There was no grand prize winner for the Mega Millions jackpot, which was worth an estimated $83 million, during the Tuesday night drawing. There were, however, plenty of smaller monetary prize winners as a result of the latest pull.

The winning numbers pulled on Tuesday, Nov. 23, were 7, 24, 54, 57, 58, with a gold Mega Ball of 6. The Megaplier was 3X, which would triple the winnings of players who purchased it.

Watch the winning Mega Millions lottery numbers being pulled below.

There were no instant millionaires that resulted from the latest Mega Millions drawing. Players who would have won the Match 5 would have taken home a $1 million prize. However, players who would have matched five numbers with the 3X Megaplier would have won a $3 million prize. 

Despite the lack of millionaires, 13 players hit the Match 4 plus the gold Mega Ball, winning $10,000. Meanwhile, only one player hit the Match 4 with the gold Mega Ball and 3X Megaplier, which put their winnings at $30,000.

The rest of the prizes from the night ranged between $2 and $1,500.

The Tuesday Mega Millions jackpot was worth an estimated $83 million with a cash value of $58.6 million. Since it has gone unclaimed, it will continue to climb. The next lottery drawing will take place on Friday, Nov. 26, at 11 p.m. EST and will be worth $94 million with a cash option of $66.3 million.

The latest drawing comes amid an ongoing scam in which people are being tricked into believing they are being contacted by the winners of the $1 billion Mega Millions jackpot, Hometownlife.com reports.

Several individuals have been contacted by people claiming to represent lottery winners who want to share their new wealth with random people. Some of the people who have been contacted have been asked for their driver’s license and social security number.

However, Kurt Panouses, the Florida tax attorney who accepted the jackpot prize for the winners in March, insisted his clients are not sharing their newfound wealth with strangers.

To win the Mega Millions, a player’s ticket must match the five balls that are drawn, which are numbered 1 through 70. They must also match the gold Mega Ball, which is drawn from a set of balls numbered 1 through 25.

Mega Millions can be played in 45 states as well as the U.S. Virgin Islands and the District of Columbia.

GettyImages-73508563 A Mega Millions lottery ticket prints out March 6, 2007 in San Francisco, California. Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images