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  • Pennsylvania Lottery


    The Pennsylvania Lottery is operated by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Lottery was created by the Pennsylvania General Assembly on August 26, 1971; two months later, Henry Kaplan was appointed as its first executive director. The Pennsylvania Lottery sold its first tickets on March 7, 1972 and drew its first numbers on March 15, 1972.

  • New York Lottery


    The New York Lottery began in 1967 as the third modern U.S. lottery, after Puerto Rico's began in 1934, and New Hampshire's in 1964. As part of the New York State Gaming Commission, it provides revenue for public education and is based in Schenectady.

  • New Jersey Lottery


    The New Jersey Lottery is run by the U.S. state of New Jersey. Its In-house draw games are: Pick-3, Pick-4, Jersey Cash 5, 5 Card Cash, Pick-6, and Quick Draw. Its multi-jurisdictional draw games are: Cash4Life, Mega Millions, and Powerball. The Lottery also sells scratch tickets. The New Jersey Lottery is headquartered at One Lawrence Park Complex in Lawrence Township, Mercer County. New Jersey Lottery players must be at least 18 years old. The largest prize won on a ticket sold in New Jersey was for the May 7, 2016 Powerball drawing. The annuity value of the ticket was approximately $429,000,000. Pearlie Mae Smith, along with her seven adult children, all of Trenton, claimed the ticket on May 13, choosing the cash option.

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