The historic $1.9 billion Powerball draw has been postponed due to technical issues.
“Tonight’s Powerball draw has been postponed because participating lotteries require additional time to complete the required safety protocols. Powerball has strict safety requirements that all 48 lotteries must meet in order to be drawn,” California Lottery wrote on Twitter.
“When the required security protocols are completed, the draw will be conducted under the supervision of lottery security officers and independent auditors. Winning numbers will be announced as soon as they become available,” California Lottery Added.
The $1.9 billion jackpot is the largest in history.
The Powerball jackpot can be paid in full in 30 payments over 29 years or as a cash advance. The cash prize for tonight’s winner is $929.1 million. If there are no winning numbers, the jackpot will increase on the next draw.
The Powerball jackpot was last won in August. 3. When Pennsylvania was awarded $206.9 million in one ticket.
Although there were no big winners on Saturday, 16 tickets won the million-dollar prize after matching all five white balls. In addition, a lucky winner from Kentucky won $2 million after matching all the white balls and adding the Power Play option to their lottery.
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