Australia’s newest multi-millionaire could be moments away from realising their fate with the $100 million Powerball winning numbers being revealed.
The Thursday night draw resulted in 2 as the Powerball, and the winning numbers were: 27, 28, 10, 20, 11, 30, 31.
The draw has not seen a Division One winner claim the major prize in seven weeks, jackpotting the major sum to a new height every week.
If someone claims the $100 million, they will win the second highest Division One prize ever offered in an Australian lotto draw.
The eight Division One Powerball winners so far this year have won an accumulative sum of more than $316 million.
Three of those winners were in NSW, another three in Victoria and a further two in South Australia.
Despite being the third and fourth largest states by population, Queensland and WA are yet to have a winner this year.
The ACT, Northern Territory and Tasmania are also without a winner this year.
While there has been no Division One winner over the last seven weeks, there has been 38 Division Two winners who missed out on the all important Powerball number.
Winners playing online and on the app will be contacted and those with paper tickets can scan them with the app or take them to their nearest outlet to see if they have won.
The was no Division One winner, skyrocketing next week’s Powerball to a record $150 million.
A total of 2,760,732 prizes worth more than $50.23 million were won in divisions two to nine.
Among these winners, there were eight division two winners, who each claimed a prize of $173,767.85.
They were just one number shy of taking home the multi-million dollar prize.
In August last year the game offered $100 million for the first time in history.
Then in January this year a Sydney woman took home the entire Division One prize pool of the mind-blowing $107 million Powerball jackpot.
A new record was set again with $110 million in July, which was shared by three division one winning entries who took home $36.6 million each.
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