AUSTIN, Texas – The Lotto Texas jackpot continues to grow, giving Texas lottery players a chance for the game’s largest prize in more than a decade.
With no jackpot-winning ticket sold on Aug. 29, the game’s jackpot has grown to an estimated annuitized $36.75 million for the drawing on Sept. 2.
This is Lotto Texas’ biggest jackpot since May 29, 2010 when the game had a $97 million prize.
The Sept. 2 jackpot currently stands as the fight largest lottery prize up for grabs in the world, according to the Texas Lottery Commission.
So far this year, there has only been one Lotto Texas jackpot winner – a Laredo resident who claimed a $17.5 million prize on Jan. 15.
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