By Sheila Ash
There are two components of the new system. One is a stand-alone ticket checking device that allows players to see if they’ve won and how much they’ve won before giving their ticket to a store clerk.
“To display messages about our games about the lottery and its programs about the scholarship program that benefits from the lottery. Players can also visually see when a ticket is validated whether it’s a winner or not,” he said.
Gleason says the new touch-screen terminals also make it easier and faster for the store clerk to process tickets.
The new equipment will be in all 2,800 retailers throughout the state by the end of the month.