Millions of Australians are hoping for a life-changing win when Powerball's record $110 million jackpot is drawn tonight.
The "biggest prize ever" in an Australian lottery game jackpotted for the eighth consecutive week after no players held a division one winning entry in last week's draw, the Lott said on Thursday.
"If one single entry takes home the entire $110 million jackpot tonight, it will be the biggest Australian lottery prize ever won by a single entry," the Lott spokeswoman Bronwyn Spencer said.
"The current record is held by a Sydney health worker who scored just over $107 million in January this year."
Ms Spencer said it was expected up to a third of Australian adults will have an entry into tonight's draw.
Australian Associated Press