The Connecticut lottery was created in 1971 and is committed to a variety of corporate initiatives. The CT Lottery aims in raising revenue in an entrepreneurial manner for the State of Connecticut, completely consistent with the highest standards of good public policy and social responsibility, by offering products to their players that are fun and entertaining, and by ensuring the public’s trust through integrity and honesty. For CT Lottery, Cash5 debuted in 1992, and since then has become the most played game by offering its players increased chances of winning every day. The game offers you a maximum jackpot of $10,000 with a game add-on option, KICKER that increases your chances of winning along with Advance Action plays that lets you play 26 consecutive drawings.
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The Connecticut Lottery was created in 1971 by legislation. Like many other lotteries, the Connecticut lottery began as a state agency. As political leaders realized the need for it to operate as a major retail business, the agency became a quasi-public corporation, the Connecticut Lottery Corp., on July 1, 1996. The CT Lottery is renowned in the lottery industry for being committed to helping the State of Connecticut achieve its revenue-raising objectives.
Furthermore, the CT Lottery is also charged to address the problem of underage gambling by adopting proactive measures to implement and support responsible gaming initiatives.
Proceeds from Lottery ticket sales and unclaimed prizes go back to the community for -Conneticut's General Fund
Connecticut Lottery Corporation
777 Brook Street
Rocky Hill, CT 06067