-1646 for more information
SOURCE: Arkansas Scholarship
Laboratories International (GLI®) Welcomes Global Audience to its 18th
Annual North American Regulators Roundtable
LAS VEGAS, NV (March 8, 2018)
More than 225 attendees from across the country and around the world converged
at the iconic Luxor Las Vegas on March 7th for the first day of Gaming
Laboratories Internationals (GLI®) 18th Annual Regulators Roundtable.
Among the attendees were some of the
most recognizable and influential Tribal gaming and state government
Presented by GLI University® and
billed as the largest educational and networking event of its kind for gaming
and lottery industry regulators, the two-day conclave is a mix of informative
workshops and inspiring general sessions covering a wide range of
mission-critical topics, such as advanced game concepts, blockchain technology,
skill-based gaming, sports betting, eSports, and technical standards.
A packed general session heard Kerry
Bubolz, president of the Vegas Golden Knights NHL hockey team, for an
enthusiastically received keynote address highlighting the impact the Vegas
Golden Knights have had on both Las Vegas and the sport of hockey in their
Then, GLI President and CEO James
Maida took the stage with an address focused on the theme, Everything we
do, we do for you. He said GLI is expanding its already world-class
capabilities with four independent organizations GLI, Bulletproof,
Kobetron, and SLI Compliance united by the common purpose of
continually serving clients better. Maida emphasized that GLIs nearly 30
years of experience, more than 1,100 global employees, and 21 laboratories are
unmatched in the industry.
Maida also stressed that because
bad guys are getting better, its more imperative than
ever for regulators to stay ahead of the game, because the risks are
too high for anything else. He noted that, based on client feedback,
GLI is focused on continuous improvement of people, products, and processes;
adding that GLI will be expanding its education through free industry leading
webinars, creating a technical point of contact for every regulator, and
increasing the number of regional seminars.
Attendees also enjoyed a
thought-provoking discussion by Maida and Chad Kornett, GLIs Director of
Technical Compliance, on the future of gaming innovation. Maida and Kornett
engaged in a lively interchange covering such hot-button issues as
cryptocurrency, sports betting, virtual reality, and the emergence of eSports
and skill-based gaming.
A highlight of the opening
days activities was the Innovation Room, where a large crowd of attendees
got a glimpse into the future of gaming technology. GLI brought the lab
to you with up-close-and-personal presentations from Bulletproof and
Kobetron. Additionally, students from UNLVs Center for Gaming Innovation
showcased new and emerging technologies.
|GLI James Maida and Paul Magno
The exciting opening day of the 2018
North American Regulators Roundtable concluded with an exclusive VIP cocktail
reception overlooking the glittering Las Vegas Strip at the top of the Mandalay
Bay Resort & Casino. The chic House of Blues Foundation Room was the
perfect setting for regulator attendees to meet and mingle directly with more
than 160 gaming and lottery suppliers from around the world who joined the
event, enjoying this rare opportunity to directly interact with such a large
number of regulators.
Maida said, We thank
everyone for coming to support this conference.
The North American Regulators
Roundtable concludes on Thursday, March 8, 2018. More information about the
Roundtable can be found at www.gaminglabs.com/roundtable2018.
About Gaming Laboratories
Gaming Laboratories International,
LLC delivers the highest quality land-based, lottery and iGaming testing and
assessment services. GLIs laboratory locations are found on six
continents, and the company holds U.S. and international accreditations for
compliance with ISO/IEC 17025, 17020, and 17065 standards for technical
competence in the gaming, wagering and lottery industries. For more
information, visit www.gaminglabs.com.
CONTACT: Christie Eickelman, Vice
President of Global Marketing , T: +1 (702) 914-2220 or E:
SOURCE: Gaming Laboratories
Carolina Education Lottery Hits $20 Billion Sales Record
RALEIGH, North Carolina (March 5,
2018) -- On Saturday, March 3, the North Carolina Education Lottery set another
record, hitting $20 billion in sales.
This is an exciting
milestone for the lottery, said executive director Alice Garland.
Its evidence that our effort to create fun and exciting games
for our players is working.
