The Texas Lottery made its debut in 1992 and achieved over $1 billion in ticket sales within its inaugural year. Presently, players have a selection of multi-state games, an assortment of state draw games, and scratch-off tickets to choose from.
A substantial portion of the revenue generated from ticket sales, exceeding 60%, is allocated towards prize payouts. Furthermore, the Texas Lottery directs its profits towards education and veterans' initiatives. Since its inception, it has contributed billions of dollars to bolster the Foundation School Fund.
What is the timeframe for claiming my winnings?
What should I do if my ticket is lost, damaged, or stolen?
Is it possible to purchase tickets through mail, phone, or online?
Do I need to pay taxes on Texas Lottery winnings?
What is the minimum age requirement for participating in the Texas Lottery?
Which lottery games are available for play in Texas?
Is it possible to maintain my privacy if I win a lottery prize?
What is the destination of the funds generated by the Texas Lottery?