One of America's most famous games is making waves on this side of the Atlantic with the news that a whopping £369 million* Super Jackpot is still up for the taking.

One lucky punter here in the UK could be getting their hands on the top prize in tonight's exclusive Powerball Super Jackpot,which still hasn't found a jackpot winner since it first launched last year,despite the huge demand.

Popular lottery-betting** websiteLottoGo.combrought the Super Jackpot opportunity to the UK,as previously Brits could only get involved in the Powerball if they bought a ticket in the States.

Now,big jackpot fans can join in and place a bet on the outcome of the world-famous game online with a special Super Jackpot on offer that's BIGGER than the regular jackpot available in the US.

You could be joining the winners circle as only last year,it was reported that a jammy punter from Bolton scooped a huge £800,000 by placing a bet on the game through the website,with smaller prizes won weekly by their 1,000,000 members.

Anything is possible with a jackpot this size - invest in your own private island,travel the world in style or make a difference to the lives of your nearest and dearest.The dream starts right here!!

Could you be the next big winner?Here's your chance!!

We've teamed up withLottoGo.comgiving you the chance to win this mammoth £369 MILLION Super Jackpot.

They're offering new players a chance to double their luck witha FREE Powerball betwhen they buy their first one for £2.50.

Buy one bet,get one FREE on the Powerball Super Jackpot by clicking here

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** Lottery betting is making a bet on the result of the official lottery draw — specifically,which lottery balls (numbers) will be does not operate a lottery.Members place bets on the outcome of national lotteries.Official lottery tickets and insurance are purchased based on the bets placed so that all winnings are equal to the cash option of national lottery winnings.