Students across the nation have a new way to take part in the second chance lottery that includes a lottery app and a second chance program that offer a chance to win $100 in cash prizes.
The new lottery app called the Hoosier Lottery is the latest initiative from the state’s education department that has attracted national attention.
The app, which was launched earlier this month, includes a cash prize of up to $100 and offers a $50,000 first-place prize, according to the Department of Education.
The state lottery is currently accepting applications through the lottery app.
The department says it is looking to bring a second opportunity lottery program to Indiana, according a press release issued Tuesday.
The program would offer $100 first-round cash prizes and up to a $250,000 prize in cash, along with $5,000 in scholarship awards and a $10,000 scholarship for a student in the first-year class.
The department said that students would be able to apply online, and that there would be a minimum $100 deposit required for participation.
“The lottery is a way for Hoosiers to participate in the state lottery,” said David O. Stoner, deputy commissioner of the Indiana Department of Licensing and Regulation.
“We believe the Hoasier Lotteries app is the best way to bring the lottery to the Hoesomers.
This app is available for free to Hoosiest students.
The Hoosest students are the ones that can win the biggest prizes.”
The app was created by the Department for Licensing & Regulation (DLR) to help promote the lottery.
The lottery app is a state-by-state version of the lottery website, which currently allows users to purchase tickets from the app.DLR officials say the app will also provide a way to promote the Indiana Lottery.
“Our goal is to help Hoosiness students have a second shot at winning the lottery, and our goal is not to take away their right to participate, but to help educate and give them the information they need to get their second chance,” said Stoner.
The lottery app includes the chance to take advantage of a $1,000 cash prize, as well as a $100 cash prize.
A $50 cash prize is also available for those who have not taken advantage of the first chance program.
Students can also use the app to purchase lottery tickets online or in person.
The Department for Gaming says there are currently about 12,000 lottery winners in Indiana.
The second chance programs are designed to help students in special education, and offer students with disabilities a chance at winning cash prizes, scholarships and other prizes.
Students participating in the programs will also be given a digital copy of the Hooistalk app to use when searching for lottery tickets.
Students also will have access to a mobile application that will allow them to create their own personalized drawing and use that app to select the best-paying tickets to win, as opposed to buying the same tickets individually.
The Hoosistalk application also has the option of allowing users to view tickets in real-time, and allow them access to tickets with their social media accounts.
According to the app, Hoosies can use their social accounts to upload photos and videos of their winnings.
Students may also use their personal phones to view winning tickets and then use the application to enter their win.
The apps allows users the ability to make their own lottery tickets, and also offers a chance for students to earn a $500 gift card by completing a short survey.
The Indiana Lotterys lottery app also provides a link to a personal lottery app for students that allows them to buy tickets.
The application allows users a quick way to get tickets and a chance of a cash payment.
The Department for Lottery also says it will provide $100 scholarships to students in the Hoedeman First-Year Class who receive an average of $25,000 through the first year of their education.
The scholarship will be awarded based on the student’s overall GPA and their average SAT score.