New York City lottery officials have said the results of the New York state lottery will be announced Thursday.
Officials from the city and state have said they will release the numbers at about 1 p.m.
The results are expected to be released as early as Friday.
The Times-Union reported Thursday that the numbers will be released in an hour or so, but the city is not releasing the full results until after 2 p.o.m., after which it will be public.
The lottery has posted a live stream on its website and Twitter account that will show the lottery’s computers and computer software, the Times-Util tweeted.
The Times Union said lottery officials are not releasing information about how the computers work.
The Times-U.S. News website reported earlier Thursday that lottery officials were not able to make the final determinations of how the numbers would be displayed.
Officials said the system had been hacked and that the city’s security team had no way to check the data.
Officials said the information on the website could be obtained only by going through a password-protected system.
There were 1,964 entries for $10,000, according to the Times Union.
There were 7,979 entries for more than $50,000.
The lottery had about 14,000 entries on Thursday, according the Times.
In 2012, the New Jersey lottery had some of the highest numbers of tickets sold in the state.
New Jersey had a total of 2,633,936 tickets sold.
The city of Newark, which has a population of 6.8 million, had 6,823,988 tickets sold, the newspaper reported.