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20/6/2018 U.S. lottery Mega Millions jackpot is $ 192 Million

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U.S. lottery Mega Millions offers the top jackpot to entice lottery players this Saturday (EST). The Mega Millions prize has reached $ 192 Million. Numbers will be selected on 23rd June 2018 (EST).

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U.S. lottery Mega Millions jackpot is $ 192 Million

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About Mega Millions

The American Mega Millions lottery commands the attention of lotto fans from around the world with the enormity of its jackpots and prizes. Mega Millions holds the world record for both of the biggest lottery wins: $656 million won in March 2012 and the $648 million, following a record 21 rollovers, in December 2013. It has also distributed $390 million in 2007 and $380 million in 2011. Mega Millions’ wide range of secondary prize divisions increases the possibility of players taking home a win and contributes to its universal popularity.


Mega Millions History
Mega Millions was originally called the “Big Game,” becoming the “Big Game Mega Millions” in 1996 and offered in various states around America such as Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, and Virginia. The US lottery's additional number underwent a name change in the same year, leaving behind its original name, “Gold Ball, ” in favor of "Mega Ball."

In the US, players can purchase Mega Millions lottery tickets in Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, US Virgin Islands, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia and Wisconsin.

On Wednesday, 15th May 2013, Florida joined 42 other states, the District of Columbia and the US Virgin Isles that already offered the US lotto giant. The Florida Lottery adding the multi-state game for players to enjoy, promises higher prize pools with the popularity of lotteries among Florida residents. Florida lottery fans, already fond of America's other lotto behemoth Powerball, had been awaiting the arrival of the world-record holding Mega Millions for quite some time.

At the outset, the Mega Millions only offered players the ability to play 5 out of 56 numbers, with an additional Mega Ball selected from a guess range of 1-46. In 2003, Texas led the way in prize innovation when it began offering the option to play the Megaplier, an optional prize feature that can multiply secondary wins by up to four times (now available to multiply prizes by up to five times). By 2011, all the Mega Millions states offered the Megaplier option.
The lottery’s record jackpot of $656 million reached the massive sum thanks to additional funds flooding into the prize pool as ticket sales in the 44 participating states shot up dramatically. This US lottery rolled over when a $363 Mega Millions jackpot prize went unclaimed, and jumped to $476 million, $500 million, $540 million, $640 million, and finally $656 million within just four days! The Mega Millions jackpot was claimed by three lucky ticket holders on the 30th March 2012, after the lottery’s results were published and the millions of tickets that had been purchased were checked. The winning Mega Millions tickets were sold in Illinois, Kansas and Maryland.

Mega Millions Rules
As of 22nd October 2013, the Mega Millions lottery introduced a change in the number guess range, for both the regular and Mega Ball numbers, an increase in the opening jackpot from $12 million to $15 million, a minimum of $5 million jumps between draws, a 5x multiplier feature and a 2nd place prize worth $1 million! All these changes contribute to an improvement in the overall odds of winning a prize from 1:40 to 1:15.

To play this US lottery, participants select five regular balls from a guess range of 1-75, as well as an additional Mega Ball from a separate number matrix with a guess range of 1-15. Mega Millions offers a multiplier option called the 'Megaplier' which can multiply secondary prizes by 2-5 times for tickets depending on the Megaplier drawn alongside the main draw. Players looking to increase their wins in this way should select the Megaplier when buying their Mega Millions tickets. A 5x multiplier can take the $1,000,000 Mega Millions second prize to a $5 million windfall for any player who matches all five main numbers having selected the Megaplier option!


Winning the Mega Millions
Mega Millions has nine prize categories; in order to win the jackpot players must match the first five numbers as well as the Mega Ball. If the winner is a US resident, income taxes are applied to jackpots. If the winner is a non-resident, taxes carry a 30% flat fee. Mega Millions’ record jackpot of $656 million was claimed in 2012 by three lucky ticket winners
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U.S. lottery Mega Millions jackpot is $ 192 Million
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