Connecticut Lottery Corporation News

25 Oct 2021
Beginning today, players will be able to place bets at Sports Haven in New Haven. In the coming days, the retail sportsbooks at Bobby V's Restaurant & Sports Bar locations in Stamford, and Windsor Locks, will open and begin accepting bets.
19 Oct 2021
Foxwoods Resort Casino, Mohegan Sun and the Connecticut Lottery are the current players in the state for online sports betting and iGaming.
18 Oct 2021
The official sportsbook of the Connecticut Lottery will be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week on all mobile devices, tablets, desktop and laptop computers for unlimited players aged 21 and older beginning tomorrow.
26 Aug 2021
The Connecticut Lottery Corporation has received approval to operate up to 15 sports betting locations in the state.
12 Aug 2021
The Connecticut Lottery today announced that Rush Street Interactive will be its digital sports betting partner, joining DraftKings and FanDuel as the digital operators in the state.
13 Apr 2020
The agreement grows the company's instant game partnership with the Connecticut Lottery, increasing the percentage of its games in the Lottery's portfolio to the role of primary provider
28 Jun 2019
Returning to the board for a second term are Carolyn Hawley of Virginia and Chelsea Turner of Connecticut.
10 Sep 2015
As part of its major retail expansion, Foxwoods now offers Connecticut lottery games at three of its retailers.
19 Jul 2007
Scientific Games has been chosen to provide instant-ticket printing services under a three-year contract to the Connecticut Lottery Corporation.
12 Jul 2007
GTECH Printing Corporation reports that the Connecticut Lottery Corporation has chosen the Company as a provider of instant-ticket printing services, under a three-year contract, commencing August 19, 2007.
12 Feb 2007
The Connecticut Lottery Corporation has announced its intent to award Scientific Games its lottery systems contract.
11 Jan 2005
Raises of between 3 percent and 6 percent and cash bonuses of 11 percent to several state lottery officials last summer have prompted a call by some lawmakers to review salaries at Connecticut's quasi-public agencies.