The Minnesota and Iowa lotteries on Friday unveiled a new game that will be offered in both states starting next week.
In All or Nothing players choose 12 numbers from a pool of 24. For a $1 ticket, the game offers players a chance to win the top prize of $100,000 whether they match all or none of the numbers selected.
It's the first lotto-style game introduced in Minnesota since Northstar Cash in 2003 and it's the first partnership with just one other state, Minnesota State Lottery Director Ed van Petten said.
He estimates the game will bring in $6 million to $7 million for the remainder of this fiscal year, and about $20 million next year.
"Both states participate in Hot Lotto and Powerball games and the Mega Millions games, so we've done other games together with other states," van Petten said.
The two-state effort is a novel concept, he added. "We get a little bigger population base that makes the game work better."