Pollard Banknote congratulates the Nebraska Lottery on the launch of its Arcade Classics Super Ticket – the first-ever game featuring Tetris®, GALAGA™, and PAC-MAN® in a Big Ticket format.

The $10 ticket, measuring a massive 8” wide x 12” high, is loaded with a variety of playstyles, offering players maximum play value and the chance to win up to $100,000. Designed by Pollard Banknote, the vibrant ticket showcases each game’s signature graphic style while replicating the nostalgic retro arcade experience in a fun scratch ticket format.

The launch of the Arcade Classics Super Ticket has been supported by robust marketing strategies, including an exciting second-chance promotion. By submitting the serial number from a non-winning ticket to the Lottery’s MVP Club, players have the opportunity to win one of three prize packages including a GALAGA™ pocket player and $200 worth of Nebraska Lottery scratch tickets and lotto coupons, or the grand prize of a full-size PAC-MAN® arcade console.

“We are always looking for engaging new games to offer our players. With the launch of our Arcade Classics Super Ticket, we have delivered a combination of player-favorite retro arcade games and a fun, oversized play format, creating a truly unique scratch ticket experience,” said Brian Griesenbrock, Products Manager, Nebraska Lottery. “We enjoyed collaborating with Pollard Banknote to develop this ticket. We look forward to expanding our game offerings with more innovative concepts.”

“This is an exciting launch for the Nebraska Lottery and its players, and we’re pleased to be part of it,”said Brad Thompson, Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Pollard Banknote. “Our portfolio of carefully selected licensed brands includes some of the most iconic arcade games of all time. These, coupled with our wide range of innovative print offerings and robust marketing support, mean we can help our lottery partners offer their players a truly remarkable instant ticket play experience.”

The Nebraska Lottery was established by the state legislature in 1993. Since it began operating, the Lottery has produced over $800 million for its beneficiary funds. Its proceeds are distributed quarterly in accordance with legislative mandates, ranging from education and environment, to state fair support and compulsive gamblers assistance funds.

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