WyoLotto is adding a fourth new game this fall and hopes to add a fifth next year.

The Board of Directors on Thursday gave the Lucky for Life game the green light. The draw game features a jackpot that pays $1,000 a day for life.

"We did some focus groups, we did some research, some testing of several different game concepts and the game that kept coming back with the most zeal and excitement was Lucky for Life," said WyoLotto CEO Jon Clontz.

The new game, which should be available in October or November, will be WyoLotto's third multi-state game behind Mega Millions and Powerball.

Cowboy Draw, which is WyoLotto's most popular game, is the only in-state game.

"Next year I want to be really focused on putting in another in-state game," said Clontz. "That might be a raffle or it might be some other type of game, but the raffle is testing really well, people like the idea of that because of the varied prizes you can give away."