New York Cash4Life lottery to change to daily draws

12th June 2019 1:34am

The New York Gaming Commission has given the go-ahead for the popular Cash4Life lottery game to change to daily draws.

Currently drawn twice-weekly on Mondays and Thursdays Cash4Life requires players to pick five white numbers from 1 through 60, and then a cash ball.

Offering payouts of $1,000-a-day for life or a lump-sum cash award, Cash4Life will be available to play every day in New York and New Jersey from 1st July.

As well as New York, Cash4Life is available in the states of Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Virginia.

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