Two tickets claim record $200 million Powerball jackpot

wo winning tickets have shared the record $200 million Powerball jackpot.
At least one entry was bought in NSW or the ACT while the location of where the second ticket was bought has not yet been revealed.

Typically officials from The Lott provide an update on whether the winners have been able to be tracked down, however by midnight that was not the case.

Sometimes officials say it is a drawn out process finding winners if their entries were not linked to any contactable information.
The winning numbers for draw 1446 on February 1 were 12, 33, 23, 35, 1, 26, and 32, and the Powerball was 10.
There were 22 winners of the division two prize, which each claimed just over $177,000 each.
Hundreds of tickets were expected to be bought every minute in the biggest jackpot in Australian history.
The last highest jackpot in Australian lottery history was $160 million in 2022, which was shared between three people.
The chances of winning division one Powerball are more than 134 million to one.
You are far more likely to be struck by lightning multiple times than win Powerball.

There were 20 Powerball division-one winning entries worth more than $552.15 million across Australia last year.
You can get immediate assistance by calling the National Gambling Helpline on 1800 858 858 for free, professional and confidential support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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