WyoLotto announced its October revenue transfer to Wyoming is higher than expected, amounting to $1,445,900.
In a year with COVID-19 closures, events cancelled, and tourism down, WyoLotto CEO Jon Clontz said the last few months have been about pivoting to provide entertainment while maximizing giving back to Wyoming.
WyoLotto announced today the first ever grand prize winner of the Lucky for Life game. The winning ticket was sold at the Maverik in Afton, Wyo. Players should get out their tickets and check their numbers at wyolotto.com.
A WyoLotto player will have a little extra fun this summer with a $50,000 win from a free Powerball play he picked up on Saturday, Aug. 22. The player collected his winnings Aug. 27 at WyoLotto headquarters in Cheyenne, Wyo.
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July 15, 2020 – WyoLotto announced a record transfer to the state for fiscal year 2020, along with a new promotion coming in August to continue offering fun to players.
WyoLotto was able to transfer $867,000 to the Wyoming State Treasurer on July 8—the highest amount in the last four quarters. Each quarter the company, per its mission and statute, transfers net profits to Wyoming, which is then distributed directly to the cities, towns and counties to use as needed.