Wisconsin Lottery was authorized in 1988 by the State Legislature and is run by the Wisconsin Department of Revenue. It is the second oldest lottery in the US. The Lottery is known to produce innumerable winners for games like Mega Millions, Powerball, Megabucks, All Or Nothing, Pick 3, Pick 4, Badger 5, Supercash, and many more. The Wisconsin Lottery is known to generate sufficient funds to support programs that benefit Wisconsin’s public schools. Wisconsin Lottery launched All or Nothing on April 7, 2019, with a daily drawing format and a progressive jackpot, to give its players the chance of winning a prize every day. Since the game’s introduction, it has been producing innumerable lottery winners.Winning with us is not just anything, it’s everything for us!
The Wisconsin Department of Revenue governs the Wisconsin Lottery. The Department is responsible for the collection of taxes as well as valuing property and the wholesale distribution of alcoholic beverages and enforcement of liquor laws. It also administers the state's unclaimed property program and the state lottery. Currently, Peter Barca is serving as the secretary of the Wisconsin Department Of Revenue.
Proceeds from Lottery ticket sales and unclaimed prizes go back to the community for -Property Tax Credits for Eligible Wisconsin taxpayers
Wisconsin Lottery PO Box 8941
Madison, WI 53708-8941