"The DC Lottery – the USA Lottery Co. from the District of Columbia"
District of Columbia Lottery was initially created back on August 1982 after law was passed on March 10th 1981 – allowing the sale of lottery games in the District of Columbia.
The D.C. Lottery is run by the City of Washington who oversee the running and organization of all the various DC Lotto games.
Right from when the first DC Lotto ticket was sold back on August 25th 1982 – the aim of the Washington DC Lottery was to provide financial benefits for the people of the District of Columbia through the sale of Lottery DC products – at the same time as providing exciting lottery games that offer affordable entertainment and value to its players.
Things are the same today – with all monies raised from the sale of DC Lottery games going to the District’s General Fund – with education, recreation and parks, public safety, housing plus senior and child services being just some of the areas to benefit.
The District of Columbia Lottery is based in Washington, DC.
The Washington DC Lottery sells lottery tickets from its network of over 470 authorized DC Lottery agents throughout the District and has its Headquarters at 2101 Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue S.E., Washington, D.C. 20020-5731.
In addition to its Headquarters at 2101 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. SE, Washington, D. C. 20020 – the DC Lottery has a regional Claim Center at Frank D. Reeves Municipal Center, Lobby Level, 2000 14th Street N.W., Washington, D. C. 20009.
The Washington DC Lottery also takes part in 3 of the biggest world lotteries – the massive Multi-State USA Lottery games Mega Millions and Powerball – plus the slightly smaller but highly popular Hot Lotto – all of which we will be looking into in much greater detail.
We will be looking at the various DC Lottery games below – how these games work and who can play them – as well as delving into some of the history of the Washington DC Lottery in more detail.
There are numerous games that are offered by the Washington DC Lottery including as mentioned – two of the largest lotteries in the world – the Mega Millions and Powerball plus the other big, Multi-State USA Lottery – the Hot Lotto.
We will first of all take a look at these Multi-State USA Lottery games that the DC Lottery offers in conjunction with the MUSL – Multi-State Lottery Association and Mega Millions Consortium – and later move on to the other DC Lotto games that are offered.
Currently the games offered by the DC Lottery that it is possible for players anywhere in the world to buy lottery tickets online for are these two huge US Lottery games – the Mega Millions and Powerball – as well as the Hot Lotto.
Other games offered by the DC Lottery that you can play in-State are noted further down the page – if any of these other DC Lotto games become available to a wider audience at a later date – we will be writing about it on the pages here.
Powerball is a Multi-State USA Lottery that is run & syndicated across the USA by the MUSL – Multi State Lottery Association – and is one of the largest lottery games in the world having produced a record jackpot of US$ 1.58 BILLION. This massive sum is the largest lottery jackpot ever won to date in the history of world lottery games.
The very first Powerball draw took place on April 22nd 1992 with 16 USA Lottery companies – who were all members of the MUSL – taking part after the game changed its format and name from Lotto America which had first begun on February 13th 1988.
The DC Lottery is 1 of 47 US State Lotteries & District Lotteries that offer the Powerball game – in this case the DC Powerball – as part of its overall portfolio of lottery games.
The DC Lottery Powerball was first sold on April 19th 1992 taking part in the very first Powerball draw – since the DC Lottery was one of the 6 original members who formed the MUSL on September 16th 1987.
The DC Lottery Powerball works in the same way as the Powerball game works in all the States and Districts in the US that offer the game.
Jackpots start off at US$ 40 MILLION and ROLLOVER after each draw when the top prize is not won – making for some massive jackpot figures.
6 numbers are drawn in total for the DC Lottery Powerball game from 2 separate drawing machines – first of all 5 numbers are drawn from 69 white balls followed by 1 number (the POWERball) which is drawn from 26 red balls.
Draws for the DC Powerball Lottery take place twice every week on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 10.59pm EST.
In addition to the 6 main Powerball numbers drawn – a further number is drawn – using a Random Number Generator…the Powerball POWERPLAY number…
This separate Powerball POWERPLAY number drawn will be either 2, 3, 4, 5 and occasionally number 10 – and is there to give players of the DC Powerball a chance to increase their winnings on all levels of prizes apart from the DC Lottery Powerball jackpot itself.
With Powerball POWER PLAY – you will multiply your winnings on these levels by 2x, 3x, 4x or 5x – greatly increasing the amount you can walk away with.
