Powerball winning results for 11/14/2020: 07-15-18-32-45, Powerball: 20, Power Play: 2
MEGA Millions winning results for 11/17/2020: 08-13-35-46-68, Mega Ball: 16, Megaplier: 3
Lotto America winning results for 11/14/2020: 06-08-14-17-27, Star Ball: 02
All Star Bonus winning results for 11/14/2020: 02
Cash4Life winning results for 11/17/2020: 15-31-43-45-54, Cash Ball: 03
Tennessee Cash winning results for 11/16/2020: 03-06-10-17-30, Bonus: 04
Cash 4 Morning winning results for 11/18/2020: 0-7-0-2
Cash 4 Midday winning results for 11/17/2020: 9-4-1-6
Cash 4 Evening winning results for 11/17/2020: 8-3-9-9
Cash 3 Morning winning results for 11/18/2020: 0-0-6
Cash 3 Midday winning results for 11/17/2020: 6-9-9
Cash 3 Evening winning results for 11/17/2020: 2-0-2
-day ticket sales, which began three weeks earlier than expected, totaled $10.8 million.
Total sales since inception are nearly $17.5 billion .
The Lottery offers a huge variety of games, including up to 45 instant -ticket games and eight drawing- style games. New instant -ticket games are introduced each month.
Lottery tickets are available at more than 5,000 retailer locations in Tennessee. These retailers have earned more than $ 1.1 billion in commissions since ticket sales began.
Players have additional chances to win at the VIP Players Suite. This popular player -affinity program allows players to enter eligible tickets into drawings into the Play It Again! and VIP Rewards Drawings for opportunities to win cash and prizes.
The Lottery reminds players to have fun, but to play responsibly.
Nov. 5, 2002: Tennessee voters approved a statewide referendum to permit a lottery.
April/May 2003: The Senate and House passed legislation authorizing the Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation to operate games and generate funds for specific education programs in the state.
July 1, 2003: Governor Phi l Bredesen appointed a 7- member Board of Directors to govern the Corporation.
Sept. 22, 2003: The Board hired Rebecca Paul (now Rebecca Hargrove) as the first President and CEO.
Jan. 20, 2004: The Tennessee Lottery began selling tickets.
WHERE THE MONEY GOES
The TEL has raised more than $4 billion for education programs since inception.
Official Lottery-funded programs include a variety of scholarships and awards, after-school programs, and Tennessee Promise, which funds tuition at community colleges and other two-year institutions.
Since the fall of 2004, more than 1 million grants and scholarships to in-state institutions have been awarded to Tennessee students.
Out of every dollar spent on tickets, the largest portion is used to pay prizes. Other portions are used to pay retailer commissions, fund the education programs described above and for Lottery operations
State law authorizing the Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation calls for a seven-member Board of Directors to oversee the Lottery's creation and ongoing operation. The Board, comprised of business people from across the state, meets regularly to set policy and maintain appropriate oversight.
If you have any concerns, questions or comments regarding TEL management's compliance with any policy or law, you can reach the Lottery Board of Directors directly via email at BOD@tnlottery.com. Inquiries can be submitted anonymously and confidentially. All inquiries are received and reviewed by TEL's independent Internal Audit Department and will be responded to as quickly as possible. All accounting, audit or internal control concerns will be addressed by the Board's Audit Committee.
Beginning in 2004, Lottery-funded scholarships and grants became available to Tennessee students attending public or private colleges or universities across the state. Today, more than 100,000 individuals benefit each year from Lottery-funded awards and programs.
All scholarships and grants are administered by the Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation, using funds deposited into an education account by the Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation.
You can also learn more about Lottery scholarships and grants including the Drive to 55 and new Tennessee Promise initiatives, at www.tn.gov/collegepays or call (615) 741-1346.
Lottery revenues are also used for after-school programs. Information about funds for after-school programs may be obtained by visiting https://www.tn.gov/education/topic/extended-learning or by calling (615) 253-6037.
In Tennessee, players may purchase Powerball, Mega Millions, Lotto America and CASH 4 LIFE tickets up to 10 drawings in advance. Tennessee Cash tickets may be purchased up to 12 drawings in advance. Cash 3 and Cash 4 tickets may be purchased 7 drawing days in advance. (Please note, there are no morning or midday drawings for Cash 3 and Cash 4 on Sundays.) KENO To Go players may purchase 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10 or 20 consecutive draws.