Hoosier Millionaire game show makes a comeback

By: NewsCenter16 Staff Email
By: NewsCenter16 Staff Email

After an eight year break, the live Hoosier Millionaire game shows will be held again in Indiana.

Show host Tony Lamont was at Martin's Super Market on South Bend Avenue Tuesday, for a kick-off event.

Scratch-offs for the game are already on sale, and live game shows will start in the spring. They will be filmed in six different locations, including the Lerner Theater in Elkhart on July 24.

“Because it's the 25th anniversary of the Hoosier Lottery, they brought back one of the most popular tickets and the most popular games, which was the Hoosier Millionaire game,” said Lamont. “And to do that, they're going to launch with that Hoosier Millionaire ticket, and it's a ticket that gives you a chance to be on one of the live Hoosier Millionaire game shows.

To be considered for the game show, you can enter your non-winning Hoosier Millionaire ticket at the Hoosier Lottery website.

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