WyoLotto will launch its fourth game, Lucky for Life, in December and hopes to add a fifth by late 2017 or early 2018.

WyoLotto CEO Jon Clontz says he's exploring the idea of a raffle that would be done once or twice a year.

"You start to get too many draw games and they all sort of look alike," said Clontz. "Raffles you do once a year, maybe twice a year, and you can switch them up and switch the prizes that you give out."

Clontz says a raffle wouldn't bring in a ton of revenue, but it would offer players more variety since the games WyoLotto offers are all draw games.

"The difficult thing with a raffle is we just have to figure out the math of it," said Clontz. "How many tickets would we need to limit it to, what would the top prize amount be, how many other prizes could we afford, that kind of thing."

"We're working on getting all that figured out and it will probably be the next logical step in terms of our game portfolio unless something in the law changes," added Clontz.

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