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History Of Oz Powerball:

The great success of the national Australian game, Oz Lotto, led to the Australian Powerball launch in 1996 with the very first draw taking place on the 23rd May 1996. This lottery was originally modeled on the American Powerball lottery and followed a very similar format. In March 2013 the game format was updated to incorporate a total of 7 numbers. The game became easily recognizable by its catchy tagline: "One ball could change it all!"

The game uses 2 separate ball barrels and players must choose 2 separate sets of numbers – standard numbers and the Powerball. 

Oz Powerball

How to play Oz Powerball

How To Play Oz Powerball:

To play the Australian Powerball game lottery players need to select a total of 7 numbers.

- 6 from a possible 40 (the standard numbers)
- 1 from a possible 20 (the Powerball number)

To win the jackpot players need to match all 7 numbers drawn.

Oz Powerball Record Jackpots

The biggest jackpot prize won on the Australian Powerball is currently $80 million Australian Dollars. This giant jackpot prize was shared between two ticket holders, one from Victoria and the other from New South Wales. This record jackpot was won on 30 July 2009 and at the time was the biggest jackpot ever won in Australia. Shortly thereafter an Oz Lotto jackpot to the value of AUD$106 million was won and broke this record.

Changes implemented on the 1st March 2013 mean that the jackpot will increase in increments estimated at AUD$10 million once the jackpot has reached or passed the AUD$10 million mark.

Oz Powerball has a limit of 25 consecutive draws at which point if the jackpot is still not won, the funds will be awarded to the second prize tier.

Oz Powerball Record Jackpots

When To Play Oz Powerball:

This Australian lottery takes place once a week on Thursday. The lotto draw takes place in Melbourne and is shown live on TV Channel 7 at 20:30pm (AEST).

Oz Powerball Prize Structure

Australian Powerball offers 8 prize divisions. The minimum requirement to win a prize is to match 2 regular balls plus the Powerball. The top prize requires a player to match all 7 numbers (6 standard numbers plus the Powerball).

Division Winning Numbers
1st Division 6 winning numbers + Powerball
2nd Division 6 winning numbers
3rd Division 5 winning numbers + Powerball
4th Division 5 winning numbers
5th Division 4 winning numbers + Powerball
6th Division 3 winning numbers + Powerball
7th Division 4 winning numbers
8th Division 2 winning numbers + Powerball
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