The California State Lottery Act aims to spend the extra money for education within the State, rather than imposing an additional tax. According to the Lottery Act, the California State Lottery should deliver at least 34% of their income to aid for public education. The first tickets for the California State Lottery went on sale in October 1985. The SuperLotto Plus the State Lottery in California game Lottery SuperLotto Plus has managed since 2000, and previously had the name of California Super Lotto. The Super Lotto Plus drawings are held twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7: 57 PM. Players must choose 5 number from 1 to 47 and an additional number, the Mega number, enter the number from 1 to 27. The draw uses two machines and two sets of balls, one with gum balls numbered from 1 to 47 and the second used for the Mega number, with numbered rubber balls from 1 to 27.

Most of the California Lottery games use generators of random numbers, whereas the SuperLotto Plus uses traditional drawing mechanisms. To ensure randomness in the California SuperLotto Plus drawings, machines and ball games are chosen randomly before the draw. Once a month the balls are inspected and calibrated to an accuracy of.001 grams and are means to ensure its consistency. Test draws are made on a regular basis and its results are analyzed, as well as the results of the actual sweepstakes, to make sure that there is no number to appear more often than what is assumed that it should. Independent external monitors carry out these tests and also examined videos of the drawings to ensure that the California SuperLotto Plus drawings are reliable. Winner hit only the Mega number become you to win the maximum prize of California Super Lotto, a player must hit 6 numbers correctly. In addition to the jackpot, there are eight additional prizes, depending on how many numbers you have correctly right participant.