Or. Admin. R. 177-090-0010 - Sports Action Description
(1) General: Sports Action is a Lottery game based on the outcome of a game or special play. Each play week during the Sports Action season, the Lottery will make available an official program, which lists the events for that play week. The play week's official program will contain at least eight events. For each game listed, the official program will indicate the favorite and the underdog and include a point spread. The point spread is added to the underdog score which is then compared to the favorite's score to determine the outcome of a game. The team with the highest score is the winner as specified in OAR 177-090-0055. The Lottery's point spread appearing on the official program is the only point spread applicable to Sports Action.
(2) Player Selections: A player is required to select at least three events on the official program but may select 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12, or a maximum of 14 events.
(3) Lottery Selections: The Lottery will list a minimum of eight events up to a maximum of thirty events each week. The Director reserves the right to determine which events will be listed in the official program and whether to apply a point spread.
Stat. Auth.: Or. Const. Art. XV, Sec. 4(4) & ORS 461
Stats. Implemented: ORS 461.010
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