Our Commitment to Players and the State of Georgia
The Georgia Lottery was established as a fun and exciting form of entertainment to raise revenues for Georgia's students. While millions of players enjoy our games responsibly each year, there is a small percentage of individuals who display signs of problem gambling behaviors. The Georgia Lottery is committed to protecting our players and provides tools, information and assistance to those seeking help.
As part of that effort, the Georgia Lottery contributes $400,000 annually to the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities to fund research, education and treatment of gambling addiction.
Responsible gaming has been an integral part of the Georgia Lottery since inception. Please review this page for online tools, responsible gaming resources, and contact information for sources of confidential help. As always Georgia, play responsibly; it’s all about fun!