Oklahoma Lottery has been initiated in 2005 and is run by the government of Oklahoma since it’s inception. Oklahoma Lottery, which is also known as OK Lottery is also a member of the Multi-State Lottery Association. Oklahoma Lottery diverts all the revenue to the educational welfare of the state. Since it’s inauguration, OK lottery has contributed a lot of money to the educational purposes all over the state. This Lottery provides a lot of games to the players, through sheer integrity and honest as their motive. All the players must be 18 years or older to participate in the games provided by the Oklahoma Lottery.
The OK lottery has also produced and telecasted a game show titled ‘The Oklahoma Lottery Game Show’ which was produced and taped in the city of Oklahoma. This game show is produced by Sande Stewart. The Oklahoma Lottery game show has been aired on KOCB in Oklahoma City, and Cox Communications cable channel 9 in Tulsa. The show has been telecasted from October 13th 2007 to October 4th 2008. The hosts of this show are Brad Morris and Amber Dickinson.
The Oklahoma Lottery is highly famous for its wide range of games on offer to all the players who are 18 years or older. Players can participate in the games and get a chance to win handsome prizes if they pick numbers that appear in the Oklahoma lottery results after the games. The highly enthralling nature of these games made the Oklahoma Lottery an instant hit right after the inauguration. Let’s have a look at the games that are being offered by the OK Lottery:
Pick3: This lottery game at Oklahoma Lottery has begun on November 10th 2005. Since then, this game has been delivering consistent fun and entertainment to the players along with handsome prize rewards. Players need to pick three numbers from a range of 0 to 9. The player can either select these numbers manually or leave the work to the lottery terminal.
Cash 5: Began in 2005, this game was drawn three times a week initially, which changed to the nightly draws since July 2009. For just one dollar, players get the chance to win jackpots starting from fifty thousand dollars. Players must pick 5 Oklahoma lottery numbers from a range of 1 to 41. Players can have the terminal pick for them by choosing the Quick Pick option.
Poker Pick: This game draws two times a day and costs $2 each game. Players much pick 5 out of 52 poker card images. The winning numbers will be displayed in the OK lottery results.
Hot Lotto: This lottery game is one of the crowd favorites due to its exiting gameplay. Each game costs as low as $1. The lottery players need to select five Oklahoma lottery winning numbers from a range of 1 to 47 and one more number from a range of 1 to 19.
Lotto America: This Oklahoma lotto game is drawn on every Wednesday and Sunday. The players are supposed to choose five balls from a pool of 1 to 52 and one ball from a pool of 1 to 10 to get a chance in becoming one of the Oklahoma lottery winners. The game comes at a price of $1 each.
Mega Millions: On January 31st 2010, Oklahoma Lottery began the sales of Mega Millions. This OK lottery game is drawn on every Tuesday and Friday. The game draws five numbers from 1 to 70 and one number from 1 to 25.
Powerball: This game draws every Wednesday and Saturday. The game costs $2 each with a Power Play option that comes at $3. The player needs to pick five numbers from a pool of 69 and a powerball from a pool of 1 to 26.
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3817 N.Santa Fe
Phone : (405) - 522-770
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