The Wyoming Lottery Corporation has reported total lottery sales of $29m for the 2018 fiscal year.

The $5 in-state Cash Lotto game Cowboy Draw represented 34 per cent of Wyoming Lottery’s sales during the year, helping the lottery to distribute a record $5.4m to the state treasurer’s office, the highest annual transfer total since WyoLotto launched in August 2014.

Intralot’s US subsidiary has powered the Wyoming Lottery since its inception, with Intralot assisting in managing, training, and recruiting 450 retailers across the state.

“The board, the management, and the entire lottery corporation should feel proud of how much they've accomplished in a relatively short period of time,” said Intralot Inc acting CEO Byron Boothe.

“We're looking forward to providing new ways of fun and entertainment for Wyoming players. Most importantly, we're excited about generating revenue for the State of Wyoming and contributing to the local community for good causes.”

Shares in Intralot SA (ASE:INLOT) rose 4.71 per cent to €0.356 per share in Athens Tuesday morning.

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