With state's nickname as the official name of the states’ lottery, Hoosier lottery of Indiana state has the most Powerball winners since the power ball is launched in 1992.
Indiana voters have chosen for a state lottery with 62% of majority in a referendum in November 1998. Followed by ratification the lottery act by the General Assembly in May 1989 Indiana lottery begun selling the tickets. On the first day of sale, Hoosier lottery has sold $8.19 million worth tickets. Thus, started a great journey in a great way...
Indiana lottery started with scratch off tickets and Hoosier millionaire. Indiana lottery has started its first draw game “Lotto Cash” in April 1990, followed by daily 3 and daily 4 in July 1990.
Hoosier Lottery started offering Powerball, its first multi-state big jackpot lottery game, since 1990 (then it was Lotto America, later renamed to power ball in 1992.) since 1992, Indiana has the highest number of Powerball jackpot winners.
As of today, the Hoosier lottery offers nine draw games, starting from daily 3, daily 4 then a jackpot game cash 5 to the larger jackpot games like Powerball, Mega millions and Hoosier Lotto with +plus. Indiana lottery also offers a multi-state lottery cash 4 life which offers $1,000 a week for life if you match the winning numbers, that sounds a lot of money, right?
One more daily draw is, Quick Draw; each play costs $. The player has to choose 10 numbers between 1-80. The lottery draws 20 numbers. If the player matches any 10 of the 20 numbers wins $300,000.
For details of Indiana lottery and latest news visit Indiana Lottery Official Website