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The Virginia Lottery is a government-operated gaming enterprise which sells lottery tickets and organizes lotteries in Virginia. Additionally, they provide education services as well as returning a portion of ticket sales as prizes back to players – Mega Millions and Powerball are popular games offered. Established in 1989 and operating continuously ever since with total revenues totalling $4.6 billion as reported in 2023 – with their proceeds used for education services, prize incentives, retailer sales commissions, etc.

Jarrod Paxton of Bedford County became Virginia Lottery’s latest multimillionaire by winning the $1,910,544 Jackpot Spectacular prize on Wednesday – it’s the largest prize ever won online Virginia Lottery game! Paxton plans on using his winnings to pay off debts and provide for his family.

Virginia Lottery players can access over 60 games at home or on-the-go via mobile device, from traditional draw and Scratcher games, instantaneous betting games and virtual sports simulations – not forgetting instant play instant games and virtual sports simulations! Their easy to use mobile app makes selecting numbers, checking results and tracking tickets simple for iOS and Android devices alike!

Since launching on July 1st, several big wins have occurred on the new online Virginia Lottery games. A Lunenburg County man won $100,000 playing Powerball while one Hopewell resident took home $1k per week for life with Cash4Life. Altogether over $130 Million has already been won on these new games in less than four months!

The Director shall be a citizen of the United States and registered voter of Virginia, serving full-time and devoting all his or her time and energy towards fulfilling his or her responsibilities as Director. Prior to taking an oath of office to fulfill them faithfully and honestly and giving bond in an amount set by Governor, contingent upon faithful execution of duties as Director.

Persons winning prizes or shares from the Virginia Lottery must promptly notify its Director within thirty days of receiving them, without incurring state or local taxes on prize money awarded through this lottery. No advertisements featuring “Virginia Lottery” or variations thereof shall be used without approval from its Director first being received for sale of products related to this advertising.

The Virginia Lottery Director shall serve as its CEO. They shall be appointed by the Governor, with Senate approval, for five-year terms with potential removal for cause from office by Governor. A salary scale shall be established for their services by Director.