During special promotions – the Powerball POWER PLAY multiplier will be 10x – allowing DC Lottery players to increase their Powerball winnings by an incredible 10 times!
So, for just an extra dollar – you can choose to increase your DC Powerball Lottery winnings on all levels except the jackpot – by adding the Power Ball POWER PLAY option when playing.
With the DC Powerball Lottery being drawn every week on both Wednesdays and Saturdays at 10.59pm EST there are various ways you can check the DC Powerball results and Powerball winning numbers – as well as other DC Lottery results.
You can find the latest DC Powerball results plus other Washington DC Lottery results at DC Lotto retailers, from DC Lotto terminals, various newspapers and online at Global Lottery Review where you can also check previous DC Lotto results.
The DC Powerball results, Powerball winning numbers and other DC Lottery results are also displayed on the official Lottery DC website – dclottery.com – and are broadcast LIVE on the following television channel throughout the District of Columbia…
WJLA (Cable/ABC) News Channel 8
There are 9 separate ways that you can win on this Washington DC Lottery game providing a great chance to win something on the DC Powerball.
Odds range from 1 in 292,201,338 for correctly matching all the DC Powerball winning numbers right down to 1 in 38.32 for matching just 1 number correctly.
The overall odds of you winning any prize on the Powerball DC are just 1 in 24.87.
See the Powerball Odds and Prizes calculation table on the separate DC Powerball page for a complete list of odds and prizes for this game.
The Mega Millions is a Multi-State USA Lottery that is run and operated by the Mega Millions Consortium – who administer and syndicate the game across the USA and is one of the largest lottery games in the world – having produced a massive world record jackpot of an incredible US$ 656 MILLION on March 30th 2012. This world record jackpot was shared between 3 Mega Millions winners from Maryland, Kansas and Illinois and still stands as the 2nd biggest lottery jackpot ever won to date.
The very first Mega Millions draw took place on May 17th 2002 with 6 USA Lottery companies taking part who were all members of the Mega Millions Consortium.
The game had changed its name and format from the Big Game which had started on August 31st 1996. Upon this change – 2 further State Lottery companies joined and more were to follow.
The Washington DC Lottery is 1 of 46 US State Lotteries & District Lotteries that offer the highly popular Mega Millions game – in this particular case known as the DC Mega Millions – as part of its overall portfolio of lottery games.
Tickets for the DC Mega Millions lottery were first sold on January 31st 2010 when the Multi State Lottery Association (MUSL) who run the Powerball game – of which the Washington DC Lottery is a member – entered into a cross-sales agreement with the Mega Millions consortium – allowing the cross-selling of Mega Millions in Powerball states and Powerball in Mega Millions states.
The DC Mega Millions works in exactly the same way as the Mega Millions game works in all the States and Districts in the USA that offer the game.
Jackpots start off at US$ 40 MILLION and ROLLOVER after each draw when the top prize is not won – making for some enormous jackpot figures that can be won on the DC Lottery Mega Millions.
6 numbers are drawn in total for the DC Mega Millions – from 2 separate drawing machines – firstly 5 main numbers are drawn from 70 white balls and then 1 number from 25 gold balls is drawn (the MEGAball).
Draws for the DC Mega Millions Lottery take place twice every week on Tuesdays and Fridays at 11.00pm EST.
In addition to the 6 Mega Millions numbers drawn – a further number is drawn – using a Random Number Generator…the MEGAPLIER number…
This separate MEGAPLIER multiplier number drawn will be either 2, 3, 4 or 5 – and is there to give players of the DC Mega Millions a chance to increase their winnings on all levels of the prize structure apart from the Mega Millions jackpot itself.
With the Mega Millions MEGAPLIER – you will automatically multiply your winnings on these levels by 2x, 3x, 4x or 5x – greatly increasing the amount you can walk away with.
If you match the 5 main Mega Millions numbers playing with the MEGAPLIER add-on – and a MEGAPLIER number of 5 is drawn – the second tier prize of US$ 1 MILLION would be multiplied by x5 and you could win US$ 5 MILLION.
A great improvement to the MEGAPLIER facility occurred on October 19th 2013.
So, for just an extra dollar – you can choose to increase your DC Mega Millions winnings on all levels except the jackpot – by adding the Mega Millions MEGAPLIER option when playing.
