$1 Million Mega Millions Winner in Kingston, $150,000 Powerball Winner in Knoxville Back NASHVILLE— For the third time in less than a month, a Tennessee Lottery player has won a million dollars playing Mega Millions. This time it's an as-yet-unknown millionaire who purchased the ticket in Kingston (Roane County) and matched five of six numbers drawn Friday night. The other two winning tickets were purchased in Eads (Shelby County) and Brentwood (Williamson County). In other weekend news, a Powerball player in Knoxville won $150,000 by matching four of the five white numbers drawn plus the red Powerball. Since the winner added the Power Play option for an extra dollar, the base prize of $50,000 was tripled, as the multiplier number was three. No information about the winners is available until the prizes are claimed. About the Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation The Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation operates entirely from the revenue it generates through the sale of its products. Since January 20, 2004, the Lottery has raised more than $4.6 billion to fund designated education programs, including after-school programs, college grants and scholarships and the Governor’s Drive to 55 initiatives. In addition to the educational beneficiaries, players have won more than $12.6 billion in prizes and Lottery retailers have earned more than $1.2 billion in retailer commissions. For additional information, visit tnlottery.com and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.