The lottery started selling games
March 30, 2006 and has increased sales every year since inception. It reached
$20 billion in sales in just 4,357 days.
Those sales resulted in the lottery
raising over $5.6 billion for education in North Carolina.
We attribute this milestone
to the fact that were constantly looking for opportunities to engage our
players, Garland said. Whether its offering new ways
to play or giving away innovative prizes, we want to make sure our players have
a chance to dream a little.
At any given time, the lottery
offers 50 different scratch-off tickets at multiple price points. It launches
new games the first Tuesday of every month. The lottery has three multi-state
draw games and four state draw games including Keno, which launched in
The lottery also makes sure it
offers once-in-a-lifetime prizes. It leverages marketing partnerships to offer
unique experiences for second-chance drawings. For example, players had the
chance to be the Honorary Starter or Grand Marshal at the NCEL 200 NASCAR race
at the Charlotte Motor Speedway, and one lucky player won Panther season
tickets for twenty years.
Since inception, the lottery has
given away over $12 billion worth of prizes.
When our players are
excited about the games and prizes we offer, sales increase and that means more
money for education, Garland said.
CONTACT: Kathleen Jacob, Phone:
SOURCE: North Carolina Education
Lottery press release.
Arkansas Scholarship Lottery Launches New Branding
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas (March 5,
2018) -- The Arkansas Scholarship Lottery has launched a new branding campaign
designed to showcase the many different ways Arkansans can win with the
The This is
Winning campaign launched with 30-second television
commercials during last nights broadcast of the 90th Annual Academy
Awards. The campaign features real Lottery-winning Arkansans and includes
broadcast, outdoor, digital and social components as well as a redesigned
mobile-friendly website and point of sale at all Lottery retail locations.
Winning means different things
to different people when it comes to playing the Lottery, said Bishop
Woosley, director of the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery. For some, winning
means an instant 100 dollars on a scratch-off game. For others, its a
life-changing million-dollar jackpot in a draw game. For thousands more,
winning means receiving a scholarship to attend college.
This is Winning will
include real Arkansas winners who share personal stories about how their lives
have benefitted from winning the Lottery or receiving a scholarship.
The first series in the campaign
will introduce a $50,000 Powerball ® winner, the director of the Arkansas
Coding Academy who went to college on a Lottery scholarship, and a scratch-off
winner who is also a competitive bowler.
The stories we have heard from
Arkansans about the impact that the Lottery has had on their lives have been
heart-warming, Woosley said. From entrepreneurs to students who are
the first in their families to attend college, we cant wait to share them
Lottery officials conducted video
interviews with people about their various winning experiences. Youll
soon be able to watch those over the next few months on TV, social media and
the Lotterys website.
Since its inception in 2009, the
Arkansas Scholarship Lottery has helped provide more than 275,000 Arkansas
Academic Challenge Scholarships totaling approximately $738 million.
More than $2.5 billion in prizes
have been awarded to players, providing participating Lottery retailers with
more than $214 million in commissions.
This is Winning can also
be measured in the $113 million of federal and state tax revenue generated,
which helps sustain the quality of life for Arkansans.
Learn the many ways you can win with
the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery at MyArkansasLottery.com.
ABOUT THE ARKANSAS SCHOLARSHIP
The Arkansas Scholarship Lottery
helps create winning people, winning futures and winning moments. More than 92
cents of every dollar of Lottery revenue goes to prizes, scholarships, retailer
commissions, and other expenses in Arkansas. Since Lottery sales started in
Arkansas Scholarship Lottery has
provided more than $738 million for in-state college scholarships to Arkansas
students, $2.5 billion+ in prizes to players, and more than $214 million in
commissions to Lottery retailers.
Follow the Arkansas Scholarship
Lottery on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. Visit
MyArkansasLottery.com for more
information on scholarships, winners, games, odds, promotions-- and to join the
free Play It Again® Rewards Club. To hear winning numbers, call the Winning
Numbers Hotline at 501-682-IWON (4966). To get help with problem gambling,
contact the National Problem Gambling Helpline at 1-800-522-4700.
