Every dozen years or so, a new idea significantly improves a process. In the early 70’s, the first eight state lottery commissions experienced dwindling public participation in raffle/draw-six games, until John Koza and Dan Bower had the idea to convert grocery store scratch games into instant-win lottery scratch tickets.
The new Mulligans® Game lottery scratch ticket can help state lottery agencies in many ways...
scratch game visualization after ticket has been played (with fractional win example):
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