S.C. SETS ASIDE $19.6M AS INVESTIGATION CONTINUES INTO LOTTERY GLITCH

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January 1, 2018

South Carolina (WPDE) — The South Carolina Board of Commissioners has set aside $19.6 million to deal with a Christmas Day lottery glitch.

In a statement earlier this week, lottery officials said they experienced a “programming error” for those who bought Holiday Cash “Add-A-Play” tickets between 5:51 p.m. and 7:53 p.m. Christmas night.
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This particular lottery is won by players matching three symbols in a vertical, horizontal or diagonal line. In a standard game, no more than five identical play symbols should appear in a single play.

Officials say, instead of standard play, the glitch caused the same play symbols to repeat in all nine available play areas.

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