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After 36 years, state’s oldest lottery game picks its final THREE numbers under DAILY GAME monicker on August 29

Soon rebranding as PICK 3, Daily Game fans are encouraged to celebrate the ‘80s and re-experience the era when it all began

Olympia, WA (August 10, 2020) – Daily Game, the longest-running game in Washington’s Lottery history, will pick its final three numbers on Aug. 29 after more than 13,000 drawings under its current name. Beginning Aug. 30, the game, in which players pick three numbers from 0 to 9, will have two changes: Its name will change to PICK 3, and players will now be able to buy a ticket for up to 25 consecutive drawings, up from seven. Originally debuted as Triple Choice in 1984 and then renamed Daily Game in 1987, it is the oldest draw game in Washington’s Lottery history.

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CHECK YOUR GLOVE COMPARTMENT AND PULL BACK YOUR COUCH CUSHIONS: MORE THAN $5 MILLION IN UNCLAIMED LOTTERY PRIZES EXPIRE SOON

66 lottery prizes totaling more than $5.1 million currently unclaimed; Winners have 180 days from draw date to claim their prize

Olympia, Wash. (Aug. 3, 2020) - Washington’s Lottery is encouraging players to check their tickets, as there are currently 66 unclaimed prizes valued at $10,000 or more totaling $5.1 million. Two prizes will expire this month: a Match 4 prize worth $10,000 and a HIT 5 prize worth $100,000.

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