LANSING, Mich. (AP) -- The Michigan Lottery is launching its first $30 instant game, which has top prizes of $2 million and more than $80 million in total prizes available.
Tickets for the "$2,000,000 Cash" game go on sale statewide Tuesday. Each ticket will offer players 30 chances to win. Players also have a 1-in-25 chance of winning $200.
The lottery says introduction of the game reflects strong player interest in $10 and $20 instant game tickets, such as the Hot Millions and Diamond Payout games. Both of those games offer top prizes of $1 million. The lottery introduced $20 instant games in 2001.
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