LONDON, May 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
The hunt continues: As the last jackpot of US American lottery "Power Ball" was not won last Wednesday, the new record now stands at 550 million. The sum can be doubled to an astonishing 1.1 billion US dollars for players around the world using the exclusive feature "Double Jackpot" at certified website Lottoland.com.
At Lottoland.com (http://www.Lottoland.com), a government licensed online lottery provider, users can play Europe's and America's largest jackpots. With the unique feature "Double Jackpot" players can win 1,100 million US dollars at Sunday morning's draw at 2:00 am (UTC). More information about the 10th largest jackpots worldwide is available at http://www.lottoland.com/en/jackpots.
To play PowerBall, users select five numbers between 1 and 59 and one Powerball between 1 and 35. One entry costs 4 Euros, the upgrade feature "Double Jackpot" is available for 3,50 Euros. Further details regarding the game can be found at http://www.lottoland.com/en/powerball. All winnings are covered through the European insurer Emirat and international reinsurance companies. Coverage is also confirmed by certified public auditors.
For comparison: The most expensive house worldwide, "Villa Leopold" in Southern France, is worth about 500 million, the largest passenger airplane available, the Airbus A380, can be acquired for 400 million and the new yacht "Venus" of Steve Jobs costs 135 millions dollars. All this can be bought and would still leave the winner 65 million to play with. Marcus Christ, Lottoland's spokesman, recommends a more conservative approach: "The winner will be one of the richest people and one of 800 billionaires worldwide. I suggest letting the money work for yourself: With 5% in interest, the money will return 55 million dollars per year, 4.6 million per month, 6,300 per hour or 105 dollars for each and every minute that passes."
Lottoland.com offers players from all over the world a legal way of placing bets on the largest lotteries in Europe and America, such as Euro Millions, Euro Jackpot, Mega Millions and Powerball. Lottoland is fully licenced, government regulated and takes serious youth and player protection measures.