The revisions made to the Mega Millions game, which is played in multiple states including New York, are the first changes since 2005.
“We expect these changes will increase interest and excitement in the game,” said Stephen Martino, director of the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency, in a press release. “Improvements to the jackpots and better odds for winning any prize should attract players in greater numbers.”
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