No winner in Hagersville Lions Club ‘Catch the Ace’ game after jackpot grows to $1.49M – Hamilton

There is still no grand prize winner following the draw for Week 44 of Catch the Ace in Hagersville, Ontario. Lions club.

The top non-profit fundraiser prize ballooned to just over $1.49 million, setting a new gaming record for going another week without seeing Ace of Spades.

Just under 111,000 tickets were sold before Thursday night’s draw, worth approximately $738,000, also a new record.

Weekly winners earned just under $148,000.

The latest version of the fundraiser under the OLG license started with a deck of cards placed in an envelope, rolled on a drum and numbered 1 to 252.

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Each week, progressive raffle participants purchase tickets in a drawing that promises at least one automatic winner, collecting 20% ​​of all sales.

The winner will be challenged to pick a numbered envelope worth a progressive jackpot stacked weekly at 30% of ticket sales.

If the envelope contains an ace of spades, you win the jackpot.

The Hagersville Lions Club and the Hagersville Rocks Committee of the Hagersville Chamber of Commerce will receive 50% of the fundraising funds.

The Lions Club donates cash to several local food banks, and Rocks donates half to West Haldimand Hospital and Health Care Foundation.

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