In 1986, the Kansas Lottery was green-lighted by voters. By 1987, it collaborated with five other states to establish the Multi-State Lottery Association. The Kansas Lottery started ticket sales in 1988, and its instant game, Up and Away, brought in over $7 million in its inaugural week.
1988 saw the introduction of Lotto America tickets, while Powerball tickets made their debut in 1992. The Super Kansas Cash game was introduced by the Kansas Lottery in 2002.
The sale of Mega Millions tickets began in 2010. Over the years, the lottery's vast revenues have been channeled into multiple state projects.
Can my identity remain confidential if I secure a Kansas Lottery jackpot?
What's the age requirement to buy lottery tickets in Kansas?
Which lottery games are available in Kansas?
What's the timeframe to collect my Kansas Lottery winnings?
Are my Kansas Lottery winnings subject to taxation?
Is it possible to buy lottery tickets for future draws?
What should I do if my prize-winning ticket gets misplaced or is damaged?
How are the Kansas Lottery revenues utilized?