SOURCE: Arkansas Scholarship
Lottery is Finalist for International Gaming-Compliance Award for Work in
Culminated In 2017 Guilty Pleas From Three Men
CLIVE, Iowa (March 2, 2018) -- The
Iowa Lottery is a finalist for an international gaming-compliance award for its
work in the long-running lottery jackpot investigation that uncovered fraud
against U.S. lotteries and resulted in guilty pleas from three men.
The Iowa Lottery is one of five
finalists for the 2018 award for outstanding achievement in compliance from
GamblingCompliance, which provides independent legal, regulatory, and business
intelligence to the global gambling industry.
GamblingCompliance presents annual
awards to recognize excellence in 11 categories focused on regulatory
compliance and responsible gaming. Its 2018 Global Regulatory Awards will be
presented April 18 in London.
The jackpot investigation culminated
in 2017 with guilty pleas from three men who admitted they illegally claimed
prizes by rigging lottery drawings in five states.
Eddie Tipton, the man at the center
of the investigation, installed malicious computer code that allowed him to
predict winning numbers in some lottery drawings.
Tipton pleaded guilty to three
felony charges in Iowa and Wisconsin and was sentenced in August 2017 to up to
25 years in prison.
He had conspired with friends and
family to claim lottery prizes in Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma and Wisconsin and
attempt to claim a lottery jackpot in Iowa, which ultimately was not paid.
Tipton's younger brother, Tommy
Tipton, also pleaded guilty in the case, as did Tipton's long-time friend,
SOURCE: Iowa Lottery.
Michigan Lottery Teams Up with Speedway to Give Players a
Chance to win Free Fuel for a Year
MICHIGAN, United States (March 1,
2018) -- Two lucky motorists will be filling their tanks for free for a year
thanks to the Michigan Lottery and Speedway LLC (Speedway).
Beginning today, Lottery players who
buy instant game tickets at Speedway convenience stores and scan their
registered Speedy Rewards® card will be entered in a giveaway to win free
fuel for a year.
A registered Speedy Rewards®
card is one that is associated with a valid email address or phone number.
Customers may register their Speedy
Rewards® card online at http://www.speedway.com or at the in-store kiosk at
any Speedway convenience store. Players will earn one entry for each dollar
spent on Michigan Lottery instant games.
Two grand prize winners each will
receive free fuel for a year in the form of a $2,500 Speedway gift card.
In addition to two grand prize
winners, eight lucky winners each will receive $400 in Lottery instant game
tickets. Winners will be selected at random in late May from eligible
Players may earn entries through
11:59 p.m. on April 30.
There is no limit on the number of
entries a player may earn. Purchases of Lottery draw game tickets arent
eligible for entry.
This marks the fourth time that the
Lottery and Speedway have teamed up to offer players a chance to win free fuel
for a year and free instant game tickets.
SOURCE: Michigan Lottery.
Lottery Fast Play Games Award Over $94 Million in First
MIDDLETOWN, Pennsylvania (February
28, 2018) -- The Pennsylvania Lottery's Fast Play games have awarded more than
$94 million in prizes to over 11 million winners during the first year of
sales. Fast Play games offer players the chance to win prizes without
scratching the ticket or waiting for a drawing.
"Our players really enjoy Fast
Play games, as proven by their enormous popularity during the first year of
sales," said Lottery Executive Director Drew Svitko. "We're thrilled
that these games have received such an enthusiastic response and we thank our
players for their support."
Launched Feb. 28, 2017 with three
games, the Fast Play category today offers more than a dozen different games
that range in price from $1 to $10.
Some games also feature a
progressive top prize that grows until it is won, then resets to the minimum
top prize and starts growing again.
Visit the Fast Play Winners page at
palottery.com to see where prizes have been won.
About Fast Play:
Fast Play games offer the chance to
instantly win prizes without scratching the ticket or waiting for a drawing.
