Weekly Highlight: Hoosier Lottery
In 1988, Indiana voters voted to add a lottery. In October 1989, the Hoosier Lottery began selling tickets to Indiana residents ready to play scratch-off games. Since then, the Hoosier Lottery has provided the citizens of Indiana with games and funds for the state employee pension plans.
The Hoosier Lottery currently offers 9 different draw games including Powerball and Mega Millions. The Lottery gives its players the chance to win with more than 40 different scratch-off games at a given time. There are dozens of ways to keep playing with the Hoosier Lottery with their online My Lottery program. A My Lottery account is free to sign up for and members get exclusive access to second chance games, online promotions, and fun offerings from the Hoosier Lottery.
The Hoosier Lottery benefits the pensions for firefighters, police officers, and teachers. The funds raised by lottery sales help these public servants receive better benefits when they retire. The Indiana Lottery is firm in its promise to provide for their pension funds, and has done so for over 20 years.
Recently, the Hoosier Lottery went back on the air, broadcasting their draw games for players to see instantly on Fox59. The draw games Daily 3 and Daily 4 are now broadcast live by the new winner of the Hometown Host contest, Chayzee Smith.
In addition to now being on the air again, the Hoosier Lottery is preparing to participate in the first ever multi-state raffle, Halloween Millions. This game will be available in 6 different states, and offers more chances at winning $1 million than any other draw games.
The Hoosier Lottery is committed to helping others, and is sponsoring the upcoming Susan G Komen races that will hit Indiana in September. These races will give the lottery a chance to continue to give back.
Keep up with the Hoosier Lottery on the LutteryHUB app, and see new games, promotions, and more from your favorite lottery.