What is Ca$hola?
Ca$hola is a multi-state, wide area progressive video lottery game offered at approved racetracks and other facilities in Delaware, Rhode Island and West Virginia. Click here for a list of places to play.
How do you play?
To play for the Ca$hola jackpot, players must make a qualifying wager of $2.25 on a single play on a Ca$hola jackpot participating video lottery terminal. If five (5) Ca$hola symbols appear in a designated winning line combination on a qualifying wager the player wins the Ca$hola jackpot recorded on the Ca$hola computer system at the time of their win.
How Much is the Jackpot?
The advertised annuity Ca$hola jackpot is the amount that will be paid over thirty (30) approximately equal payments over twenty-nine years (starting with the initial installment plus 29 annual payments). Players are offered the opportunity to select a cashout option, which is a single lump sum payment of the cash amount that would be used to fund the annuity payout prize. Due to the multi-jurisdictional nature of the Ca$hola game, jackpot prize payment will be made approximately two weeks after prize claim.
What are the odds?
The odds of winning the Ca$hola jackpot on a single qualifying play are approximately 1 in 7 million. The Ca$hola game may be played during operational hours of the racetrack or other facility where the Ca$hola video lottery terminal is located.
Need additional information?
The above information is only a summary. Click here to for the complete game rules (pdf format).