Lottery enthusiasts across Ontario should carefully check their pockets, bags, and drawers at home, as they might be in possession of a special ticket that could solve all their problems. Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation made it clear that the most recent Lotto 6/49 regular draw was a fortunate one for a ticket sold somewhere in the province.
This is one of the most popular gaming offerings available for people who love to explore the lottery gaming products available in Ontario, The lottery corporation works tirelessly to provide people with the most diverse portfolio of both instant and draw-based lottery products. Those were some of the only available gaming offerings during the lockdown. Now someone is a grand winner.
Lotto 6/49 Jackpot
As it was recently confirmed by the Crown corporation overseeing gaming in the province, a ticket sold in Lambton County is now eligible for a Main prize. The jackpot itself amounts to some CA$16,058,552.50 and whoever is in possession of the special ticket has the opportunity to receive it.
They have a total of 52 weeks to contact the Crown corporation and claim their prize before the deadline arrives. For the time being, the only information issued publicly is that the ticket had been sold in Lambton County ahead of June 24. This is when the winning draw took place. The numbers drawn during it were 6, 16, 23, 39, 47, 48, as well as the bonus one 33. The winner of the Main prize had to match the first six numbers in order to become eligible for the grand prize.
Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation has not highlighted the particular town or city where the Lotto 6/49 ticket was sold. It recommends that all individuals check their tickets and make sure they are not the winner without realizing it. There is a special procedure for the people who believe they are in possession of the winning ticket.
Gaming Excitement Grows
They should contact the Crown corporation and notify it that they are the latest lottery millionaire in Canada. Then they should make their way to the nearest OLG retail location and have their ticket validated. Signing it is also mandatory, as this would protect the prize from being claimed by someone else.
People from all corners of Ontario are currently unable to collect their substantial jackpots coming following a successful lottery draw. They are unable to lay their hands on the cash piles, as they amount to more than CA$50,000. The Crown corporation had its OLG Prize Center in Toronto closed back in March. Lotto winners eligible for larger cash prizes are currently unable to receive them.
The safety protocol was mandatory, as winners often travel from all corners of the province and this could threaten their health. The total winnings that are yet to be collected amount to CA$156.5 million and lottery jackpot winners all across the province have contributed to its amassing. About 130 individuals look forward to the moment they will be able to receive their jackpot and spend it however they like.