The jackpot is the world's second-largest lottery prize after rolling over for 36 consecutive drawings, since the last time someone won the top prize on July 19.
There has been no winner for 35 consecutive drawings, since the last time someone won the top prize on July 19. That streak trails the record of 41 draws set in 2021 and 2022.
The jackpot for the next drawing Monday night remains the world's ninth-largest lottery prize of all time.
A winning ticket has been sold in Los Angeles for the Powerball jackpot worth an estimated $1.08 billion, the sixth largest in U.S. history and the 3rd largest in the history of the game.
The jackpot for Wednesday's drawing would be the third highest in U.S. history and will grow until someone wins. The game's odds of 1-in-292.2 million are designed to build big prizes.
The new jackpot for the next drawing is the third-largest in the history of the game, coming behind the world record $2.04 billion jackpot won last year and the $1.586 billion jackpot won in 2016.
Someone in Washington state overcame steep odds Monday night to win an estimated $747 million Powerball jackpot. Lottery officials said that a single ticket matched all six numbers.
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The game's jackpot has increased to an estimated $1.6 billion — one of the largest in U.S. lottery history.
With no Powerball winner announced on Wednesday, the prize has grown even larger to $1.5 billion ahead of the next drawing on Saturday night.
There were no big treats from the Halloween night Powerball drawing, meaning the next drawing Wednesday night will be for a massive $1.2 billion jackpot.
On Saturday no one matched all six numbers and won the estimated $825 million grand prize. That means the next drawing Monday night will be for a massive $1 billion.
It's the second-largest Powerball jackpot and if no one wins tonight, Powerball officials say the grand prize is expected to grow to $1 billion for the drawing on Halloween night.
No one won an estimated $700 million Powerball jackpot Wednesday night, meaning the big prize will grow to an estimated $800 million for the next drawing, the fifth-largest in U.S. history.