All or Nothing lottery game suspended
AUSTIN, TEXAS (KVEO NEWSCENTER 23) — The Texas Lottery All or Nothing draw game has been temporarily suspended.
According to a Texas Lottery Commission news release, GTECH Corporation informed the commission of a game design issue which was caused by participants who have repeatedly played the same number combinations.
In the meantime, the Texas Lottery will evaluate the games limitations to continue generating revenue for public education.
The Texas Lottery has stated that they will honor all prizes for All or Nothing tickets that have already been purchased.
All or Nothing is played by selecting 12 numbers from a pool of 24. players can win the game's top prize of $250,000 by matching all of the 12 numbers drawn by the Texas Lottery or by matching none of the 12 numbers drawn.
The All or Nothing draw game was launched on Sept. 9, 2012 and ticket sales exceeded expectations almost immediately. overall, the game has generated sales of $62.5 million and $37.7 million in prizes to players.