Powerball Jackpot Rolls Over to $104 Million
The Powerball jackpot has rolled over to beat nine figures after no one hit the top prize in Wednesday’s drawing, reaching $104 million for the next drawing on Saturday May 23. The big prize comes despite the decision to reduce the starting jackpot last month due to the impact of coronavirus.
Powerball Starting Jackpots and Minimum Rollovers to be Eliminated
Further to recent changes to the game, the Powerball Product Group has now announced that there will no longer be a guaranteed minimum jackpot or rollover amount. The updated prize rules will take effect from April 8.
<a href="https://powerball.us.org/">Powerball</a> is a lottery game that is popular in the U.S. And the draw, for this lottery, takes place at Tallahassee, Florida. There are six Powerball numbers in this lottery, Five balls are white, and one ball is red. This lotto is being played actively in all states of the U.S. except Nevada, Alabama, Mississippi, Utah, Alaska, Hawaii. It started in 1992 to raise funds for good causes. It is giving a fair chance to anyone can become a millionaire. In its early days, the Ticket price was $1 for each play, and powerplay was additional $1 if you want to choose. Later the ticket price has been raised to $2, and power play remains the same. It has numbers from 1 to 69, and you have to choose five numbers to play a game. PowerBall has numbers from 1 to 26, and you have to choose one number.
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