In the past two years, the Powerball lottery has generated more than $2 billion in cash prizes, with the winner collecting more than 3.8 million points.
Now the lottery could be on the verge of a massive payout, according to a new report from Forbes.
The winner of the PowerBall Powerball jackpot in 2019 will collect an estimated $15.5 billion.
That will be more than triple what the $8.7 billion winner will collect in 2020, according the report.
While this year’s Powerball is projected to win the jackpot more than twice as much, the winner of 2019’s jackpot will be the fourth-highest-earning lottery winner ever, according an analysis of the winning numbers by Forbes.
While the Powerballs winning numbers were estimated to be worth between $3.5 and $4 billion, the prize payout for the 2020 Powerball will be around $15 billion.
In 2018, the jackpots generated by the PowerPolls were estimated at $5.3 billion.
According to Forbes, the winning PowerPoll number in 2019 was estimated to have a $3 billion payout.
The PowerPolla jackpot was estimated at just under $6 billion.
The biggest winner of all is expected to be the $2.8 billion winner of 2022’s PowerPasses, according Forbes.
The PowerPols winning number is expected in 2020 to be valued at $6.5 trillion.
While Powerball winning numbers are always estimated to come in at $7 billion, this year could be the largest jackpot since the Power Polls first began operating in the 1930s.
The jackpot is being offered in two different types of Powerball: PowerPools 1 and 2.
The first PowerPool was designed to be a draw.
The second PowerPoon was designed as a buyback.
In 2020, PowerPops 2 and 3 will be offered in a buy-back.
Powerball jackpots have increased every year for the past 20 years.
The lottery will open on Dec. 1 and close on Dec 19.
Forbes estimates the payout at between $7 and $8 billion.