With the DC Mega Millions being drawn every week on both Tuesdays and Fridays at 11.00pm EST there are numerous ways you can check the DC Mega Millions results and Mega Millions winning numbers as well as any other DC Lottery results.
You can find the latest DC Mega Millions results and any other DC Lottery results from any DC Lottery retailer, from DC Lottery terminals, select newspapers and here at Global Lottery Review where you can also check previous DC Mega Millions results.
The DC Mega Millions results, Mega Millions winning numbers and other DC Lottery results are also published on the official Lottery DC website – dclottery.com – and will be broadcast live on the following TV channels throughout the District of Columbia…
WUSA (CBS) TV Channel 9
WJLA (Cable/ABC) News Channel 8
There are 9 separate ways that you can win on this Washington DC Lottery game providing you with a great chance to win something on the DC Mega Millions.
Odds range from 1 in 302,575,350 for correctly matching all the DC Mega Millions winning numbers right down to 1 in 37 for matching just 1 number correctly.
Overall odds of winning any prize on the Mega Millions DC are just 1 in 24.
See the Mega Millions Odds and Prizes calculation table on the separate Mega Millions page for a complete list of odds and prizes.
As well as the DC Powerball, DC Mega Millions & Hot Lotto DC – games which can be played from anywhere in the world – the DCLottery also offers other lotto games which can be played within the District of Columbia itself – like DC-3, DC-4, DC-5, as well as the DC Daily 6, DC Keno plus numerous DC Lottery Scratchers.
If any of these other Lottery DC games become available to a wider audience outside Washington DC at a later date we will write about it here.
In the past – you would have had to buy your lottery ticket in the District of Columbia itself to take part in any of the Washington DC Lottery games – including the DC Powerball, DC Mega Millions and the DC Hot Lotto.
These days though – you can play the Mega Millions Online, the Powerball Online and the Hot Lotto Online from absolutely anywhere in the world due to the presence of accredited and fully authorized online lottery ticket sales companies like TheLotter.com – allowing you to play wherever you’re based.
So if you live outside of the District of Columbia or the USA but wish to play the Powerball, Mega Millions or Hot Lotto this is simple to do using the best lottery ticket sales companies available – where you can quickly and easily buy lottery tickets online – and save yourself a fair amount of time too allowing you to play no matter where you live.
The DC Lottery requires that all players are at least 18 years of age before purchasing any DC Lotto tickets including tickets for the DC Mega Millions, DC Powerball and DC Hot Lotto.
If you have won a jackpot prize on either the DC Powerball the
DC Mega Millions – you will be able to claim your prize as either a cash lump sum or as an annuity payment and you will need to make this important choice within 60 days of claiming.
If you choose the annuity option – your winnings will be paid to you annually in 30 installments over a 29 year period. All Hot Lotto jackpot prizes are paid in the form of a cash lump sum.
For all DC Lottery prizes – you have 180 days from the date of the draw to make your claim before your DC Lotto ticket will expire.
If your DC Lotto win is up to US$ 600 – you will be able to claim your prize from any DC Lottery retailer – at the DCLottery Claim Center in Washington or by mail.
If you’ve had a DC Lotto win of between US$ 601 and US$ 5,000 – you will need to claim your prize at the DC Lottery Claim Center in Washington or one of the Agent Plus locations.
For a prize win from US$ 5,001 to US$ 200,000 you will have to make your claim at the DCLottery Claim Center based at Frank D. Reeves Municipal Center, Lobby Level, 2000 14th Street N.W., Washington, D. C. 20009.
If you are lucky enough to have won a jackpot prize or anything more than US$ 200,000 you must make your prize claim at the DC Lottery Headquarters at 2101 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. SE, Washington, D. C. 20020.
These details are all taken care for you if you play lottery online with one of the trusted and genuine online lottery ticket sale companies such as TheLotter as it is their job to make your transaction a seamless process – collecting your winnings and sending them directly to you.
The viability of whether to introduce a lottery and other forms of legal gambling into the District of Columbia is first looked into on December 17th – when the DC Council elects to from a Citizens Gambling Study Commission.
May sees the Citizens Gambling Study Commission report its findings to the DC Council after a lengthy, investigative study. It is recommended that raffles and bingo games be legalized to act as fundraisers for educational and non-profit organizations.
