NJ Lottery Pauses Playback of Fast Play Games Due to Problem
The NJ Lottery suspended sales of the Fast Play family of games on Tuesday due to a “vendor software issue.”
The lottery said Northstar New Jersey and IGT are investigating the issue. The lottery advised players to hold onto their tickets while waiting for a lottery announcement.
A New Jersey resident who tried to play the game at a New Brunswick lottery retailer on Wednesday morning received a printed ticket with a message saying sales had been suspended.
Lottery spokeswoman Missy Gillespie told New Jersey 101.5 she was waiting for an update on the issue.
Fast Play players can choose from several games to play and contribute to a progressive jackpot; players will immediately know if they have won. Some of the games that are part of Fast Play include Crack the Safe, Winfall, and Jersey Jackpot.
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