The multi-state Lucky for Life Lotto game moved today from twice a week drawings to daily drawings.
Nebraska Lottery Director Brian Rockey says moving to daily drawings will give players more opportunities to win the top prize of $1,000 a day for life.
Rockey says the move also reinforces the overall brand nationwide and should generate additional proceeds for good causes across the state.
Nebraska became the 25th state to join Lucky for Life in August 2017. No top prizes have been won in Nebraska, but there have been one $25,000 a year for life and 58 tickets winning $5,000.
Lucky for Life tickets still cost $2 per play and prizes are unchanged.