The Illinois State lottery’s first big jackpot went out on Monday.
The Illinois Lottery and Gaming Commission says it will collect the cash, and if it doesn’t collect the money it will have to pay the winner’s creditors $1.5 million.
The Lottery’s new jackpot will go to a winner of a $1 million prize and $1,000,000 prize.
The commission says the winner of the $1 Million Lottery will receive $100,000 and the winner who wins the $500,000 Lottery or $200,000 in other cash will receive the remaining $50,000.
The winner who loses the $50 million jackpot, $50 Million or more will get the remaining cash.
The winner will then have to decide whether to pay off creditors and pay off the winning team.
The winning team has until Friday to decide.
If the winner does not pay off his or her creditors, the winning lottery team will pay the remaining money to the winning player.
If the winning ticket seller pays the remaining debts to the ticket seller, the winner will get that cash and will have until Friday, Oct. 24, to decide on whether to repay the winning tickets or pay off all debts.
The Illinois Lotteries commission says it was created in 2000 to provide competitive games for Illinois residents and business people, and it has raised more than $2.6 million.
It’s run by the Illinois Lotters Association.