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“For twenty years, the Tennessee Education Lottery has helped open doors for students and families by consistently serving as a vital source of funding for specific education programs,” said Rebecca Paul, Lottery president and CEO. “We’ve seen incredible support from those who have embraced the games, our retailers, our Board of Directors, elected officials, and our dedicated team of employees—all of which has resulted in an amazing journey.” “As we enter the next decade, we’re dedicated to making sure the years ahead prove just as fun for our players and as productive for the good causes we serve.”
MLC President Jeff Hewitt said: “These four years have passed in a flurry of excitement and growth. Reaching the $2bn mark is an incredible accomplishment, and we are excited about continuing our growth and success into year five.”
When you buy a ticket through Sask Lotteries – We All Win! Since 1974, lottery sales in Saskatchewan have been used to provide more than $1.4 billion to support athletes from the grassroots level to the international stage, connect youth to artistic experiences, help residents experience the beauty of the parks that cover the province and much more.
“The Thuringian State Lottery can look back on a successful year in 2023. We are not only perceived as a reputable gaming company, but also as a promoter of culture, supporter of social initiatives and environmental projects and as a permanent partner of sport. It is this tenor that has a lasting positive impact on our acceptance in the Free State,” sums up managing director Jochen Stashewski
“We are incredibly grateful to our loyal players, hardworking retailers, and dedicated staff and Board whose contributions have created opportunities for so many deserving South Carolinians,” said the Lottery’s Executive Director Hogan Brown. “The Lottery will keep the momentum going and continue to raise funds for education in a responsible manner.”
“A year with a lot of uncertainty lies behind us. In these times we notice that the people of Lower Saxony dream away from everyday life and want to find great happiness. Trust, reliability and seriousness are important pillars that we stand for with our offers, especially in turbulent times,” sums up Axel Holthaus, Managing Director of LOTTO Lower Saxony. Sven Osthoff, also managing director of LOTTO Lower Saxony, adds: “The effects of the geopolitical conflicts are still noticeable. The fact that our customers remain loyal to us makes us happy and is an incentive at the same time. We would like to thank you very much for the trust you have placed in us.”
“I look forward to greater results with the future eventual arrival of iGaming and iLottery in New York., said Sen. Joe Addabbo.” "New York’s schools and small businesses win every time a lottery ticket is purchased,” Brian O’Dwyer, chair of the NYSGC(New York State Gaming Commission), said in a press release.
“This year too, Germans were able to escape everyday life, dream or even find happiness with our safe, responsible lottery products. We were able to distribute around €4.0 billion in winnings across all types of games. The high winnings usually receive the most media attention. But we are experiencing the joy that even the many smaller winnings bring to game participants nationwide,” says Axel Holthaus, managing director of LOTTO Niedersachsen, the company currently in charge of the DLTB.
“Giving back to communities statewide in support of a better quality of life for all Arizonans is at the heart of the Lottery’s mission,” said Arizona Lottery CEO Alec Thomson. “Lottery revenue provides vital funding for programs and services that help some of our state’s most vulnerable populations, including Arizonans experiencing poverty and homelessness.”
The immensely popular lottery will distribute a total of 2.6 billion euros in prizes this year, much of it in small winnings. Street and bar celebrations normally break out, with winners uncorking bottles of sparkling wine and singing and dancing. The event is televised nationally from Madrid's Teatro Real opera house.
“We have achieved the results we anticipated for the first six months of fiscal 2023–2024, despite an economic climate that is putting pressure on Quebecers’ pocketbooks. We’re maintaining the focus on our objectives,” said PRESIDENT AND CEO, Jean-François Bergeron. "We believe it’s important to keep modernizing our offerings in a responsible manner, as always.” “We also unveiled our 2023–2028 Corporate Social Responsibility Plan. It demonstrates our commitment to balancing the commercial and social aspects of our mission to make a positive contribution to the community.”
Elisabeth Römer-Russwurm, Managing Director Austrian Lotteries: “The Austrian Lotteries have been supporting numerous institutions and projects in the humanitarian sector for decades - employees can also suggest their own projects in order to get involved socially.
The aim is to cover the heating and energy costs for needy people in Austria in winter.
The NY Lottery continues to be North America's largest and most profitable lottery program, earning more than $82.38 billion in education support statewide since its founding more than 50 years ago. In the fiscal year 2022-2023, the Lottery’s traditional games contributed $2.67 billion to support education in New York State. Read the RFI here
“The project shows what volunteering is all about: only together can we make a difference. And we can all do something together to support volunteer work,” says Andreas Kötter, Managing Director, WestLotto.