The Wyoming Lottery has published its revenue update for Q4 2021, revealing it has transferred just over $1m to the Wyoming state for local community development.
State legislation dictates that Wyoming Lottery must transfer at least 75% of total revenue to the state and communities, though the company claims it does everything possible to exceed the minimum amount.
“We focus closely on cost control and achieving our best in sales, so we can maximize what we send to cities, towns and counties every quarter and every year,” said CEO Jon Clontz.
Since April 2016, Wyoming Lottery Corporation has transferred $23.7m to Wyoming State to go towards community causes.
Meanwhile, the group has made its Lucky for Life game a daily event this week, whilst increasing the volume of Powerball games to three times per week, rather than the usual twice.
Powerball will be drawn on Mondays, as well as the usual Wednesdays and Saturdays, from 23 August.
Lucky for Life is the Corporation’s cash-for life game in which users have the opportunity to play lottery games daily. The overall winner who matches all numbers will win $1,000 per day for life, whilst second place wins $25,000 annually for life.