BOISE, Idaho – Idaho became the first United States Lottery to launch POWERBALL® ARCADE, the digital companion to the popular Draw Game POWERBALL® that adds value for players who purchase POWERBALL® tickets.  Idaho Lottery VIP Club members play games for chances to win second-chance prizes in regular weekly and monthly drawings.

“POWERBALL® ARCADE allows our POWERBALL® players to receive a rewarding experience even when their ticket is not a winner,” said Jeff Anderson, Idaho Lottery Director. “Whether the jackpot is $40 million or $400 million, players can enjoy this additional entertainment value to win prizes at no additional cost.”

Idaho Lottery VIP Club members who scan non-winning POWERBALL® tickets are awarded virtual currency that is used to play mobile friendly games and enter sweepstakes for cash prizes and once-in-a-lifetime trips.

“We designed POWERBALL® ARCADE as a marketing tool for the Idaho Lottery to boost sales as well as VIP Club enrollment,” said Scott Jensen, Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President of Milestone Entertainment.  “POWERBALL® ARCADE is an ever growing product, capable of providing ongoing, cross-promotional opportunities while collecting measurable data to further enhance a player’s overall experience.” 

“With our launch of POWERBALL® ARCADE, the Idaho Lottery is able to engage our current player base while reaching out to a wider, diverse audience,” added Sherie Moody-St. Clair, Idaho Lottery Marketing Director. “POWERBALL® ARCADE provides the ultimate entertainment experience with extended play games that offer meaningful, tangible prizes which are only available to Idaho players.”

POWERBALL® ARCADE is a joint collaboration produced between the Idaho Lottery and Milestone Entertainment.

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The Idaho Lottery responsibly provides a variety of entertaining games featuring Powerball, Mega Millions, Scratch GamesTM, and PullTabs with a high degree of integrity to maximize the dividend for Idaho public schools and the permanent building fund. Since their inception in 1989, the Idaho Lottery has sold nearly $3.7 billion in products, awarded over $2.2 billion in prizes to players, returned $216 million in retail commissions, and distributed $846 million in Lottery dividends to Idaho public schools and the Permanent Building Fund.

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