Yolo at WyoLottoTM headquarters is breaking the news that the PowerballⓇ jackpot is over $200 million.
Wyoming’s own game is coming March 15, 2015! The Wyoming Lottery Corporation is proud to bring you Wyoming’s very own lottery game, Cowboy Draw™. Set to launch in the spring of 2015, Cowboy Draw gives players better odds and ensures that winning tickets will be sold from a WyoLotto retailer right here in the Cowboy State.
Happy Holidays from your friends at the Wyoming Lottery and welcome to our first eNewsletter! We’d like to keep you in the loop on Wyoming Lottery happenings. If you’d like to receive these updates monthly or know someone who might be interested click here to sign up.
The legislation that authorized the creation of a lottery in Wyoming specifically prohibits scratch games. However, we are currently researching Wyoming-specific draw games so stay tuned!
We will honor requests for anonymity from winners. However, we certainly hope winners will allow us to share their names and good news with other players.
Many of our players have asked where to find historical winning numbers. You can find historical winning numbers on the Powerball® page and the Mega Millions® page on our website. Use the ‘Number Checker’ to find past winning numbers since August 24, 2014. As a reminder, the only way to validate your tickets is through a Lottery Retailer or at the Lottery Office.
128,081 WyoLotto players have won a total of $656,732 since the launch of the lottery in August. How’s that for some Holiday cheer? When people win amounts of $500 and more, we post a news story at the WyoLotto website and soon will be sharing winner’s stories, photos and more. Look for winners in your town!
It’s not too late to start a lottery pool and enter to win! In December, the Lottery will give $5,000 to one randomly selected group with at least five registered members through our website. And the first 100 teams will be mailed a free jackpotalope hunter’s field guide kit. Enter Now!
Wyoming Lottery Corporation warns Wyoming residents to be on guard against scams trying to trick players into providing money or personal financial information in order to claim a lottery prize. “The Wyoming Lottery never asks winners for money in order to claim their prize,” stressed Jon Clontz, CEO of the Wyoming Lottery Corporation. “We don’t notify people if they’ve won, they notify us.”
Thanks for your support of WyoLotto during this year’s season and many thanks to the courageous folks who jumped in the WyoLotto Ball Hopper half time entertainment show!
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Watch Yolo’s Halftime Hijinks and get WyoLotto gear and complimentary Mega Millions® tickets. Mega Millions® and Powerball® tickets will also be available for purchase on the concourse. Go Pokes!
On Sunday, Mary Ogg, a 67-year-old grandmother from Sheridan, made Wyoming history when she bought the first two lottery tickets.
Relive the Launch Day Celebration