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Release of La Fleur’s 2013 World Lottery Almanac
ROCKVILLE, Maryland (April 3rd, 2013) -TLF Publications, Inc. announced that it will release La Fleur’s 2013 World Lottery Almanac on Tuesday, the 9th of April. The book will begin shipping for those that have advanced purchased the book on that Tuesday.
The 2013 World Lottery Almanac book costs $750 plus shipment costs. With the required purchase of the 2013 World Lottery Almanac book, there are additional options to purchase the Secure Excel Database* ($450-non-profit [government lottery]/$900-for-profit organizations [supplier]) and the Secure PDF download ($100)*. You can purchase the LaFleur’s 2013 World Lottery Almanac by clicking this link.
The 472-page La Fleur’s 2013 World Lottery Almanac is the complete reference source on the $275.2 billion worldwide lottery industry.
This edition features the all new Internet & Mobile Report, showcasing the calendar 2012 vs. 2011 total online sale & instant online sales for lotteries worldwide. The tables examine online sales as a percentage of a lottery’s total sales & total instant sales. Growth is also measure by a 2012 versus 2011 analysis of online sales.
Section I features a ” Fast Facts ” compilation of data on North American lotteries, including start up history, guide to product mix, government profits earmarking including by program, and video lottery terminal guide.
Section II features four-page profiles on 45 U.S., five Canadian and six Australasian lotteries. Each profile traces the lottery’s calendar 2012 versus 2011 sales by game (instant, 3-digit, 4-digit, lotto, cash lotto, keno, VLTs, niche games), its calendar 2012 versus 2011 instant sales by price point ($1, $2, $3, $4, $5, $7, $10, $20) and its projected fiscal 2013 versus fiscal 2012 ad budgets by media and by game. Each profile tracks the lottery’s five-year annual sales by game from fiscal 2008 through fiscal 2012. Each profile features the number and the percentage of total, instant and draw retailers by type of business, plus each retailer’s fiscal 2012 total, instant and draw sales.
Section III is divided into seven chapters: worldwide lottery sales; fiscal 2012 sales, profit and expense analysis; the retailer network; ad expenditures; historical analysis; contractor survey; and calendar 2012 U.S. lotteries’ weekly sales by game.
The worldwide lottery sales chapter tracks calendar 2012 traditional game sales and VLT net machine income in local currency and converted to U.S. currency for 181 lotteries worldwide, including rankings by total and per capita sales for instant, lotto, total, keno, toto and draw games. There is a separate section on VLT net machine income rankings.
The historical analysis section features the U.S., Canadian and Australian lotteries’ annual sales by year for the past decade for instant, pulltab, 3-digit numbers, 4-digit numbers, in-state lotto, cash lotto, bloc lotto, Powerball, Mega Millions, fast draw and daily keno and video lottery terminals.
The contractor guide features a monetary guide to U.S. lotteries’ instant ticket and draw system contracts. In addition, there is a worldwide guide to instant printers and terminal system contracts by lottery organization.
The appendix includes a glossary of terms.
Click here to view a .PDF of the LaFleur’s 2013 World Lottery Almanac’s table of contents.
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TLF Publications also now protects its 2013 Almanac Excel Database to prevent copyright infringement. The end user will not have to download any additional programs, as long as they own Excel. However, the Excel Database will not allow end users to copy and paste data. End users will still be allowed to print and manipulate data. The end user will only be able to open the document on three devices.
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Where The Money Goes
Where The Money Goes
The Georgia LotteryвЂ™s mission is to maximize revenues for specific educational programs. In Fiscal Year 2020, the GLC transferred $1,237,345,246 to the Lottery for Education Account вЂ“ thatвЂ™s $3.3 million (on average) raised every day for HOPE & Pre-K. The Georgia Lottery ranks #3 in highest per capita returns to beneficiaries for state lotteries without VLT revenue, according to LaFleurвЂ™s World Lottery Almanac.
Simply put, no. In Fiscal Year 1997, the Georgia Lottery transferred 35% of lottery revenues to the Lottery for Education Account in the amount of $362 million. In Fiscal Year 2020, the Georgia Lottery raised $1.23 billion for HOPE & Pre-K, accounting for 26.1% of lottery revenues for Fiscal Year 2020. The Georgia Lottery responsibly manages prize payouts to maximize revenues for the important education programs funded with lottery proceeds.
The Georgia Lottery operates on 1.74% of lottery revenues. In Fiscal Year 2020, lottery retailers earned a 6% sales commission on each lottery ticket they sold. Major vendors that operate our gaming system and print instant games earn approximately 2% of revenues.
By law, the Georgia Lottery Corporation (GLC) is governed by a seven-member board of directors that is appointed by the Governor. The Lottery for Education Act also creates a joint committee of the General Assembly to serve as the Georgia Lottery Corporation Legislative Oversight Committee, comprised of the House Regulated Industries Committee & Senate Economic Development Committee. The Lottery is accountable to the Governor, the General Assembly through the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee, and to the public through regular and on-going audits and reports. All audits and reports are public documents. Additionally, the Georgia Lottery releases its annual financial reports.
The GLC board of directors commissions extensive compensation studies by independent third party firms to ensure GLC pay practices are in line with the marketplace; requires the Corporation to contract with independent auditing firms to ensure the GLCвЂ™s financial viability on an annual basis; and requests profit optimization studies be conducted periodically by independent gaming experts to ensure the Corporation is maximizing revenues to its beneficiaries.
Where The Money Goes Where The Money Goes The Georgia LotteryвЂ™s mission is to maximize revenues for specific educational programs. In Fiscal Year 2020, the GLC transferred $1,237,345,246 to