The famous lottery game “Mega Million” had its first draw in 2002. On Friday and Tuesday evenings (even on holidays), it is drawn at 11pm sharp. This amazing game is played in over 45 countries; garnering the interest of every person around the world. The biggest jackpot to ever happen in the history of Mega Millions was $1.537bn in the October draw of the year 2018. But what if we had £1bn to go out and spend?
Wanna Play and Win?
Wait! Are you the one who wants to play and fulfil your dream to win £1 billion on Mega Millions? If so, then just sit back and stay with us till the end.
It’s so easy to play. All you have to do is to select any five numbers of your choice from one to 70. Then, make a selection and choose one mega ball number from one to 25.
For randomly picking a number, you can directly choose Quick Pick. The screen randomly picks digits for you. The cost of a single Mega Million play is $2. By even a single play slip, you can play up to five collections of numbers. Cool right? Then finally you need to select Multi Draw, so that you can enter more than 26 sequential numbers.
This superb game is won by matching five white balls in any random order. And one yellow mega ball number. There’s also a second level prize that can be won by matching all the five white balls together, which is actually known as Match 5. The cost of this prize is $1million. Oh, there’s a lot to be excited for in this game.
If you win the lottery and have lined your pockets with oodles of moolah, it would be an amazing idea to go and buy yourself some players for Stevenage FC for £1bn.
Stevenage FC? Yeah, we’re a football club. Founded in 1976, we’re based in Stevenage, England. And we’re owned by famous business and chairman Phil Wallace. Wouldn’t it be awesome if he (or we) were to buy the whole team with your lottery winnings? Of course, it would.
A selection of players to buy with £1bn
You will be amazed to know that more than 160 players have played for us since 1976. A lot more than 160. Of that number, 93 players have appeared in short-term deals in total during Boro’s 10 seasons in League 2 and League 1. And it’s right to argue the outcomes have been mixed.
Luke Freeman is arguably is one of the most interesting players to have performed for Stevenage. A transfer occurs in football when two clubs accept terms of sale and the buying club and agree on a settlement with the player. Just like any business deal, a transfer can occur in many ways.
Now when it comes to buying the footballers, they would definitely go for the expensive ones. The most expensive footballer is Neymar, who cost €222m. Now here’s a list of players that you’d buy if Stevenage had £1bn:
- Cristiano Ronaldo, with the fee of €100m
- Kylian Mbappe, with the fee of €145m (+€35m)
- Philippe Coutinho, with the fee of €120m (+€40m)
- Paul Pogba, with the fee of €105m
- Eden Hazard, with the fee of €100m (+€40m)
- Gonzalo Higuain, with the fee of €90m
- Nicolas Pepe, with the fee of €79m
- Alvaro Morata, with the fee of €78.9m
- Zinedine Zidane, with the fee of €77.5m
- Rodri, with the fee of €70m
- Raheem Sterling, with the fee of almost €69.1m
- Oscar, with the fee of €60.3m
- Miralem Pjanic, with the fee of €60m (+€5m)
- Luis Figo in his prime, with the fee of €60m
- Fernando Torres, with the fee of €59m
- Angel Di Maria, with the fee of €61.6m
- Juan Sebastian Veron, with the fee of €46m
- Christian Benteke, with the fee of €45.8m
- Tiemoue Bakayoko, who costs €45m