Fast Play games print on-demand from a Lottery sales terminal or self-service
touch-screen vending terminal. Review the ticket, scan it at a Lottery retailer
or use the ticket checker on our official mobile app to determine if it is a
winner. Some Fast Play games offer progressive top prizes. Fast Play tickets
must be printed at the time of purchase; retailers may not print tickets in
advance. Prizes expire one year from the date of purchase. Chances of winning
vary by game. Review rules, chances of winning and other game details at
The Pennsylvania Lottery remains the
only state lottery to direct all proceeds to programs that benefit older
residents. Since ticket sales began in 1972, it has contributed nearly $28
billion to fund property tax and rent rebates, transportation, care services,
prescription assistance, and local services including senior centers and meals.
Players must be 18 or older. Please
play responsibly. Call 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) for help with a
compulsive gambling problem.
Visit palottery.com for winning
numbers, rules, chances of winning, and to join the VIP Players Club for second
chances to win. Install our official mobile app, like us on Facebook and follow
us on Instagram and Twitter @PALottery.
CONTACT: Lottery Media Relations,
SOURCE: Pennsylvania Lottery.
Florida Lottery Shatters All Records Nationwide To Achieve the
Best Scratch-Off Sales Week In History
Contributes $23 Million
to Education in One Week
TALLAHASSEE, Florida (March 5, 2018)
-- The Florida Lottery announces that last week it shattered all previous
single-week Scratch-Off sales records nationally, with $123,841,686 in Scratch
sales. It also had its best overall sales week of the fiscal year, with
$167,620,057 in total sales.
The Florida Lotterys new $30
100 X THE CASH Scratch-Off game alone recorded $34,279,230 in sales for the
week; resulting in total Scratch-Off sales exceeding the Lotterys
previous weekly sales record, set in 2017, by more than $18 million or 17
percent. More than $23.5 million in prizes for the game were also claimed
last week. This ranks as the 2nd highest sales week by any Lottery for a
Scratch game. Massachusetts holds the current record at $34,378,500, set in
With higher sales, come higher prize
payouts for Lottery winners, increased retailer commissions and most
importantly more funding to enhance education. Last weeks total
sales generated approximately $40 million for the Educational Enhancement Trust
Breaking sales records like
this is a significant achievement, said Florida Lottery Secretary Jim
The Florida Lottery is
proud to be able to create millions of winners, partner with thousands of
retailers statewide, many of whom are small business owners, and provide a
reliable source of funding for Floridas students and
Scratch-Off games are an important
part of the Lotterys portfolio of games, comprising approximately 68
percent of ticket sales and generating more than $784 million for the
Educational Enhancement Trust Fund (EETF) in fiscal year 2016-17.
ABOUT THE FLORIDA LOTTERY
The Florida Lottery is responsible
for contributing more than $32 billion to education and sending more than
775,000 students to college through the Bright Futures Scholarship Program. The
Florida Lottery reinvests 98 percent of its revenue back into Floridas
economy through prize payouts, commissions to more than 13,000 Florida
retailers and contributions to education. Since 1988, Florida Lottery games
have paid more than $56.3 billion in prizes and made more than 2,000 people
millionaires. For more information, please visit:
CONTACT: Lottery Communications
Office, T: (850) 487-7727.
SOURCE: The Florida Lottery.
Giancarlo Sergi Appointed as New GLMS General
GLMS reinforces its
management to deliver strongly in 2018/2019 and beyond
LAUSANNE, Switzerland (March 1,
2018) -- The Executive Committee of the Global Lottery Monitoring System (GLMS)
is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Giancarlo Sergi as the new General
Secretary of GLMS.
Giancarlo Sergi started his sports
career as a professional basketball player before completing his bachelor and
master degrees in Business Administration and Sports management in Lausanne,
Barcelona and Lyon.
As a former UEFA employee, Giancarlo
worked as Marketing Services Manager for UEFA Team Competitions such as EURO
and Women Championships.
For more than 10 years, Giancarlo
ran his own consultancy firm at Maison du Sport in Lausanne and worked on a
large number of strategic projects for the international sport industry, mainly
advising Sport Organisations in the areas of PR and Communication, HR,
Education & Knowledge Management and Event Planning.
During this time, Giancarlo gained
valuable experience holding various consultancy roles for 5 Olympic Games, 2
FIFA World Cups and 2 UEFA EUROS.
