A goliath Mega Millions lottery big stake expanded to $1.02 billion after nobody matched each of the six numbers Tuesday night and won the top award.
The newly assessed bonanza will be the country’s fourth-biggest lottery prize.
The bonanza has become so enormous on the grounds that nobody has matched the game’s six chosen numbers since April 15. That is 29 back-to-back drawings without a major champ.
Tuesday’s numbers were: 07-29-60-63-66, Mega Ball: 15.
The $1.02 billion award is for champs who pick the annuity choice, paid every year north of 30 years. Most champs pick the money choice, which for the following drawing Friday night is an expected $602.5 million.
The chances of winning the bonanza are 1 in 302.5 million.
Super Millions is played in 45 states as well as Washington, D.C., and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The game is composed of state lotteries.