Mega Millions Results, Numbers for 3/22/19: Did Anyone Win the $50 Million Jackpot on Friday (Last) Night?

Friday night's Mega Millions jackpot was worth $50 million with a cash option of $30.2 million. Did anyone win the jackpot prize?

The Mega Millions drawing was held at 11 p.m. EST on Friday night. The winning numbers were 7-36-58-60-62, Mega Ball 10, and Megaplier 3X, according to the Mega Millions website. Although there were no jackpot winners, there were two Match 5 winners from Minnesota and New Jersey who won one million dollars, the lottery website states. There were also 14 winners who won $10,000 after matching four of the winning numbers and the Mega Ball. To check the numbers from previous jackpots, click here.

The next Mega Millions drawing will be held on Tuesday at 11 p.m. EST. The drawing is now worth $57 million with a cash option of $35.3 million, according to the Mega Millions website.

The popular lottery game is played in 44 states across the U.S. Drawings for the jackpot are held twice a week on Tuesday and Wednesday nights, according to the lottery website. The jackpots start at $40 million and increase by a minimum of $5 million each drawing until there is a winner.

The Mega Millions jackpot on Friday night was worth $50 million with a cash option of $30.2 million. Getty Images

The last person to claim a Mega Millions prize was a man from Kansas. Hira Singh of Shawnee, Kansas won the $50 million jackpot prize during the March 12 drawing, according to a press release from the Missouri Lottery. Singh said he purchased the winning ticket at QuikTrip in Kansas City, Missouri, where he fills up for gas when he's traveling to and from work.

Singh checked his numbers on Saturday at a Check-A-Ticket machine and found out that he was a winner.

"I prayed upon my God and then scanned it," he told lottery officials. "Then I checked it like three more times!"

Singh claimed his prize in Jefferson City, Missouri, on Thursday and told lottery officials he was "still surprised" of the win. He said he's still thinking about how he's going to spend the money. The QuikTrip Singh purchased his tickets will also receive a $50,000 bonus check for selling the winning tickets.

"It's so much fun to see our players win," said May Scheve Reardon, executive director of the Missouri Lottery, in a statement. "Mr. Singh is our 515th Missouri-Lottery made millionaire, and because this Mega Millions win happened in Missouri, the state will collect approximately $1.2 million in state income tax on his lump-sum prize."