In November – Initiative #6 – the “Law to Legalize Lotteries, Daily Numbers Games, Bingo and Raffles for Charitable Purposes in the District of Columbia” is passed by a margin of 2 to 1 in the Presidential Election ballot.
Initiative #6 becomes law on March 10th – legalizing lottery games in the District of Columbia – along with daily numbers games, bingo and raffles for charitable purposes.
The Lottery and Charitable Games Enterprise Fund is created on December 4th and Douglass Gordon is appointed as the first Executive Director of the District of Columbia Lottery and the Charitable Games Control Board.
August sees the creation of the Washington DC Lottery with the very first Washington DC Lottery tickets going on sale on August 25th. The inaugural DC Lottery game is MATCH 3.
MATCH 3 – the first DC Lotto game – creates the first DC Lottery millionaire on November 3rd.
This year – the District of Columbia Lottery also introduce regulated, charitable gaming into the District – with BINGO and RAFFLES.
The first licensed BINGO game in the District of Columbia is carried out by the Owl School on March 3rd.
The District of Columbia Lottery introduces its first online, numbers game on August 22nd – DC LUCKY NUMBERS.
April 30th sees the Washington DC Lottery introduce its first DC Lotto game – DC LUCKY LOTTO.
The DC LUCKY LOTTO produced its first jackpot win on May 16th when a top prize of US$ 750,000 is won.
Later in the year a jackpot of US$ 1.6 Million is won on the DC LUCKY LOTTO by Frances Goodrich.
The D.C. Lottery introduces its third online game on March 25th – DC-4 – which is drawn once a day Monday through Saturday and has a US$ 5,000 top prize.
Frank L. Henry Jr. and his wife win a US$ 1.6 Million jackpot on the DC LUCKY LOTTO.
The D.C. Lottery introduces its first 2 number online game on March 17th – the DC DAILY DOUBLE.
A DC LUCKY LOTTO jackpot of US$ 3.1 Million is won by Rhuben R. Byrd and William P. Walsh.
Jacqueline Saunders wins US$ 1.2 Million on the DC LUCKY LOTTO.
On September 16th – the Multi State Lottery Association – MUSL – is formed by six USA Lottery companies. As well as the DC Lottery – the other founding members of the MUSL are the Iowa Lottery, West Virginia Lottery, Kansas Lottery, plus the Oregon Lottery and Rhode Island Lottery companies
Nanetta Peroti wins a US$ 1 Million jackpot on the DC LUCKY LOTTO.
A US$ 1.2 Million jackpot is won by Donal Alexander Jr. on the DC LUCKY LOTTO.
On February 3rd – the newly formed Multi State Lottery Association – MUSL – launch their first Multi State Lottery game. LOTTO AMERICA has a matrix of 7/40, costs US$ 1 per game and offers jackpot odds of 1 in 18,643,560.
The first LOTTO AMERICA draw is conducted by the MUSL on February 13th. DC Lotto players take part from the outset.
Monte Carlo Night Parties are introduced by the DC State Lottery on September 28th. Games like Blackjack, Roulette and other casino type games can be offered by non-profit organizations to raise funds for charitable causes.
The Multi State Lottery Association changes the matrix of the LOTTO AMERICA game on February 5th to 6/54 and the jackpot odds change to 1 in 54,979,155. Washington DC Lotto players now also get 2 games for US$ 1.
February 8th sees the first draw of LOTTO AMERICA with the new game configuration.
Less than 2 weeks after the first draw a jackpot of US$ 16 Million is won on the LOTTO AMERICA on February 18th by DC Lotto player – Lee Nelson – a US Army Sargeant.
A new online, DC Lotto game is introduced on May 1st by the D.C. Lottery – QUICK CA$H. The top prize is a US$ 250,000 lump sum and the game has a matrix of 6/39.
October 15th sees the District of Columbia Lottery being named as the “Most efficiently run lottery in North America” in the Gaming and Wagering Business magazine for fiscal year 1989.
Washington DC Lotto player – Delores Coleman – wins a jackpot of US$ 5.5 Million on the LOTTO AMERICA.
In May – the sales of Lottery DC games pass the US$ 1 Billion milestone.
On April 18th – the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL) conduct the last draw of the LOTTO AMERICA game.
The following day sees the launch of a bigger and better game from the MUSL – POWERBALL – which replaces LOTTO AMERICA. The DC Lottery begins selling POWERBALL tickets on April 19th.
