A man who split a winning $4.8 million Colorado Lotto jackpot with two brothers who were eventually convicted of rigging the numbers says he is owed the full amount because he had played the game fairly.Legal, Winner Stories, Colorado, Jackpots, Scandal, Technology, Security, Computerized Drawings, Lawsuit
A new memo from the US Department of Justice says that state lotteries are not at all impacted by the DOJ's reinterpretation of the Wire Act, a development that could mean the end of a federal court case brought earlier this year.Insider Buzz, Legal, Online Gambling, Technology, New Hampshire, Online Ticket Sales, Government, Lawsuit
A hearing on an ex-lottery official's "whistleblower complaint" grew heated Wednesday over the question of why a Connecticut Lottery Corp. drawing team entered the wrong numbers into a computerized "random number generator" on Jan. 1, 2018, in a million-dollar blunder that required a do-over drawing two weeks later and has never stopped causing trouble since.Legal, Connecticut, Error, Scandal, Raffle, Drawing