Lottery Draw Information, Numbers, and Facts

Get all the information you need to play the most popular Oregon lotteries! Draw schedules, guess ranges, prize divisions, and winning odds are provided so that you can decide what draws to play. Make informed decisions when you purchase your Oregon lotto tickets!

Information About the Oregon Lottery

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The Oregon Lottery’s mission, according to the state’s constitution, is to “operate a lottery with the highest standards of security and integrity to earn maximum profits for the people of Oregon commensurate with the public good.”

According to the Oregon Lottery’s website, “the Oregon Lottery is the state’s second largest funding source after personal income tax, contributing over $12 billion to state funding since 1985,” as of August 2019.

The Oregon Lottery issued its first Scratch-it game on April 25, 1985. The Megabucks draw game, also known as “Oregon’s Game,” was launched later that year. Megabucks was the first US lottery game to give players a choice of lump sum or annuity, should they win the top prize. Megabucks has been the favorite state draw of Oregonians ever since its launch!

Information About Oregon Lottery Draws

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The Oregon Lottery offers a variety of games for every player, including jackpot games, Scratch-its, Keno, and Video Lottery, so there's something for everyone—over the age of 18! Games include the multi-state Powerball and Mega Millions lotteries, as well as Megabucks, otherwise known as "Oregon's Game", which has been thrilling Oregonians since its launch in 1985.

In addition, the Oregon Lottery offers a number of draw games not available on theLotter Oregon at this time, including Lucky Lines, Keno, Raffle, Win for Life, and Pick 4. The lottery’s popular Scratch-It instant games are not available online but cards can be purchased at retailers across the state. And finally, the Oregon Lottery operates Video Lottery games, a product sold on stand-alone Video Lottery terminals at licensed retailers.

Full information about the Oregon Lottery, its games, history, and the charitable causes it helps support, can be found on the official Oregon Lottery website.