The winning numbers for the Powerball jackpot worth $440 million, the ninth largest in the game's history, will be drawn Wednesday night at 10:59 p.m. EST. The website features a full list of TV stations and channels on which the results are announced, and a YouTube page where all past Powerball drawings can be seen.

After there was no winner named for Saturday's Powerball, the jackpot price soared to $440 million and will continue to grow if there is no winner for Wednesday as well. The odds of winning a Powerball jackpot is one in 292 million.

Wednesday's drawing will be the first of this year. Powerball drawings are held twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday nights.

Powerball tickets are sold for $2 and can be purchased in 44 states including the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and Washington D.C. Players need to pick five lucky numbers from 1 to 69 and one Powerball number from 1 to 26 on a Powerball play slip. The sale of tickets ends at least an hour before the official draw which takes place Wednesday and Sunday night. Here's a quick guide as to how you can win.

Upon finding the winning numbers and after getting them validated by a Powerball retailer or through the lottery headquarters, the winner can either avail the full amount in 30 installments over 29 years, or take a lump sum amount that will be smaller than the total sum after federal taxes.

The largest Powerball jackpot was a $1.6 billion split among winners in California, Florida and Tennessee in January 2016. The record Powerball winner for a single ticket buyer is $758 million, won by a Massachusetts woman in August.

There were five Powerball winners in 2017. California resident Jeff Lindsay claimed the winning Powerball ticket June 10 and received an annuity of $447.8 million.

"We are obviously thrilled with this tremendous stroke of good luck and are still getting our arms around what it means for us," Lindsay said after winning.

"We are private people and do not want to change who we are or become public figures and ask that people appreciate and respect our privacy," Lindsay's family told Powerball. "In order to help manage what has already been a somewhat overwhelming process, we have engaged a number of financial, legal and other advisors to guide us and help us make the best decisions possible."