Generational Wealth

We’re working hard to hit the lotto.  We need your support.  We want your support.  To help you say yes, we’ve limited the number of players to provide you with an opportunity to achieve Generational Wealth for you and your family.  Our “Fire and Forget” system permits you to play 780 games of Texas Powerball for $20.00.  Your winnings could be huge because we limit the number of registrants.    

“How Many Registrants is the Pool Limited To?”

There will never be more than 200 players in any pool we conduct.  Before we exceed 200, we start another pool.  That keeps supporters eligible to share and share alike with no more than 200 people per pool. 

The minimum jackpot For the Texas Powerball is $20 Million.  That’s a lot of money, but it wouldn’t be if you were splitting it with thousands of people.  When you Support Lotto Central by Registering, you will never be playing with more than 200 supporters in total.

So, $20 Million / 200 Players = a Gross Amount of $100,000 each, assuming we hold the only winning ticket.  Your share is reduced pro-rata by taxes and expenses as described in the published rules.  To review the rules, Click Here.  

It gets better.  $20 Million is the minimum.  The Texas Powerball is typically much more than that.  The largest Powerball on record was won on November 8, 2022.  The jackpot was $2.04 Billion.  There was one winner for that game.  If our Lotto Central Team held that one winning ticket, our individual gross winnings would have been over $10,000.000 (Ten Million Dollars).

$2.04 Billion / 200 = $10,200,000.

When you Support Lotto Central, you’re afforded 780 chances to win each and every year.  This is calculated by multiplying 3 drawings per week X 52 weeks per year X 5 tickets per drawing.  It’s an incredible opportunity.  If we hold the only winning ticket, the minimum you might win before expenses is $100,000.  The maximum you might win is Generational Wealth. 

Your Investment is Only $20.00/year.
Let’s Play for Generational Wealth

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