Factors seemingly outside its control in 2019-20 kept the Pennsylvania Lottery a little short of matching its record revenue the year before.
Stuck at home and bored? The PA iLottery is offering up to $300 in free play and if you lose you're supporting senior citizens.
Traditional lottery sales are down 25% in Pennsylvania, and some of that loss in business is being made up for by online lottery games.
After the current jackpot is hit, Powerball will cut in half its minimum jackpots from $40 million to $20 million thanks to decreased sales.
Pennsylvanians can take advantage of an online lottery for Tuesday's $101 Mega Millions drawing. The cash option is more than $76 million.
PA has joined in on the New Hampshire Lottery's fight against the most recent DOJ Wire Act Opinion, seeking to protect the PA Lottery.
With a sales drop from Powerball and Mega Millions putting the PA Lottery behind last year's revenue, lottery officials take them online.
Legislation addressing a pair of issues — while expanding legalized gambling — is the subject of a House hearing Wednesday morning.