Here’s an example lottery draw, with two tickets, A and B.
● Ticket A: The first 3 digits and the last 2 digits match, but the 4th digit is wrong, so this ticket only wins a “Match first 3” prize.
● Ticket B: Even though the last 5 digits match, the first digit is wrong, so this ticket doesn’t win a prize.
pRize bRAckets don’t ‘stack’: if you match the first 3 digits in order, you’ll only win prizes from the ‘Match 3’ bracket, and not from ‘Match 1’ and ‘Match 2’.
100% of the BUSD paid by people buying tickets that round goes back into the prize pools.
After every round, if nobody wins in one of the prize brackets, the unclaimed BUSD for that bracket rolls over into the next round and are redistributed among the prize pools.
A percentage of the FEE will be reinjected in the lottery in round.