Texas State lotteries

The state of Texas in America runs its own lotteries. Only the nationwide Powerball and Mega Millions but otherwise Texas has its own lotto.


  • Powerball
  • Mega Millions
  • Texas Lotto
  • Texas Two Step
  • All or Nothin
  • Pick 3
  • Daily 4
  • Cash Five
  • Scratch Tickets

Explanation lotteries from Texas usa

Texas Lottery: This is the umbrella organization responsible for various lottery games in Texas. They offer both national and local games, including: Lotto Texas: A local game where players select numbers to win big prizes. On 19 June, 2004, Lotto Texas awarded an incredible $145 million This so far is the lottery’s biggest jackpot.

Texas Two Step: This is a local lottery game where players select four numbers and try to guess the right combination for big prizes.

Texas Cash Five: This is a daily lottery draw where players choose five numbers. If you get all five numbers correct, you win the jackpot.

Texas Triple Chance: This involves choosing eight numbers from a set of 55. If you guess the correct combination of numbers, you can win significant prizes.

Texas Pick 3 and Texas Daily 4: These are daily draws where you pick three or four numbers, respectively. Prizes vary depending on the numbers chosen and the order in which they are drawn.

Texas Lottery Commission

The Texas Lottery is considered one of the most successful lotteries in the United States. With our robust approach to scratch and sweepstakes games unparalleled in the lottery industry, along with a lot of hard work and dedication, the Texas Lottery has another record year 2022.

The last fiscal year was also the consecutive year in which Texas Lottery sales increased from the previous year, including the 12th consecutive year of record sales, with total sales of $8 billion. Record sales of scratch-off lottery $6.5 billion, sales of sweepstakes games reached a record $1.5 billion in fiscal year 2022. All these record sales brought the total net contribution to Texas schools and veterans’ causes to a new record of $2 billion.