The Kansas Lottery is run by the government of Kansas. It is a charter member of the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL).
In November 1986, voters approved a constitutional amendment (with 64 percent voting in favor) authorizing the creation of a government-run lottery. The Kansas Legislature passed the "Kansas Lottery Act" in 1987, establishing the Lottery. The mission of the Lottery is to produce the maximum amount of revenue possible for Kansas, while insuring the integrity of its games.
The Kansas Lottery offers $1, $2,$3 $5, $10, $20, and $30 scratch tickets, plus $1 and $2 instant "pull-tab" games. The Lottery also offers the draw games Powerball, Mega Millions, Lotto America, Super Kansas Cash, Pick 3, 2by2, and Keno, Lottery products are sold at approximately 1,900 retailers. Kansas' newest draw game is the multi-state Lucky for Life, whose earliest version was a Connecticut-only game.
All Kansas Lottery games have a minimum age of 18.
The Lottery sponsors several races at the Kansas Speedway, including the Kansas Lottery 150 and the Kansas Lottery 300. Wikipedia