It is not very often that glitches result in lawsuits, but it can be reasonably guessed that the South Carolina Lottery Commission can expect some kind of action along these lines. That is because, for two hours and two minutes on Christmas Day (of all days), “the same play symbol was repeated in all nine available play areas on tickets which would result in a top prize of $500, according to the South Carolina Education Lottery,” the Lottery Post has confirmed.
Those who were most jubilant on the great holiday were quickly angered as they found out that they had won nothing at all! The “Holiday Cash Game” suffered a nasty glitch that got everyone’s hope inflated for nothing.
A statement claims that “As soon as the issue was identified, the Add-A-Play game was suspended immediately to conduct a thorough investigation. Instant (scratch) tickets and all other lottery games were not affected by this error.”
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