N.J. Lottery Introduces New 'Quick Draw' Game

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Officials at the New Jersey Lottery have announced they will be launching a new game in the state for yet another chance to win big.

The new game, called "Quick Draw," will mostly be featured at bars, restaurants and bowling alleys, and is a keno-style game that electronically draws and displays numbers on TV screens at 400 retail locations across the Garden State.

The drawings are held every five minutes and will allow players to purchase a Quick Draw play from $1 to $10. 

Players select one to 10 numbers out of a pool of 80, and to win they have to match some or all of their numbers to the 20 numbers drawn.

Prizes range from $1 to $1 million depending on the purchase amount.

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