OLG Reports Two New Kingston Millionaires

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The OLG has announced two new local winners in recent MAXMILLIONS and 6/49 lottery draws.

Congratulations go out to Wayne Barnett of Kingston, who won a $1 million MAXMILLIONS prize in the September 28, 2018 LOTTO MAX draw.

Wayne purchased his winning ticket at Circle K on Princess Street in Kingston.

Since launching in September 2009, Ontario LOTTO MAX players have won over $4.5 billion, including 60 jackpot wins and 511 MAXMILLIONS prizes, right across the province.

Congratulations also to Tye Morley of Kingston, who won $3,500,000 in the October 20, 2018 LOTTO 6/49 draw.

“I play LOTTO 6/49 twice a week, but this is my first big win,” Tye said at the OLG Prize Centre in Toronto, while picking up his winnings.

Morley is a 47-year old Canadian Red Cross worker who found out he’d won while checking his ticket with the OLG Lottery App. “It feels awesome, and comes with a lot of emotion,” he said.


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The OLG says the father of three said that he isn’t in a rush to spend his winnings but does have a few things planned like helping his loved ones, a family trip and a new truck.

His winning ticket was purchased at Circle K on Milford Drive in Kingston.

Since its launch in June 1982, Ontario LOTTO 6/49 players have won over $12.3 billion in prizes, including 1,362 jackpot wins and 253 Guaranteed $1 Million Prize draws.


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OLG is also helping to build a more sustainable horse racing industry in Ontario. Since 1975, OLG has provided nearly $47 billion to the people and Province of Ontario to support key government priorities like health care; the treatment, prevention and research of problem gambling; and support for amateur athletes.

Each year, proceeds from OLG’s operations also support host communities, Ontario First Nations, lottery retailers and local charities across the province.

100 per cent of OLG’s proceeds are invested in Ontario
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