Someone in Altadena, California, bought a winning Powerball ticket worth a record $2.04 billion. The jackpot had been growing for more than three months before a winner was announced.

The winning ticket was sold at Joe's Service Center, a small convenience store just northeast of Los Angeles. The winning numbers, announced on Tuesday after Monday night's drawing was delayed, were 10, 33, 41, 47 and 56, with a Powerball draw of 10.

The $2.04 billion jackpot is more than $400 million larger than the previous record prize won in 2016 when three ticketholders split the $1.586 billion prize.

The California Lottery announced a winning ticket had been sold for the record-setting jackpot.

The $2.04 billion prize is only marketed to winners who chose an annuity, which pays out over a 29-year period. According to the Associated Press, under the annuity plan, winners will receive one immediate payment, and then 29 annual payments that rise by 5% each year until finally reaching the $2.04 billion total.

The odds of winning the entire jackpot, matching all five numbers along with the Powerball, are one in 292.2 million. Tuesday's lucky winner did just that, claiming the prize that has grown since Aug. 3, when the last jackpot was won in Pennsylvania. That winner took home $206 million.

Powerball draws take place every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday at 10:59 p.m. ET, and the game is played in 45 states, as well as Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.