Currently, there are 45 states operating lotteries in the United States. When 2021, the Virgin Islands will operate state-wide lotteries, as well. These states offer a wide variety of draw games for players to choose from. They also offer e-Instant games, which are available on mobile apps.
The oldest lottery in the US is the Connecticut Lottery. Founded in 1984, the organization provides a wide variety of draw games for its customers. The state’s profits go to a variety of programs, including public education, transportation services, and care services. In addition to draw games, the lottery also offers e-Instant games that can be played from a desktop or a tablet.
The Hoosier Lottery is another state lottery that offers multiple draw games. The lottery has a total of nine draw games. The lottery also features a variety of local games, such as Lotto America and Cash4Life. In addition, the lottery offers Mega Millions and Powerball. Ticket prizes range from $1 to $20, and the top jackpots can be worth more than $200,000.
Another state lottery, Iowa, offers three draw games. The lottery’s profits go to several different programs, including public education, parks, and wildlife habitats. In addition, the lottery also offers several in-house games.
The Maryland Lottery has four draw games, including Maryland Mega Millions, Maryland Powerball, Maryland Pick 3, and Maryland Match 5. The lottery also offers e-Instant, or instant win, games. These are available through the lottery’s website and mobile app. This allows players to play games on their mobile phones or tablets, and bet on the outcome of each draw.
The Michigan Lottery began selling online lottery tickets in January 2016. Since then, the lottery has sold more than $8 million a week. The lottery also offers the most popular draw games online. When purchasing a ticket, players must be registered with the lottery. They can also purchase tickets from lottery agents. If they choose to purchase a ticket online, they will have to verify their identity by providing their name and address. The lottery also requires that they enter their payment information, which is verified with geolocation software.
The Rhode Island Lottery offers a variety of draw games, including keno and instant win games. The lottery also offers several multi-state draw games. The lottery’s proceeds go to public schools, public safety, and tax relief. In addition, the lottery also donates to road infrastructure. The lottery also offers e-Instant, which is available through its website and mobile app.
In addition to its lottery, Pennsylvania offers eleven draw games, including Powerball and Lotto America. The lottery also offers virtual sports games. In October 2017, the Pennsylvania Legislature passed an online lottery bill that will allow players to purchase tickets online. However, the lottery does not offer MegaMillions or Powerball online.
The lottery in Puerto Rico started in 1934. In addition to its state-wide lottery, the island also runs a state-wide keno game. The lottery also features several draw games, including Lucky for Life.