Lottery.net aims to bring you Winning Numbers for ALL lotteries in the United States of America. What is more, our aim is to bring you those results as soon as possible after the draw takes place. In most instances winning numbers are posted within minutes of the actual balls being drawn.
On top of that our dedicated researchers and writers add prize breakdowns, statistics and game information for every draw in every state, along with the very latest lottery news.
To contact any of the team, please click here.
Meet the Lottery.net Team
Alex is responsible for the financial side of Lottery.net from lottery prize breakdowns (example) through reasons why huge jackpots are becoming more common, and pointers on taking your jackpot as a lump sum or as an annuity.
Alex is a published author with books appearing in up to 11 formats and languages on the subjects of Financial Risk, Derivative Markets and Charting for Investors.
Chris first became involved in the lottery industry in 1994 when he was asked to write articles for The Sunday Mirror and The Sunday Times of London, UK.
He went on to become publisher of The International Lottery Magazine which appeared monthly in the USA for two years and was translated into three languages.
Sarah was born in Wisconsin and went to University in Chicago before moving to Europe for a few years. It was on this trip that Sarah discovered finding the winning numbers for the lotteries she played back home was difficult and so set about changing that with Lottery.net
Today, Sarah specialises in tracking down and monitoring the live lottery draws in the USA and keeping abreast of the many changes to games that happen periodically across the states. Want to know any news about American lottery draws? Then Sarah's your go-to.
Alister is editor-in-chief of the lottery.net team and has many years of experience as a content writer, two of those specifically as an editor in the lottery industry. Alister boasts a Master’s degree in Creative Writing from the University of Hull
Alister can often be found mountain biking along local trails when the sun is out, but keeps a good book handy for when it rains.