Powerball Skyrockets To A Whopping $100 Million Jackpot! class= next-head

Galtero Lara
Enero 13, 2019

The Lott spokesman Matt Hart said that if one person wins $100 million next week, it would be the biggest lottery win in Australian history.

With up to one in three Australians tipped to buy tickets to be in the running to snare the millions that are up for grabs, the Lott has revealed the winning entry types that scored Powerball division one prizes in 2018.

About one third of Australian adults had an entry in last night's $80million Powerball draw.

"Under regulations, every single entry has to be validated in the system before the draw can take place".

Among last night's victors were 15 division two-winning entries, each taking home $81,533.30.

The jackpot comes after Thursday's draw was delayed by technical issues as a result of the large volume of entrants.

The prize has jackpotted for eight weeks in a row and is now the equal highest it has ever been in 23 years.

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The numbers were expected to be available online by 9pm last night and be televised about 9.30pm on Channel 7.

Powerball draw 1182 closes at 7.30pm AEST on Thursday, January 10.

And whilst the top prize went unclaimed, Powerball said 2,467,864 entries shared in $44.1 million in winnings.

Of these entries, nearly two-thirds were quick-pick entries, and nearly one in four of the winning entries were PowerHIT entries.

"Hot" Powerball numbers include 3, 13 and 19, again each drawn four times, and the "Cold" 1, 2, 4 and 18 for the "Cold", which weren't drawn at all.

10, 11 and 12 are among other cold numbers.

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