Someone east of Ottawa is $ 60 million richer after Tuesday’s Lotto Max jackpot.
The winning ticket was sold somewhere in the united counties of Prescott and Russell, the OLG says. If you bought a ticket for the draw on Tuesday, OLG recommends that you check your ticket.
The united counties of Prescott and Russell extend from Ottawa’s eastern border to the Ontario-Quebec border. They include eight municipalities: Alfred and Plantagenet, Casselman, Champlain, Clarence-Rockland, Hawkesbury, East Hawkesbury, The Nation, and Russell.
Along with the jackpot, a second prize ticket worth just over $ 200,000 was sold in Mississauga. Three tickets worth $ 100,000 each were sold in Mississauga, Barrie and York.
Players can check their tickets on the OLG website, using the OLG app or by calling the OLG at 1-866-891-8946. Winners have one year to claim their prize.
The $ 60 million jackpot is Prescott and Russell’s biggest lottery win since 2011, when Hawkesbury, Ont. the couple JoAnn and Gaetan Champagne won $ 50 million.
The next Lotto Max jackpot is estimated at $ 18 million.