History of South Africa PowerBall
South Africa Powerball lottery exists from 23 October 2009. South Africa Powerball managing by ithuba which operator of South Africa National Lottery. Until now was Millions of revenue to the state from the Lottery. It is estimated that 82% percent of the adult population in South Africa playing Powerball.
When playing and where ?
South Africa Powerball is held twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays at 21:30 CAT
The Powerball game can be found in US states Australia and New Zealand. Two different machines are used in this game, one draws the five main numbers then another draws the Powerball number.
How to play the South Africa Powerball Lottery ?
To take the jackpot of South Africa Powerball every player has to guess 5 numbers 1 of 45. Then one strong number – the Powerball – from a second range of 1 – 20.
Each player can choose the numbers the way he believes. To choose lucky numbers, fixed numbers or alternatively can choose quick pick!
Tickets are available to buy and the time 06:00 to 23:00 CAT on non-draw days, and– 18:00 06:00 CAT on Sunday. In the evening draws on Tuesday and Friday, ticket sales close at 21:00 CAT, which is about half an hour before the draw takes place.
To win the jackpot a player must guess all 5 numbers + the Powerball number.
There are eight different ways to hit the jackpot in the sense that the South Africa Powerball many prizes to be won every week. All South Africa Powerball winnings are paid disposable sums of cash and tax laws don’t currently placed on lottery winnings in this game.
The South Africa PowerBall is located in the follow country :
South Africa Powerball Prizes
The starting jackpot of South Africa Powerball is: R3 million.If no one takes the jackpot It continues to rollover and reach large amounts higher. There is no limit to the amount of the jackpot.
The largest jackpot in the history of South Africa Powerball game won on Friday June 3, 2011. One lucky ticket holder matched all five numbers along with the Powerball to win a record R 102, 016,595.
If the lower layers do not see any prize winner will be rolled up so winning the next prize tier. For example, if there are no winners in a draw five game one and then the distribution layer is assigned prize winnings that roll down to the game and Tier 4 Powerball prize. This means there is the possibility of winning bigger prizes for matching fewer numbers! Overall, it has a 1 in 50 chance to win the South Africa Powerball.