WASHINGTON STATE LOTTERY
Created in 1982, the Washington's Lottery was established to generate revenues for state programs through the sale of lottery products (games). Those products, or “games,” as they are more commonly known, range in variety from Scratch tickets, in which players discover if they are an instant winner, to “draw” games in which players wait for the random drawing of numbers to determine if they have won. Lottery staff is dedicated to providing new, innovative, and fun games for players to enjoy. Presently, the Washington's Lottery offers five draw games; Mega Millions, Lotto, Hit 5, The Daily Game and Daily Keno, with jackpots ranging from $100,000 for Hit 5 to as high as $360 million for Mega Millions. New Scratch games are launched as frequently as once a month, with players having a choice of more than 30 games a year to experience. Prizes for Scratch games range from $1 to $1,000,000.