Since 2014, Giancarlo Sergi has been
the President of Swiss Basketball, the governing body of Basketball in
Switzerland. He is also a Member of FIBA Governing Commission.
GLMS has been also supported by
Vagelis Alexandrakis, who as of 1 March 2018, will serve as the Deputy
Secretary General of the GLMS. Vagelis is well-known in the lottery sector,
having been managing over the last 5 years the sports activities of the
European Lotteries Association (EL). A strong believer in the positive values
of sport, Vagelis has also experience with the International Platform on Sport
and Development, the International Olympic Academy as well as the sport unit of
the European Commission.
GLMS President Ludovico Calvi
states: With the recent launch of GLMS new Monitoring platform and the
new hub in Hong Kong, it is now the right time to strengthen our management
team in the massive global fight against Match-Fixing and deliver effectively
on our ambitious GLMS strategic agenda. I am confident that Giancarlo thanks to
his excellent experience within the sports sector and prior executive roles, is
best placed to further lead GLMS growth and with the support of Vagelis who has
a solid expertise in the sports integrity segment, will make GLMS an authentic,
credible and globally respected Sports Integrity Organisation.
CONTACT: Giancarlo Sergi, GLMS
Secretary General, E: email@example.com,
Evangelos Alexandrakis, GLMS Deputy Secretary general, E:
GLMS is the state lotteries
mutualized monitoring system on sports betting. It aims at detecting and
analyzing suspicious betting activities that could question the integrity of a
sport competition. Building on six years of experience with the establishment
in 2009 of ELMS with European Lotteries, GLMS went global in January 2015
extending the network to other continents. GLMS facilitates the sharing of
sports betting information as part of the collective efforts of its members in
ensuring sports integrity globally, and is dedicated to effective cooperation
with all key stakeholders: regulators, law enforcement authorities, sports
organizations. GLMS comprises 29 Members from all over the globe.
SOURCE: GLMS press release.
Playn GO in Running for Three Global Regulatory
SWEDEN (March 1, 2018) --
Omni-channel slots specialist Playn GO has confirmed its international
regulatory credentials with three nominations at the Global Regulatory Awards
2018, run by Gambling Compliance.
The wider compliance team has been
shortlisted for In-house Counsel/Legal Team of the Year, Jemal Sudra,
Playn GOs Technical Compliance Officer is listed for Compliance
Officer of the Year, and its Technical Compliance & Information Security
Officer Deion Williams will look to win the Data Protection Officer of the Year
These nominations come on the back
of Playn GOs success in working with regulators in various
territories to seamlessly certify and integrate its products into locally
Playn GO is seeking to be the
foremost provider to regulated markets and is on a continuous assignment to
expand its reach. With the recent additions of Spain and Columbia, its list of
regulated market offerings now reaches more than 15 jurisdictions worldwide.
Playn GOs flawless
regulatory record has been built on its team of expert legal and compliance
specialists, all of whom has vast experience working across all areas of the
legal and compliance sphere. Their efforts to ensure compliance across its
broad spectrum of software products and services for the gaming industry allow
customers to have the peace of mind to deliver their customers fully compliant
products in an increasingly regulated landscape.
Johan Törnqvist, CEO of
Playn GO, said: These nominations confirm our credentials of being
the leading supplier to regulated territories. Weve been proactive in
building a first-class legal and compliance team which can deal with the
evolving rigours of the international legislative landscape and its great
to be recognised for this strategy.
The categories will be hotly
contested, but Ive seen the work our legal teams do first hand and
competitors would be hard-pushed to be more engaged in the process and
effective in its implementation, ensuring our content seamlessly integrates
with clients around the world.
