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Houston, TX (Law Firm Newswire) April 10, 2015 – The legal case against GTECH Corporation, the operator of the Texas Lottery, entered another phase on April 7 when the plaintiffs, who filed a lawsuit in December 2014, filed a second amended petition accusing the company of fraud. And now the plaintiffs, who were originally a group of 250 lottery players who alleged that GTECH duped them, has now grown to number nearly 1,000 lottery players. The lawsuit, which was filed in state district court in Austin on December 9, accuses GTECH of intentionally programming its lottery computers to treat winning […]


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Houston, TX (Law Firm Newswire) February 11, 2015 – More than 400 Texas lottery players have joined a lawsuit alleging that Texas Lottery operator GTECH Corporation owes them millions in unpaid winnings. The controversy began last fall, when players of the now-discontinued Fun 5’s scratch-off game began to complain that lottery redemption computers were rejecting some winning tickets. Despite mounting player complaints, GTECH and lottery officials allowed the Fun 5’s game to continue for nearly two months. Two hundred and fifty players filed a lawsuit in December for $248 million in unpaid winnings. Now, attorneys for the plaintiffs have filed […]


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Houston, TX (Law Firm Newswire) November 9, 2014 – A group of over 500 Texas Lottery players has filed a lawsuit against GTECH Corporation, the operator of the Texas Lottery, for more than $248 million in winnings that they claim they should have been paid. The players allege that the Texas Lottery operator intentionally programmed lottery computers to deem a particular type of winning ticket a non-winner in the now-defunct Fun 5’s scratch-off game. Now, hundreds of players are suing GTECH, seeking their winnings and asking that the company be sanctioned with punitive damages. “The winnings that the players are […]


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