The commission says the method saves more than $700,000.
But the question is, will Arkansans trust it?
There is a nationwide petition on a website (click here) urging states to stick with the traditional ping pong ball style lottery draws.
Some question if the numbers are truly random and if hackers could gain access.
Arkansans in Little Rock's River Market Thursday told us they'll play the lottery no matter what.
"I expect to win the lottery so I'm gonna play. Can't win if you don't play," said Latizia Hudson.
"Yeah, I mean it's a computer, it's random. I'm pretty sure they're gonna have some kinks to work out but eventually they'll get it worked out, everything will be fine," said Tiffany Longnion.
Arkansans could begin buying lottery tickets by the end of September.