We’re often asked how many Native Texan Registrants are playing? When considering whether you’ll become one of them, the more important question is,
“How many Registrants is the Pool Limited to?”
That number is 1,000. There will never be more than 1,000 players in any pool we conduct. Before we exceed that amount, we start another pool. That keeps supporters eligible to share and share alike with no more than 1,000 people per pool.
The minimum jackpot For the Texas Powerball is $20 Million. That’s where the jackpot is reset after a win. That’s a lot of money, but it wouldn’t be if you were splitting it with hundreds of thousands of people. When you support Native Texan by Registering, you will never be playing with more than 1,000 supporters in total.
So, $20 Million / 1,000 Players = a Gross Amount of $20,000.00 each. 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 January 16, 2016. The jackpot was $1.6 Billion. Our individual gross winnings would have been over a million dollars each if we’d won that game.
$1.6 Billion / 1000 = $1,600,000.
When you support Native Texan, you’re afforded 780 chances each and every year to cash in. Here’s how it’s calculated. There are three drawings weekly. There are 52 weeks in a year. We play the same five numbers in every game. 3 x 5 x 52 = 780. All the while you’re supporting people just as serious as you are about telling The Story of Texas.
Your investment in our telling of The Story of Texas provides you access to these potential winnings. Your investment is only $20/year.
You have an excellent chance of “Doing VERY Well While Doing MAXIMUM Good.”