About Playn GO
Playn GO is an award-winning
supplier of high quality gaming content to many of the worlds leading
casino brands. Their genuine omni-channel solution can be tailored to
suit the needs of individual online and land-based partners, regardless of
geographical, regulatory, or market-specific requirements. Their games are
developed in HTML5 to provide an enhanced user experience on all devices and
operating systems. They are complemented by superior back-office administration
tools which provide expansive reporting and marketing capabilities, ensuring
operators are equipped to provide the ultimate gaming experience. The supplier
has been recognised with the IGA Slot Provider of the Year 2017 and 2018
titles. For more information about Playn GO, who have offices in Sweden,
Malta, Hungary, and the UK, please visit
SOURCE: Playn GO press
Lottery Scratch-Offs Winners Claim Over $168 Million in
MIDDLETOWN, Pa. (March 5, 2018) --
Pennsylvania Lottery Scratch-Offs winners claimed $168,318,401 in prizes during
February, including two top prizes of $3 million:
Bingman Packing Company, 165 Fifth
Ave., Berlin, Somerset County sold a top prize-winning ticket for the $3
Million Mega Multiplier game.
Sheetz, 3832 State Route 711,
Ligonier, Westmoreland County sold a top prize-winning ticket for the
$3,000,000 Extreme Green game.
Across Pennsylvania, other big
scratch-offs prizes claimed during the month included:
- Three prizes of $1 million (Cumberland, Dauphin and
- Six $300,000 prizes (various counties);
- One $250,000 prize (Delaware County);
- Two $150,000 prizes (Allegheny and Washington
- Ten prizes of $100,000 (various counties).
Monthly winner lists posted in the
Winners section of palottery.com include winners of $1,000 or more, although
many prizes below that amount were won.
Scratch-Offs currently offer prizes
ranging from a free ticket to $3 million. Before playing any game, players
should read and understand the rules, prizes remaining and specific chances of
winning found at palottery.com. Check tickets promptly and immediately claim
winnings. Prizes expire one year from a Scratch-Off game's end-sale date posted
The overall chances of winning any
prize, printed on the back of each ticket, are stated across all tickets
produced in a game and not by consecutive tickets sold per pack. Random
distribution ensures the Pennsylvania Lottery and retailers do not know where
winning tickets will be sold.
About Us: The Pennsylvania
Lottery remains the only state lottery to direct all proceeds to programs that
benefit older residents. Since ticket sales began in 1972, it has contributed
nearly $28 billion to fund property tax and rent rebates, transportation, care
services, prescription assistance, and local services including senior centers
Players must be 18 or older. Do not
give lottery games to children. Please play responsibly. Call 1-800-GAMBLER
(1-800-426-2537) for help with a compulsive gambling problem.
Visit palottery.com for winning
numbers, rules, chances of winning, and to join the VIP Players Club for second
chances to win. Install our official mobile app, like us on Facebook and follow
us on Instagram and Twitter @PALottery.
CONTACT: Lottery Media Relations, T:
SOURCE: Pennsylvania Lottery.
Lottery Expert Miriam Lindhorst Joins the adesso
DORTMUND, Germany (March 5, 2018)
The IT service provider adesso is taking lottery expert Miriam Lindhorst
(42) on board. The experienced manager was the CEO of the international
Novomatic Lottery Solutions group and was most recently in charge of running
the Catalan state lottery.
Effective immediately, Miriam
Lindhorst will be bringing her extensive knowledge, experience and contacts
from the lottery and gaming technology industry exclusively to adesso and its
The fully qualified lawyer and
computer scientist has 15 years of experience in the gaming sector most
recently leading the creation and management of the business activities of the
Novomatic Lottery Solutions (NLS) technology group, one of Europes
leading providers in the field of gaming, from November 2014 to July 2016.
Over the course of the last
year-and-a-half, Miriam Lindhorst has been successfully focussing on setting up
and overseeing the operations of the Catalan state lottery as CEO of the
Spanish NLS subsidiary.
Dr Rüdiger Striemer, in charge
of the Lottery division at adesso, has been following Miriam Lindhorsts
industry career for many years.
"Miriam knows the international
lottery business and the gaming sector from the ground up. She has been a
leading figure in this sector since completing her thesis on the technology
used by 16 German lottery companies. Her expertise as a renowned and
experienced sales and marketing expert in the gaming industry has won us over.
We are delighted to have brought Miriam on board as a member of the adesso
Miriam Lindhorst will still be
involved with the lottery sector at adesso in the future in an advisory role,
but will primarily be focusing on the internationalisation of the adesso Group.
