A new Pennsylvania Lottery game debuts Tuesday, while other longtime drawings are getting new names.

The new game is called PICK 2, a twice-daily drawing that allows players to bet on any two-digit number.

Other daily lottery drawings, in which players choose three to five digits, are being rebranded under the "PICK" name.

The 38-year-old Daily Number, the lottery's first daily draw game, will now be known as PICK 3.

The BIG 4 game, which launched in 1980, will become PICK 4. And Quinto, which has been played since 2008, will be called PICK 5, the lottery said.

The games themselves aren't changing, and all of the PICK games will continue to be drawn twice a day.

The PICK series "will help to reinvigorate our draw games portfolio through a fresh, new look, a coordinated marketing strategy and new second-chance opportunities," Sil Lutkewitte, the lottery's executive director, said in a statement.

Daily Number, BIG 4 and Quinto tickets purchased prior to Tuesday will be valid for the PICK games.

Players should expect to begin seeing new play slips at retailers.