The first DC POWERBALL draw takes place on April 22nd. POWERBALL has a double matrix of 5/45 + 1/45, costs US$ 1 per play and offers jackpot odds of 1 in 54,979,155.
The DC LUCKY NUMBERS, DC-4 and QUICK CA$H games are given an extra draw on May 31st when the D.C. Lottery begin to introduce Sunday draws.
The DC State Lottery give the DC-4 and DC LUCKY NUMBERS a Midday draw from November 9th.
January 16th sees the first DC Lottery POWERBALL jackpot win – when Rosie Griggs from Northeast Washington scoops the top prize of US$ 12.6 Million.
Just 11 months after Rosie’s big win – the DC Lottery POWERBALL creates 2 more jackpot winners when Charles A. Gill from Richmond plus VA and Percy Ray Pridgen from Northeast Washington DC share the US$ 90 Million top prize on December 22nd.
Instant Ticket Vending machines are introduced by the District of Columbia Lottery in January when the first 50 machines are installed at DC Lotto retailers.
DCs BINGO – the first US$ 2 Instant Scratch ticket is introduced by the D.C. Lottery in March.
US$ 85.1 Million is transferred to the State’s General Fund by the Washington DC Lottery on September 30th.
Another DC POWERBALL Lottery jackpot is won on April 9th when Ronnie S. Ware scoops a massive US$ 17 Million.
A new game is introduced by the DC Lottery on October 28th – the Multi State Lottery Association (MUSL) DAILY MILLIONS which had its first draw on September 16th. DC Lotto players can win a top prize of US$ 1 Million by picking 2 numbers from each of three sets of 21.
June sees yet another POWERBALL DC jackpot win – when Washington DC residents, husband and wife Pauline and Lenan Cappell from Berbice, Guyana scoop the US$ 19.3 Million top prize.
The D.C. Lottery creates its first DAILY MILLIONS jackpot winner on July 31st when Eugene Johnson from Washington DC scoops the top prize.
The POWERBALL game is given some changes by the Multi-State Lottery Association – MUSL. November 2nd sees the matrix change to 5/49 + 1/42 and players are given the option to take jackpot winnings in the form of a cash lump sum. The annuity option is also changed from 20 to 25 years. Jackpot odds are now 1 in 80,089,128.
November 5th sees the first DC POWERBALL draw with the new matrix in place.
On March 29th – the MUSL retire the DAILY MILLIONS game.
March 30th sees the launch of a new game by the MUSL – CASH4LIFE – where DC Lotto players can win US$ 1,000 a week for life.
On September 7th – the Multi-State Lottery Association retire the CASH4LIFE game.
The MUSL introduces POWERBALL – the TV Game Show – on October 7th. Washington DC Lotto players can purchase an Instant POWERBALL TV Game Show ticket that offers 8 chances to win up to US$ 25,000 instantly – or a chance to enter a draw to be a contestant on the show.
On March 4th the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL) add a significant feature to the POWERBALL game – POWERPLAY – a multiplier whereby DC Lotto players can increase their non-jackpot winnings by up to 5 times.
March 7th sees the first POWERBALL drawing including the new Powerball POWER PLAY multiplier feature.
On November 7th – a US$ 55.2 Million DC POWERBALL jackpot is won by Ihsan Khan from Arlington, VA. This is the 10th DC POWERBALL Lottery jackpot to be won so far and is the biggest single ticket win in Washington DC Lotto history to date.
The first US$ 20 Instant Scratch ticket – WINNER GREEN – is brought out by the Lottery DC on December 3rd.
April 25th sees the 20th Anniversary Instant Scratch ticket being introduced by the D.C.Lottery.
On August 12th – the DCLottery introduces a bonus feature called EXTRA to its DC LUCKY NUMBERS and DC-4 games.
The Multi-State Lottery Association – MUSL – changes the matrix of the POWERBALL game on October 9th. The new configuration is 5/53 + 1/42 and another feature added is the Match 5 BONUS. Jackpot odds also change – this time to 1 in 120,526,770.
DC KENO is introduced by the DCLottery on May 5th.
The D.C. Lottery adds another Multi State Lottery Association (MUSL) game to its portfolio on April 5th – HOT LOTTO. The Multi State Hot Lotto game started back on April 7th 2002 and offers a rollover jackpot that starts off at US$ 1 Million.
