WyoLotto Pays Out $1.4 Million to Cities, Towns, Counties
CHEYENNE, WY. (AP) — The Wyoming Lottery has shared another $1.4 million of its earnings with local counties, cities and towns across the state.
The latest transfer of funds is the second highest amount ever transferred to the state since the launch of the Wyoming Lottery in 2014. It is the fourth consecutive transfer to the state of over $1 million, bringing the total transfer amount over $10 million since April 2016.
WyoLotto provides the draw games of Cowboy Draw, Powerball, Mega Millions and Lucky for Life.
The Cowboy Draw game currently has a record jackpot of over $1.9 million.
Since the Wyoming Lottery began, it has paid more than $45 million in winnings to players across all four products the lottery sells.