$117 million up for grabs in Lotto Max’s record-breaking draw


$117 million up for grabs in Lotto Max's record-breaking draw

TORONTO —
The biggest lottery draw in Canadian history will happen this week, with eye-watering $117 million up for grabs.

The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation’s (OLG) Lotto Max jackpot on Tuesday will be $70 million.

There will also be a whopping 47 Maxmillion prizes of $1 million.

The massive prize is up for grabs because there was no winning ticket sold in Friday’s $70 million draw. 

Four people in Ontario did win a Maxmillion prize, with the winning tickets being sold in Sault Ste. Marie, North York, Windsor, and Mississauga. 

Lotto Max draws happen twice per week and players must match all seven numbers to win the jackpot or Maxmillion prizes. 

Tickets start at $5 per play and the draw happens on Tuesday night.

According to the OLG, the odds of winning the $70 million payout with a single play is 1 in 33.2 million.  




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