April 7th sees the first drawing of the DC Hot Lotto game which uses a double matrix of 5/39 + 1/19.
A second level prize of US$ 10,000 is won on the DC Hot Lotto by Freda E. Brown only 4 months after sales began.
The DC State Lottery retire its QUICK CA$H game after the last ticket is sold on August 27th.
DC DAILY 6 is introduced by the DC State Lottery to replace the retired QUICKCA$H. DC DAILY 6 has a matrix of 6/39, a top prize of US$ 250,000 and is drawn seven days a week at 8.15pm.
The POWERBALL is given a matrix change by the Multi-State Lottery Association on August 28th – from 5/53 + 1/42 to a new format of 5/55 + 1/42.
Another new game is introduced by the Washington DC Lottery on November 20th – ROLLING CASH 5 – which has a rollover jackpot which starts off at US$ 20,000.
The first ROLLING CASH 5 jackpot is won on January 6th by Mary Nunn from Washington DC who claims the US$ 183,000 top prize.
A world record POWERBALL jackpot of US$ 365 Million is won by a group of Nebraska factory workers following the drawing on February 18th. Up until 2013 this was the largest lottery jackpot to have been won in the world on a single lottery ticket.
The first DC Hot Lotto jackpot is won on April 19th when Charles E. Cary Jr. from Upper Marlboro scoops US$ 1.6 Million.
The Hot Lotto produces its biggest jackpot to date on January 13th when a huge US$ 19.7 Million is won by John Hall – an Iowa Lottery player from Indianola. This still ranks as the largest HOT LOTTO jackpot to have been since the game began.
On August 28th sees the District of Columbia Lottery created its 48th millionaire when Sara White wins US$ 1 Million on the DC Millionaire Raffle game.
January 3rd sees the Multi-State Lottery Association introduce its “Sizzler” multiplier option for the Hot Lotto game. District of Columbia Lottery players can now play the Hot Lotto with the add-on “Triple Sizzler” and multiply their non-jackpot winnings by up to 3 times.
January 4th sees some significant changes to the POWERBALL game – the intention being to create larger jackpot prizes and produce even more winners. DC Lotto players will now see jackpots starting off at a vastly increased US$ 20 Million. Also a new prize level is created – where players can win US$ 1 Million with the Match 5 BONUS feature using POWERPLAY. The Powerball matrix changes to 5/59 + 1/39 and draws for the Powerball move to Orlando’s Universal Studios in Florida – with the Florida Lottery joining the MUSL in selling Powerball Tickets.
The largest ever DC POWERBALL jackpot win to date occurs on April 8th when US$ 144 Million is claimed by Rockson LLC who represent an 82 year old winner from the District of Columbia. The record jackpot is won on a single ticket and is the 11th DC POWERBALL Lottery win so far.
July sees the Washington D.C. Lottery introduce a new game – the DC-5 – which replaces the ROLLING CASH 5 which is retired. The DC-5 has a top prize of US$ 50,000 and two drawings seven days a week at 2.14pm and 8.15pm.
On October 9th an agreement is made between the Mega Millions Consortium and the MUSL – Multi-State Lottery Association – to allow the cross-sales of MEGA MILLIONS tickets within states that offer the POWERBALL game and the sale of POWERBALL tickets within states that offer the MEGA MILLIONS game. The DC Lottery will begin selling MEGA MILLIONS Tickets come January.
On January 31st the DC State Lottery sells its first lottery tickets for the national MEGA MILLIONS game – as a result of the recently made cross-selling agreement between the Mega Millions Consortium and the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL) – in October 2009.
One of the first DC Lotto players to have a big DC MEGA MILLIONS win is Jimmy Johnson from Alexandria, VA who scoops US$ 10,000 on June 22nd.
Net proceeds raised by the D.C. Lottery go right back to the District of Columbia and benefit Washington DC citizens in a numerous different ways.
D.C. Lottery profits are transferred to the General Fund of the District of Columbia from where it is used to help fund areas such as education, recreation and parks, public safety, housing in addition to services for senior citizens and children.
The District of Columbia Lottery has paid almost US$ 1.5 Billion back to the District in lottery profits since it commenced operations in 1982.
In addition to what is paid into the General Fund – approximately 52% of monies spent on DC Lotto games is paid straight back to DC Lotto players in the form of prize money.
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