About the Massachusetts Lottery
Massachusetts Lottery tickets became available for purchase in 1972. The year 1991 saw the introduction of the well-received Mass Cash lottery game. Collaborating with five other states, Massachusetts participated in the launch of The Big Game in 1996. Powerball made its debut in the state in 2010. The year 2012 brought Lucky for Life to the Massachusetts Lottery offerings, while Keno, which allows players a chance to win every four minutes, was launched in 1993.
Throughout its history, the Massachusetts Lottery has contributed billions of dollars in net profits to support unrestricted local aid funding.
What is the minimum age requirement for participating in the Massachusetts Lottery?
Is it possible for me to keep my identity private in case I win a lottery reward?
What should I do if my ticket gets lost or becomes unusable?
What is the destination of the revenue generated from Massachusetts Lottery ticket sales?
Do I need to pay taxes on Massachusetts Lottery prizes?
Which lottery games are available for play in Massachusetts?
What is the timeframe for claiming my winnings?
Is it possible to buy lottery tickets ahead of time?