New Zealand Powerball is a New Zealand version of the US Powerball game. New Zealand Powerball draws take place on Wednesday and Saturday evenings. It should be noted that any winnings in this lottery are not subject to state tax.
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The history of the New Zealand Lottery New Zealand Powerball began in 1987. The rule for this game is mostly copied from the American lottery analogue U.S. Powerball, which is considered one of the best lotteries in the world with the biggest jackpots. In the game NZ Powerball, the player is offered to choose 6 any numbers in the range from 1 to 40, and also choose one additional number from 1 to 10.
Since 2012, the administrators of the NZ Powerball lottery have been engaged in charity and have already donated $ 2.8 billion of New Zealand dollars to a variety of funds.
The biggest jackpot in the New Zealand Powerball lottery was won in November 2016, when a young couple from Auckland won $ 44 million New Zealand dollars. That rally was in the category "must be won", as it reached the maximum possible jackpot.