Tag Archives: Oregon Lottery
- The Lotter pushing Oregon Lottery to expand international online sales
July 4, 2016
A proposal to make it easier for people to purchase Oregon Lottery tickets online from outside the United States is dividing the state’s politicians and may have contributed to the termination of the lottery’s top exec. On June 27, a representative of UK-based online lottery reseller The Lotter pitched the...
- Iraqi citizen wins $6.4m Oregon Lottery jackpot via online ticket reseller
December 10, 2015
The Oregon Lottery has handed out a $6.4m jackpot to an Iraqi citizen who bought the ticket from an online reseller in Israel. On Wednesday, Oregon Lottery officials confirmed that an Iraqi citizen had presented himself at their offices holding a Megabucks ticket worth $6.4m. The man had purchased the...
- Oregon State Lottery Facing $134m Lawsuit Over Video Slot Fraud
January 8, 2015
Oregon resident Justin Curzi is suing the Oregon State Lottery, and a whole host of slot machine manufacturers and programmers for $134m in damages, over claims that their ‘auto-hold’ promises are false. $134m. Now that’s what I call a lot of money. That’s the price that has been thrust forward...
- Kentucky prep online lottery; Northstar New Jersey miss revenue targets
November 25, 2014
Kentucky wants to be the next state to take its lottery into the online realm. Currently, only four US state lotteries – Georgia, Illinois, Michigan and Minnesota – offer some form of online sales but the Kentucky Lottery Corp. expects to join the party by Q3 2015. Kentucky has begun...
- Delaware committee okays gaming bill; Lesniak says Christie ‘back on board’
May 17, 2012
On Thursday, the Delaware House of Representatives Gaming and Parimutuel Committee voted to send its online gambling legislation to the floor of the House for a vote. It probably didn’t hurt that the chief sponsor of the Delaware Gaming Competitiveness Act aka HB333 is Rep. John Viola, who’s also the...
- Lottery follies: Oregon’s ‘Joe Camel’ site causes ruckus; Intralot sues Illinois
November 24, 2011
Minnesota isn’t the only state currently grappling with issues over state-run online lotteries. Three top officials at the Oregon Lottery resigned last week following revelations that the outfit had been attempting to launch an online ‘second chance’ option for losing scratch card tickets aimed at a younger generation of lottery...
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