Missouri (MO) Lottery results and winning numbers
About game and lottery results
About the Missouri Lottery
The players in this state have always been close to their luck. In 1986 the first lottery game was established in Missouri and the first month brought the first lucky winner. That was the first jackpot and it made a retired butcher based in Kansas City a millionaire.
This is how it all
started. Up till now a whole lot of people have won prizes numerous times. In 2011, jackpots generated an impressive amount of $3 billion and it was the evidence that Missouri residents always observe the drawings. In terms of absolute records, Chris Shaw managed to win $258 million in 2010 playing Powerball. This fact placed him in the hall of fame of biggest winners ever. Before he won, he had been working as a store clerk and his bank account wasn’t used to big money.
Powerball is very popular here since its debut. It was introduced in 1992 as a substitute of Lotto America. And almost 20 years later, in 2010, Mega Millions lottery was made available to every state resident. In addition to those two, gamblers can play six other local games as
well. The Missouri Lotto is the biggest one when it comes to local, single-state games. Players just need to choose six numbers to become eligible for winning a massive jackpot of at least $1 million. The draws occur twice a week and up to now, they have generated over 200 lucky winners over the years.
The lottery of Missouri began selling tickets in 1986 and since then it has developed enormously. When we talk about the development, we have in mind bigger prizes and more money being donated to good causes throughout the state. Among the most donated programs there are ones regarding education and scholarships. In total, over $4 billion was
A lot of lotteries are used to advertise itself in the media. It is common to use celebrities in TV commercials to boost the ticket sales. The Missouri lottery went even further by creating a city called Luckytown. Many slogans appeared at that time in newspapers and on TV. That was time when the creativity contributed to financial success of the lottery.