Pennsylvania Lottery Set To Highlight New Online Titles From NeoGames

Written By Brian Cross on August 24, 2023
The PA Lottery will now showcase titles from the NeoGames Studio.

Scientific Games just inked a deal with NeoGames to boost the PA Lottery’s online game offerings. Scientific Games provides the PA Lottery with the gaming technology it needs to power its already robust digital and retail options.

The new partnership will make a whole new portfolio of online lottery games available to players through the PA iLottery mobile app and website.

PA Lottery welcomes new titles from award-winning NeoGames

NeoGames will be the newest supplier of online games for the PA Lottery, bringing its NeoGames Studio offerings to the Keystone State. Incorporated in Luxembourg, NeoGames has been around for 17 years and now serves eight lotteries in North America.

NeoGames has created over 250 games since the beginning, winning several awards along the way. Most recently, the eInstant game Desert Fantasy won the gold award for Best New Game at the EGR North America Awards 2023.

In a press release, PA Lottery Executive Director, Drew Svitko, commented:

“We are delighted to be able to add the successful and innovative NeoGames Studio portfolio to our iLottery online platform. We are always looking for innovative ways to enhance the digital games experience for our valued players and NeoGames Studio has a content portfolio that is packed with entertaining experiences.”

The three-year deal will usher in quality games from NeoGames Studio over the coming year in PA. In addition to Desert Fantasy, popular titles from NeoGames include Fortunes of Cleopatra, Myths & Money and Magic Vegas. New titles also bring some fun concepts to the table, with Lucky Claw, Adventures in Wonderland and Prize Chickens.

You can play demo versions of some of NeoGames’ titles on its website.

New games galore available at the PA Lottery

Every month, the PA Lottery releases new retail games, keeping the options fresh for lovers of scratch-off and Fast Play tickets. A constant flow of new online games keeps the iLottery site a popular choice, as well.

The newest iLottery game features a progressive jackpot, which means it continues to grow until someone wins it. Funds in the Sun is the new game, which offers the chance to win up to $50,000 in the main game. For a chance at the progressive Fun Fortune Jackpot, players try to unlock the Jackpot Bonus Game. As of Aug. 23, the jackpot is over $96,000.

A new scratcher offers a chance at a $1 million top prize, with a ticket cost of $20. That game is Big Money Millionaire, and all five top prizes remain to be won.

The new $5 scratch-off, Press Your Luck, is named and themed after the popular 80’s TV game show where contestants spin the prize wheel hoping to score big bucks and avoid whammies. This ticket offers a dose of nostalgia with fun gameplay, and it’s also eligible for a Second Chance Drawing.

New seasonal tickets are coming out soon for the Halloween season. The Halloween tickets range in price from $1-5, and are all Second Chance eligible. Look for Make Me Witch, Spooky Season and Monster Multiplier starting on Sept. 5.

PA iLottery awarded big prizes this August

Earlier this month, a PA Lottery online player in Potter County hit a big online progressive jackpot. Several online games at the PA iLottery offer progressive prizes, and some games share the same jackpot. In this case, five online games contribute to the Cash Quest Jackpot this player won.

The Potter County player’s win was on the game Cave Quest, and the jackpot prize was $581,087.54.

Another online game, Premier Jackpot, awarded a major prize this month, too. A player in Chester County won the progressive prize at $315,729.73 on that game.

PA iLottery games can be played on a computer, tablet or mobile device. iLottery also offers online versions of official Mega Millions, Powerball, Match 6 and other PA Lottery draw game tickets.

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Brian Cross contributes casino, sports betting and lottery coverage to PlayPennsylvania and PlayOhio. Brian studied Professional Writing and Journalism at the University of Cincinnati and has been a contributing writer at Cincinnati’s alt-weekly for over 10 years.

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