The multilingual manager has an extensive respectable track record working for
international gaming groups like Aristocrat and IGT and has an excellent
intercultural background resulting from her work with corporate customers in
Europe, Australia, the U.S. and the Middle East. Within the adesso
Group, Miriam will be setting up and running the new Spanish subsidiary in
Barcelona. An announcement is expected to be made about its official founding
in the first half of this year.
adesso is one of the leading IT
service providers in the German-speaking area and focuses its consulting and
software development activities on the core business processes of companies and
public authorities. adessos strategy is based on three pillars: the deep
industry-specific know-how of its staff, the comprehensive expertise in
technology and the application of reliable methods in software implementation
projects. Following this approach, adesso develops superior IT solutions, which
enhance the competitive position of a company. adesso was founded
in Dortmund in 1997 and employs more than 2,600 members of staff. The share is
listed on the regulated market.
Some of the most important customers
are Allianz, Commerzbank, Münchener Rück, Hannover Rück, Union
Investment, Bosch, Westdeutsche Lotterie, Swisslos, Zurich Versicherung, DEVK,
DAK, Medizinischer Dienst der Krankenversicherung (MDK-IT), DZR Deutsches
Zahnärztliches Rechenzentrum, TÜV Rheinland and Beschaffungsamt des
Bundesministeriums des Innern.
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SOURCE: adesso AG.
Standards Association Creates Landmark TPI (Third-Party Interface) Standard,
Streamlining iGaming Platform Interfaces
LAS VEGAS, NV (March 5, 2018)
The Gaming Standards Association (GSA) has created a new, landmark
specification, the TPI (Third-Party Interface) Standard, streamlining Remote
Gaming Servers to iGaming platform interfaces, and breaking down barriers to
entry for more game content suppliers
From a highly technical perspective,
GSAs TPI Standard is based on JSON, HTTP/REST, and WebSocket technology.
It describes a standardized interface between iGaming Platforms, Remote Game
Servers, and Progressive Jackpot Controllers for launching games, recording
monetary transactions, posting progressive contributions, awarding progressive
jackpots, reconciling interrupted games, etc.
From a laypersons perspective,
GSAs TPI Standard greatly enables operators access to new content to
retain current players and attract new players keeping them from defecting to
other online casinos. TPI accomplishes this by providing greater operator
access to content through faster integrations, eliminating barriers to entry
for content providers, and reducing ongoing multiple proprietary API support
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Additionally, the specification
fully supports online gaming operations that service multiple jurisdictions,
allowing the activity associated with each jurisdiction to be easily isolated
This is a major step
forward for the gaming industry generally and for the online gaming sector
specifically. Further fulfilling GSAs 20-year mission of enabling
interoperability, innovation, and unleashing creativity, our TPI Standard
streamlines the very essence of the iGaming platform, and kicks the door open
for more game content suppliers, said GSA President Peter
This is a win for operators
who want to better service their customers with a continuing stream of new
content; its a win for platform providers who can cut integration time
and support costs; and its a win for content suppliers who can now more
easily reach the marketplace. I am extremely proud of the hard work and
dedication of our volunteer team on GSAs Online Gaming
Committee, said GSA Europe Managing Director Mark Pace.
GSAs new TPI Standard is
available for license by members and non-members. Members can obtain this
standard by submitting a newly executed opt-in form that outlines the new
licensing requirements. If your organization is a member of GSA, send a request
to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for a copy of the standard. If you have not
yet opted into the committee, you will be asked to do so, prior to being sent a
Non-GSA organizations can obtain
this standard by signing the licensing agreement and paying the nominal fee.
They can also choose the option of a Committee Only membership or
one of the membership levels that allow access to all committees. More
information is available at gamingstandards.com; choose
Is your organization interested in
working with GSA on the creation of future standards? Please join us or
follow GSA on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.
CONTACT: Paul Speirs-Hernandez,
Steinbeck Communications/Red Wagon Institute, T: +1-702-413-4278, E:
SOURCE: The Gaming Standards