If you live in one of the 19 countries that will hold the Powerball lottery on Sunday, you’ll have access to the live broadcast of the draw.
If you’re not in one, the live feed will be available on the official site of the lottery.
In addition, the game will be shown live on ITV, BBC One and Channel 4.
However, there will be no live commentary.
You can check out our coverage of the Powerballs drawing here.
Powerball is one of two prizes in the annual UK lottery.
The other prize is the jackpot, which can be won by winning a total of 2.2 million tickets.
The winner will receive £1.3 billion ($2.2 billion) in prize money.
The jackpot was first awarded in 1971, and the winning ticket has been in circulation since.
However it has since been expanded to include the prize money as well.
The jackpot is the largest jackpot in US history, and it is up for grabs for a record 1,637 times.
There are four winners in each state, with Massachusetts being the only state to have more than one winner.
The US has one of only two countries in the world that has a Powerball jackpot: Finland.
The prize was awarded in 2003, and is worth approximately $5.7 billion.
There are currently 13 winners in the lottery, which is considered one of most lucrative jackpot draws in the US.
The winner is chosen by a lottery-commissioned, independent panel of judges.
The panel consists of experts from around the world, who evaluate the odds of each jackpot.
The odds are released to the public at the end of the drawing.
The lottery has become the biggest drawing in the country’s history, with a total prize pool of $50.5 billion.
The average payout is $4,700 per ticket.