Lottery Association Agrees To Settlement After Lawsuit Over Rigged Gaming

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Millions of lottery players may get a share of a $4.3 million settlement with the Multi-State Lottery Association (MSLA) over claims of lotto rigging. The settlement, announced on July 22, was a result of a large scam operation perpetrated by Eddie Tipton, a former MSLA IT director. A class action lawsuit was filed in January 2017 by Dale Culler against the MSLA alleging that it did not prevent lottery games from being rigged, which then cheated hundreds of thousands of people from a chance of winning a jackpot prize. The lottery class action lawsuit claimed that Tipton installed software on the generators which picked the random numbers, which stopped them from producing true random numbers. Ring of Fire’s Farron Cousins discusses this with Scott Hardy from Top Class Actions.

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