Millennial Loteria (Game)

Millennial Loteria By Mike Alfaro (Created by), Gerardo Guillén (Designed by) Cover Image

Millennial Loteria (Game)

By Mike Alfaro (Created by), Gerardo Guillén (Designed by)


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This game, which reimagines La Dama as La Feminist, El Catrín as El Hipster, and Las Jaras as La Hashtag, is Lotería for a new generation.

This hilarious and insightful parody of the classic “Mexican Bingo” game Lotería is filled with nostalgia and ironic humor. It's guaranteed to make your next fiesta be lit AF. So grab your bitcoin chips, get a couple of your fave friends together, and prepare to yell “Yaaaaasssssssssss, Millennial Lotería!”

Each set includes:
 46 cards
 10 boards
 80 bitcoin chips
 Collectible Millennial Lotería pin
Mike Alfaro is a Writer, Creative Director, and Pop-Culture Fanboy. Born and raised in Guatemala, he moved to California after turning 18 in search of the American Dream. How cliché. Since then, he’s created several successful ad campaigns for major U.S. brands and also launched the viral Instagram account @MillennialLoteria. He is happily married and currently developing a movie based on his experiences as a Hispanic millennial immigrant.
Product Details ISBN: 9781944515805
ISBN-10: 1944515801
Publisher: Blue Star Press
Publication Date: December 4th, 2018
Language: English
“You need this Millennial Lotería for your next game night.” –Latina Magazine

“Millennial Lotería se ha vuelto un ícono de la sociedad actual latina y un hit en Instagram” –Cosmopolitan Magazine Mexico

“Lotería cards for Millennials exist and they are too perfect.” –

“Someone made loteria for millennials and itʼs for sure gonna sell out fast.” –

“Perfect for the woke generation.” –

“This guy gave Loteria the millennial makeover they deserve” –Huffington Post

“All hail Millennial Lotería, the brilliant rendition of the game created by Mike Alfaro.” –

“Loteria cards got a genius millennial makeover” –The Chicago Tribune

“A witty, introspective, and at times, critical version of the game that many Latinos grew up loving.” –