October 30, 2017 – On Thursday, Oct. 26., a lucky Cowboy DrawⓇ player discovered she was WyoLotto’sTM newest jackpot winner. Katrina Vosler, a Cheyenne native, bought her winning ticket at 12:35 on Thursday, less than an hour and a half before the 2 p.m. draw. Little did she know how important her timing was on that day.
The Wyoming Lottery Corporation is scheduled to hold a Quarterly Board Meeting on October 20, 2017. The anticipated public hearing will be held at 8:00 AM in Rock Springs, WY at the Homewood Suites and via teleconference. For more information go to wyolotto.com; click on “About” and then “Board Meetings”, or contact the Wyoming Lottery Corporation Office at (307) 432-9300.
On Oct. 5, the Wyoming Lottery Corporation transferred $862,263.36 to the Wyoming State Treasurer’s Office as a part of their ongoing effort to support Wyoming communities. WyoLottoTM has prioritized giving back to Wyoming, and these funds are distributed to Wyoming’s 99 cities and towns and 23 counties. This will be WyoLotto’s seventh transfer to the state. (more…)
WyoLottoTM is preparing for big changes to the national game Mega MillionsⓇ. The game is being redesigned to bring more value to players with larger jackpots starting at $40 million, and better odds to win $1 million and higher secondary prizes. The redesign also includes a new way to play, called “Just the JackpotⓇ.”
Sept. 6, 2017 – The Wyoming Lottery Corporation (WyolottoTM) officials are proud to have recently celebrated its third birthday! On Aug. 24, 2017 the lottery turned three years old and is thankful for all of the players, retailers, and communities who have made it a big success.
“We are proud of how much we have accomplished in the last three years, and I am very pleased with our focus on being a maturing and sustainable company in Wyoming,” said Jon Clontz, WyoLotto CEO.