The latest USA Powerball results are updated here after the latest Monday, Wednesday and Saturday night draws have taken place. Check your numbers for the main draw and Powerball Plus today:
Historical results for the last 10 USA Powerball draws are shown below, with the most recent first. The five main numbers are displayed in ascending order, followed by the Powerball number.
If you have bet on the draw from South Africa, you should have already received a winning notification if you have won a prize.
The latest Hot Numbers for the USA Powerball lottery are updated here after each draw has taken place. The numbers are those that are drawn the most often, based on records of all previous draws.
There is no guarantee that the numbers will change between any two draws, as they are only likely to change when a number has been drawn fewer or more times than another.
Calculated in a similar way, the Cold Numbers for USA Powerball are those that have been drawn the least often and that are therefore seen as the most overdue to be drawn in the next (or an upcoming) draw.
As lotteries are a game of chance, there is no way for any number to truly be 'overdue', as previous draws have no effect on the outcome of any future draw.
LottoDraw.com analyses which winning numbers have won jackpots and other big prizes in previous USA Powerball draws to provide the following prediction for the next draw:
These numbers will be updated three times each week, after the Monday, Wednesday and Saturday draws have taken place. Please note that the predicted numbers are not guaranteed to win any prize, as, like the Hot & Cold Numbers, they are simply statistical analysis. There is no way of knowing for sure which numbers will be drawn in any lottery game.
The USA Powerball can be played in 45 U.S. states, plus Washington DC, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. It’s also possible to bet on the game from countries such as South Africa and elsewhere. Regardless of whether you play or bet on the USA Powerball, the way that you can win a prize stays the same.
To hit the jackpot, you need to match all five main balls plus the red Powerball. The odds of doing so are around 1 in 292,201,338; meaning you have slightly more chance of winning it than the Mega Millions jackpot at 1 in 302,575,350.
There are nine prize divisions in total when you play USA Powerball, each with different odds of winning.
The table below shows the prizes you can win by playing or betting on the USA Powerball from South Africa, with the best odds first.
|Odds of Winning
|Prize Amount (USD)
|Prize Amount (ZAR)*
|0 main numbers + Powerball
|1 in 38
|1 main number + Powerball
|1 in 91
|3 main numbers
|1 in 580
|2 main numbers + Powerball
|1 in 701
|3 main numbers + Powerball
|1 in 14,494
|4 main numbers
|1 in 36,525
|4 main numbers + Powerball
|1 in 913,129
|5 main numbers
|1 in 11,688,053
|5 main numbers + Powerball
|1 in 292,201,338
|*Estimated rand value based on exchange rates, so this may vary between draws.
USA Powerball is offered in 48 jurisdictions across the United States, including Washington DC, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. With three weekly draws and millions of potential players in each draw, jackpots have been known to roll over enough to smash through the $1 billion barrier – a feat only achieved a handful of times.
Thanks to the availability of online betting, players around the world can bet on the USA Powerball online at any time.
Here's a quick summary of the game:
Introduced to the game at the same time as a third weekly draw (Monday) in August 2021, Double Play offers Powerball players in 13 U.S. states the chance to enter their numbers into a second chance drawing.
For an extra $1 per line of numbers, players in the participating states can enter their numbers into a second chance draw that takes place just after the main game on draw nights.
Double Play (also known as Powerball Plus) has a top prize of $10 million and offers some lower division prizes for those that get a partial match.
Both the USA and South Africa have their own Powerball lotteries. Each one has vastly different odds of winning, game matrixes and entry prices.
|5/69 + 1/25
|5/50 + 1/20
|1 in 24.9
|Overall odds of winning
|1 in 18
|1 in 292,201,338
|Jackpot odds of winning
|1 in 42,375,200
|PowerPlay (multiplier) &
Double Play (2nd chance draw)
|Additional game options
|Powerball Plus (2nd chance draw)
|RNG (Random Number Generator)
|Biggest Jackpot Won