Big Game is your (slim) chance to win millions of dollars! It is one of the many Big Game LLC Lottery games. If you have questions about any of them, see the Big Game LLC Lottery WebSite. The Big Game is a Big Game LLC Lottery game with BIG Jackpots. Seven states participate in The Big Game. They are Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey and Virginia. By teaming up together, the member lotteries are able to offer players jackpots that start at $5 million. The jackpots grow until someone wins. Jackpots can grow as high as $200 million or more. In fact, The Big Game holds the record for the largest lottery jackpot ever in the United States, $366 million! On average, 35% of all Big Game Lottery ticket sales are dedicated to the beneficiary (Government programs) of each Big Game state. Approximately 50% of every dollar wagered goes back to the players in the form of prizes, and approximately 5% goes to retailers who sell tickets. The remainder is used for administrative costs. Please note that each Big Game state is different, and may have different rules as to the exact disposition of lottery revenue. Unlike some multi-state or multi-country lotteries that have central offices, many Big Game duties are shared by each member state as part of its membership in the game. While most accounting is handled by each member state individually, key duties such as projecting jackpots, budgeting and expenditures, settlements of draw and wagering data, financial settlements (prize expense shares and banking/cash settlements), the monitoring of draw data and statistics, public relations, draw show production and broadcasting, technical duties (i.e. software development) and legal duties are all shared. Tickets cost $2.00 per play online. Players pick six numbers from two separate pools of numbers, five different numbers from 1 to 50, and one number, the Big Money Ball, from 1 to 36. Win the jackpot by matching all six winning numbers. There are eight other prizes you can win (see Winning Combinations at the Big Game LLC site for a description of each prize category). Big Game jackpots are paid over 26 years or if you pick "cash option", you can receive a lump sum payment. For every million dollars won, a winner will receive approximately $38,462 per year before taxes. The Lottery Directors of the original member states of Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan and Virginia created the Big Game in 1996. Sales for the game began in the previously mentioned states on August 31, 1996. The first drawing took place on September 6, 1996. After successful growth of the game in 1997, a Tuesday drawing was added in February of 1998 and players were given a larger numbers matrix to choose from and a lump sum or "cash option" payout in January of 1999. The latest change occurred in May of 1999 when New Jersey was added as the seventh Big Game State. The Big Game drawings are held Tuesday and Friday nights at 11:00 PM EST by the Georgia Lottery in Atlanta. Tickets can be purchased online until 2:00 PM EST the day of the drawing. The live drawing results can be seen each Tuesday and Friday at Big Game LLC Lottery WebSite, BigGameLottery.com. For more information about The Big Game lottery, we suggest you see the definitive Big Game Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) at the website. Please visit our FAQ for further information.
Here Are The Lucky Numbers!
The LAST Number Is The Big Money Ball Number
Selected Multiple Numbers Window
Scroll To See All Selected Numbers
You can click the Copy All To The Clipboard button and all numbers you have placed in the box will be highlighted and copied to the system clipboard for introduction to any other Windows program. You can also manually highlight the results in the Selected Multiple Numbers Window and copy them to the Windows Clipboard or to any text for use by any word processon click the Copy All To The Clipboard button and all numbers you have placed in the box will be highlighted and copied to the system clipboard for introduction to any other Windows program. You can also manually highlight the results in the Selected Multiple Numbers Window and copy them to the Windows Clipboard or to any text for use by any word processor (or any other Windows program) for printing. If the background is highlighted AFTER clicking the above button, it is copied as well.