A video crew visited Tehachapi to capture footage for a California Lottery promotion. The crew filmed at Tehachapi High School and the Friday night football game at Coy Burnett Stadium. The footage will be part of a campaign to inform the public about how the California Lottery supports public education.
Nevada is considering legalizing a state lottery, requiring a constitutional amendment. Assemblyman Cameron “C.H.” Miller pushed for this change in 2023, with a proposal, AJR5, passing the legislative session, but needing approval for two consecutive sessions (2025 and 2026) and then the vote of Nevada citizens in the 2026 general election.
Michigan lawmakers are discussing whether to permit lottery winners, particularly those who win multi-state lottery games like Mega Millions, to remain anonymous. Currently, Michigan law allows winners of at least $10,000 in state-only lottery games to maintain their anonymity.
In the NASCAR Powerball Playoff, the field of semi-finalists competing for a chance to win a VIP trip to NASCAR Championship Weekend™ at Phoenix Raceway, and the $1 million grand prize has been narrowed down to eight individuals. These semi-finalists were announced during the Bank of America ROVAL™ 400 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The next drawing, the Championship 4, will determine the four finalists who will advance and win a VIP trip for two to NASCAR Championship Weekend™.
The Arizona Lottery has teamed up with Pollard Banknote’s mkodo subsidiary, utilizing the GeoLocs geolocation service to support its online sweepstakes platform, the Lucky Lounge. This partnership aims to ensure compliance and seamless integration of the platform as thousands of players have started using it. The Lucky Lounge allows players to access digital games with the opportunity to win or purchase tokens and enter sweepstakes, linked to the Pollard PlayON loyalty and player engagement platform.