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Lottery is banned in various states in the US mainly due to its impacts on the society. The purchase of lottery can be addictive, hence impacting the livelihood of many. However, due to easier ROI, the demand for lottery has increased. Higher jackpot values have raised the demand for tickets with larger jackpot amount in state lotteries of the US. This lures casual players into the game as they buy the lottery tickets only when the prize is highly attractive. A large audience was attracted to the prize money of $100 million in 2013. However, due to the influence of jackpot fatigue, the lottery vendor's revenue flow is restricted as fewer people are buying lottery tickets, which is affecting the growth of the market in the country. With jackpot fatigue creeping in the US lottery market, prize amount as high as $300 million is expected to fetch more players.