Across the US, there are many lottery games available. These range from the traditional draw games to more modern instant win games. Some games can be played for as little as a penny, while others cap at $20. The odds of winning vary by state.
The New Hampshire Lottery started in 1964. It is one of the oldest lotteries in the US. It offers several draw games and includes Mega Millions. Some games have top prizes in five figures, while others offer smaller prizes. The top prize in the single version of Keno is $100,000.
The Iowa Lottery is another state with several draw games. It is a member of the Multi-State Lottery Association. It also has several in-house games. The lottery’s profits go to education, natural resources, and parks.
The Oklahoma Lottery has four multi-state draw games. Its profits go to school budgets and other public programs. The lottery also supports state parks and problem gambling treatment.
The Oregon Lottery offers six games. It has been one of the most successful state lotteries. In addition to its in-house games, it offers several multi-state draw games. In 2010, it partnered with the Multi-State Lottery Association.
The New York Lottery has three multi-state draw games and seven in-state draw games. It also offers electronic scratch-offs online. The lottery’s profits go to public schools, natural resources, and local school districts.
The Illinois Lottery offers Mega Millions and Powerball. It is the first state in the US to offer online lottery ticket sales. The lottery also has a website that is translated into a variety of languages. However, the state does not guarantee the accuracy of the translated content.