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US Powerball jackpot worth $2.1 billion now open to Australians

By 12.01.2016 No Comments

Due to legislation coming into effect in 2019, we can no longer offer lottery betting and as such some content may no longer be relevant.

After an expensive Christmas season it would be nice to come across a little extra cash in January, right?

Try $US1.5 billion ($2.1 billion), the total kitty from the upcoming US Powerball jackpot and the world’s largest ever prize, which takes place on Thursday at 3pm AEDT.

For the first time ever, Australians can take a punt on the giant jackpot at a cost of $US14.

Lottoland was awarded a five-year licence by the the Northern Territory Racing Commission to give online gambling the green light in international lotteries.

“It’s quite incredible now to think Australian citizens through Lottoland can join in on the race to win a mega international lottery without having to leave the comfort of their own lounge room or office,” Luke Brill, Lottoland spokesman said.

Read full article: Sydney Morning Herald, 12 Jan 2016

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