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Play our Powerball lottery game by selecting five main numbers (1-69), and one Power Ball (1-26). Once the ticket is purchased, your bet is placed.
Powerball is drawn in the USA every Wednesday and Saturday evenings at 23:00 EST.
Powerball posted jackpots worth $590 million which is the third largest lotto prize the world has seen.
Powerball has the highest opening prize at $40,000,000 with no cap.
Any player that matches all five main numbers, as well as the Powerball selected on Wednesday's or Saturday's draw is entitled to their share of the multi-million Powerball top prize. In addition to the jackpot prize, there are additional 8 secondary prizes in every Powerball draw!
The local tax regulations in Powerball participating states will apply and may vary from state to state..
Powerball is an American lottery game sold by 45 lotteries as a shared jackpot game. It is coordinated by the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL), a non-profit organization formed by an agreement with various U.S. lotteries. Since the change in format on 15th January 2012, Powerball's minimum advertised jackpot is $40 million (in the form of an annuity) with a potential of nine-figure prizes. There is no maximum jackpot for the Powerball, and it will roll over until all the numbers are matched.
The biggest Powerball jackpot to date was $590,500,000 won in May 2013 by one winning ticket in Florida, making it the 3rd biggest ever lotto win of all time among all lotteries worldwide.
Powerball's predecessor began in 1988; the multi-jurisdictional game was known as Lotto*America. The game, and name, was changed to Powerball on 19th April 1992. Powerball's first drawing was held three days later on 22nd April 1992.
When it was launched Powerball became the first game to use two drums. Using two drums to draw numbers from offers more manipulation, simultaneously allowing high jackpot odds, numerous prize levels, and low overall odds of winning. A Powerball ticket can provide a win by matching only one number.
The most notable Powerball jackpot winner has to be Gloria MacKenzie. The 84 year old widow, who at the time of winning was living in a small shack, won $590.5 million in May 2013. Gloria purchased the winning ticket in her local grocery store in Zephyrhills after another customer let her cut the queue. The huge jackpot is the biggest single win in the history of the American lottery. B. Raymond Buxton decided to have a bit of a laugh when he discovered he’d won $425.3 million on the Powerball. Keeping the country in suspense as to who the winner was, Buxton waited to announce he was the winner on April 1st. But this was no April Fools joke. Buxton had purchased a ticket for the February 19th draw but the huge jackpot up for grabs enticed him to purchase another, and it was this second ticket that scooped him the prize money! On December 25th 2002, Jack Whittaker won $314.9 million on the Powerball jackpot. At the time, it was the biggest prize claimed by a single winning ticket and Jack soon made headlines, not just for his fantastic luck but for the fact that he already had a net worth of more than $17 million prior to his win! The August 7th draw in 2013 made three lucky ticket holders millionaires overnight. One of the ticket holders however was actually a 16 member group known as Ocean’s 16. The group of colleagues chartered a bus to validate their ticket together at the Lottery Headquarters. After tax, each member of the group received $3,872,445.94. However it wasn’t just Ocean’s 16 that were made the only millionaires in New Jersey that draw. For the first time in 20 years, two winning tickets were sold in the same state and another New Jersey resident scooped $86,054,355 before tax. The third jackpot winner was from Minnesota.
Playing PowerBall is easy! Match all 5 numbers and 1 Powerball number and you could be the next PowerBall jackpot prize winner!
To play Powerball select five main numbers between 1 and 59 plus one Powerball between 1 and 35. If you match all 5 main numbers and the Powerball you will be a jackpot prize winner!
Draws take place every Wednesday and Saturday evenings at 23:00 EST in the USA . Join players from across the world who are eagerly awaiting the results to find out if they are the next winner. It could be you! Don't forget that you can subscribe with us so that you never miss a draw!
Powerball has an opening jackpot of $40 Million with no cap, making it one of the world's biggest lottery games!
Dwarfed a little by the MegaMillions, the Powerball is the second most popular lottery in the United States, and has the potential to bequeath its lucky winners an amazing, life-changing pot of lovely lottery lolly!
The Powerball is another double drum game, where the main numbers are drawn from a drum containing balls from 1 through to 69, and the PowerBalls from 1 to 26. You must select five balls from the main set of numbers, and one PowerBall. Match all six numbers to collect the latest amazing jackpot, and you can win a prize just by matching the PowerBall alone. The draw for the Powerball lottery is made every Wednesday and Saturday at 10:59pm, EST.
Whilst the jackpot prizes created by the Powerball lottery have yet to match those given by its cousin, the MegaMillions, the Powerball does hold one record – the largest jackpot won by a single ticket. That was won in May 2013 when lucky Gloria MacKenzie of Florida scooped a record jackpot of $590,500,000! Will the next super Powerball lottery jackpot winner be you? Why not find out with the World Lottery Club?
The Powerball results take place at the Florida Lottery’s studio in Tallahassee. For those with access to American television stations, you’ll be able to watch the live draw on TV. Alternatively you can wait for the results to be published officially online or follow social media threads such as Twitter to see the winning numbers as they shoot up the shaft and onto the rail.
The Powerball uses a machine called the Halogen to randomly select the winning numbers. There are four of these machines in total, although only two are ever used per draw. The remaining two are used as a reserve should they need to be used as backup. The first machine selects five numbers of white balls between 1 and 59 and the second releases one red Power Ball between 1 and 35. The machines operate using a turntable which mixes the numbered balls before selecting one at random and into the shaft onto the display rail.