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Virginia State Lottery’s $5 Million State Lotteries Sweepstakes Is Over

Virginia State Lottery’s $5 Million State Lotteries Sweepstakes Is Over

Virginia State Treasurer Eric Grosso and his team have scooped up $5 million in state lottery tickets for the 2017-18 season.

Grosso announced Wednesday that the Virginia Lottery Board of Directors will award the state’s $2.5 million cash prizes to six winners: two winners will receive $3 million, the other three will receive up to $2 million.

The winner will receive a cash prize of $1.3 million.

Giro said the winning team will have a total of $22.5 billion to spend on gaming, and that the state will spend $5 billion annually.

The state’s Lottery is set to announce its final winner in October, and it will likely be a team of high-rollers who are also among the most talented.

“We know Virginia has a lot of potential to win big,” Grosso said.

“If we’re going to have a great, successful year, we have to have the right team of people, and we’ve got to get that right team.”

A spokesman for the Virginia Department of Gaming said the lottery board had received “a number of bids” for the state lottery’s $1 billion prize, but no final bids had been made.

The $2 billion prize is the first in Virginia since the state passed a lottery in 2002, when it awarded $4.3 billion.

It is the largest in the nation, but that was just one year after the state had a $3 billion lottery, which was sold for $1 in 2002.

The lottery’s next big prize will be announced in January, and Grosso has said he wants the winning bid to be between $2 and $5.