A lifelong Otero County resident claims a $390,000 Roadrunner Cash prize, the largest won by one player.
Lottery Board of Directors appoints Tom Romero Interim CEO; Romero previously served as the lottery’s Executive Vice President of Security.
Powerball reaches record jackpot of $340 million.
Power Play multiples a second-place Powerball prize into $600,000, the fourth-largest New Mexico Lottery prize to date.
Powerball game revises with new matrix and prize structure.
New Mexico’s third Powerball jackpot winner, John San Cartier of Albuquerque, claims his $93.4 million Powerball prize. The winning numbers were drawn on August 10.
Dutch and Janice Ensconatus of Roswell claim the first top prize in the “$500,000 Extravaganza” Scratcher game.
Lottery ends Fiscal Year 2005 with gross sales of $134.7 million and profit of $32.2 million.
Lottery launches “$500,000 Extravaganza,” offering its largest Scratcher prize ever.
Following a national trend, two Powerball players from New Mexico use fortune cookie numbers and win $100,000 prizes.
Two players split a record Roadrunner Cash prize of $400,000.
Gross ticket sales surpass $1 billion.