FY20 is the twelve-month period ending 30 June, 2020 in each of the states except Michigan, which concluded the fiscal year on 30 September.
The Michigan Lottery achieved a total sales increase of 86% and since its launch has contributed over $500m before operating expenses to the Michigan School Aid Fund.
The Virginia Lottery saw growth of 29% in online subscription sales in FY20, the supplier said, and the New Hampshire lottery recorded over 142% growth in sales in its first full fiscal year of ilottery operations.
North Carolina’s program, which was converted by NeoPollard to enable the sale of draw games online, was live for eight months in FY20 and achieved top line sales 57% higher than the full FY19.
“Since its inception, NPi has been dedicated to delivering the most entertaining, engaging, and profitable ilottery programs to our customers,” Liz Siver, general manager of NeoPollard Interactive, said.
“We are proud that our industry-leading products and services have helped our ilottery partners continue to drive sales, engage with players, and maximize revenue for the many good causes they support.”