$1.9 billion jackpot draw delayed due to technical issues

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 $1.9 billion jackpot draw delayed due to technical issues

Monday Night's Powerball draw, originally scheduled for 10:59 pm ET, has been postponed due to “technical issues”.
After troubleshooting the winning numbers will be posted on powerball.com and a video of the draw will be available on the Powerball YouTube channel. The draw date has not yet been announced.

The California Powerball tweeted: “When the necessary security protocols are in place, the draw will be conducted under the supervision of lottery security personnel and independent auditors.”
< br /> The Powerball jackpot rose to $1.9 billion over the weekend, setting another record after no one won the top prize in the last draw on Saturday. Powerball draws are broadcast live every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday night from the lottery drawing studio in Tallahassee, Florida.

Over the past three months, anticipation for the lottery's alleged prize pool has grown steadily as dozens of Powerball rounds have passed, but no one took home the jackpot in full. The last grand prize went to the winning ticket sold in Pennsylvania in early August, and the prize pool has steadily increased since then.

$929.1 million. Winners can receive their winnings either as a lump sum payment in full, after taxes, or as an annuity, which is paid out in 30 installments over 29 years.

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