CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) -

The opening day of the new Wyoming Lottery saw nearly $200,000 in Powerball and Mega Millions tickets being sold.

Wyoming entered the nationwide jackpot frenzy at noon on Sunday when Mary Ogg, of Sheridan, purchased the first ticket. The 67-year-old grandmother had won a promotional contest to buy the first ticket.

The Wyoming Lottery Corporation says Powerball ticket sales from noon Sunday to midnight amounted to more than $130,000, while Mega Millions sales were more than $68,000.

Mega Millions draws its winning numbers on Tuesday, while the first Powerball drawing under the new Wyoming lottery is Wednesday.

Among the counties, Natrona County had the most sales with $36,450, followed by Sweetwater with $24,855, Laramie with $22,028, Uinta with $17,378 and Campbell with $17,693.