Ilustration of lottery tickets on blue background spelling out a word with the pink and blue circles.
Lottery tickets are a form of gambling often used to bring revenue to the state who is sponsoring the lottery. Lottery tickets consist of circles that are filled in with ink or printing and used to register the person's bet. Several variety in the game exist from pick three (numbers) to Powerball, where the exact guess of the correct numbers or placement of specific numbers net the player different amounts for their win. This illustration of lottery tickets spells the word Lotto on blue and pink circles made to look like a filled in lottery ticket. Legislation creating Washington State's Lottery was signed on July 16, 1982, by Governor John Spellman.
About Us (n.d.) Washington’s Lottery. Retrieved from https://www.walottery.com/About/History.aspx