With just seven days to go before Christmas, the lottery jackpot reached its peak, and now the prize could be an early gift for Canadian ticket holders. 릴게임사이트 On Tuesday, December 14, 2021, a C$65 million jackpot was not determined in the draw, meaning a much larger MaxMillion prize will be awarded in the next draw.
Lotto Max Canadian lottery winners have two chances to win the jackpot every week, because there is a nationwide lottery. The first draw is held every Tuesday, and the other is held on Friday. Tickets for popular games based on raffles are available at lottery retailers on land and online, depending on the location.
As already mentioned, this week will be a pretty big opportunity for Lotto fans as a total of 81 million Canadian dollars is up for grabs during the lottery on Friday, December 17. Now that the winner of the C$65 million main prize has not been determined in the last round, the jackpot will pile up to a whopping C$70 million.
There were also a total of eight Max million prizes in Tuesday’s draw, but only one of them won. A prize worth $1 million was won by a Quebec resident, according to Lotto-Québec, but more specific locations and more details such as the winner are still unknown. The following will now come with an impressive amount of the 11 winning Max million prizes.
It is the latest win in Quebec, where The Crown Company previously reported that six Capital National residents will split their Lotto Max jackpot into five pieces. The five tickets split their C$50 million jackpot in a lottery on Nov. 12. The winner is Légence Bern
This week, the OLG confirmed that another Canadian resident received an early Christmas gift from a lottery game. The lucky winner’s name is Tanya Walsh and she stole 100,000 Canadian dollars from the lottery on Dec. 1, the second most popular lottery game in the U.S. Her lucky number matched the last six of the seven encore numbers.
The St. Catherine’s winner reveals that she has been playing the game for over 20 years, and her two favorite things are Lotto 6/49 and Lotto Max. She also said that she always adds encore to the ticket, and it finally paid off. Her ticket was purchased at Shopper Drug Mart on Glendale Avenue, St. Catharines.
More recent lottery winners from Ontario, Roseanne Timbrell and Trevor Caldwell from North Bay, won many prizes in the lottery. The two friends received a total of C$710,202.80 from another game, Rotario, which was drawn on November 20. After claiming a check at the OLG Rewards Center, they revealed that they have been playing the lottery together for decades.