WyoLotto is gearing up for the launch of its newest game, Lucky for Life.

WyoLotto CEO Jon Clontz says players will be able to start buying Lucky for Life tickets on December 4.

"When we tested this game, people really seemed to be drawn to the fact that it pays out $1,000 a day," said Clontz. "It's a colorful game that's having success in other states and hopefully people will enjoy it."

Drawings for the game, which costs $2 a ticket, will be held every Monday and Thursday evening.

"The other multi-state games, like Powerball and Mega Millions, pay out around 50 percent," said Clontz. "In this game you have a 59.5 percent chance, so we like the fact that it's a higher percentage toward the player of winning some kind of prize."

To promote the new game, WyoLotto is giving away a 2016 Camaro LT, a 2016 Harley-Davidson Freewheeler and $3,000 in cash.

"If you go to wyolotto.com you can enter to win," said Clontz. "We'll run the contest through late November and then we'll draw the winner around the launch of the new game."

Lucky for Life, which is currently played in 20 other states, will be WyoLotto's third multi-state game. Cowboy Draw, which is WyoLotto's most popular game, is the only in-state game.