Powerball: Who Will Win the $1.9 Billion World’s Biggest Lottery Win?
The US Powerball jackpot has risen to $1.9 billion after no tickets were won in Saturday’s raffle.
Over the course of three months, nobody has been so lucky to win the world’s biggest lottery prize after 39 consecutive draws.
Monday’s drawing has a chance of winning one out of 292.2 million participants, according to the prize organizers.
The world’s largest lottery jackpot was worth $1.59 billion in 2016 and was distributed among three participants.
Although no one was declared the winner of Saturday’s raffle, there were 16 tickets matching the five main numbers, with each owner winning $1 million.
It costs $2 to purchase a Powerball lottery ticket.
The grand prize winner can choose to receive their value in cash all at once or in annual installments over a 29-year period. Most winners prefer to receive the amount all at once.
The Powerball lottery has been organized since 1992 and is held in 45 out of 50 US states including Washington, DC and the Territory of Puerto Rico in the United States and the Virgin Islands, Virgin Island, USA.
The six numbers on the ticket must match the six numbers announced during the draw.
In the event that more than one person chooses the same six winning numbers in the draw, they share the value of the prize.
The last Powerball jackpot win was on August 3rd of last year. The value of the prize was $206.9 million and the winner elected to receive the prize money in cash and in one payment.
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