What if you were suddenly a millionaire and you didn't even know it? That's the case for one Lotto Max winner. The winning ticket was sold in Ontario and is worth $15 million.\nThe single lucky ticket was sold in Nepean, according to CTV News. The grand prize has yet to be claimed after the May 12 evening draw.\nWhile one person can call themself a grand prize winner, there were no second-place runner-ups with six matching numbers plus the bonus, leaving the amount of $121,318.30 unclaimed.\nHowever, plenty of people got to win something, as OLG counts 76,462 cash winners from the draw.\nWhile no one got the second-largest payout, 32 people matched six numbers and won $3,791.20 each.\nA total of 74 lucky players managed to hit five numbers plus the bonus on their tickets, netting them each a respectable $983.70\nThose who didn't manage to get the bonus but still matched five numbers didn't do too badly either. A nice sum of $107.40 each was paid out to 1,581 people.\nFinally, nearly 75,000 people got lucky enough to win cash prizes ranging from $20 to $48.40.\nOn top of all that, 347,885 players won themselves a free ticket, so at least they can try for the big prize in the next draw. That takes place on May 15, with an estimated jackpot of $10 million.\nCraving something fun to do this weekend? What if you won tonight’s est. $15 million Lotto Max jackpot?! Your Saturday plans may just get a whole lot better. pic.twitter.com/PzdiTxRb8G— LOTTO MAX (@lottomax) November 8, 2019\nWhile $15 million is definitely a comfortable pile of cash, it's not the largest Lotto Max prize that's been paid out this year.\nOn three separate occasions, players managed to win the maximum $70 million jackpot amount.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Lotto (@lotto_max_winners) on Dec 1, 2016 at 10:02am PST\nThe first was a Brampton man, who suddenly became a multi-millionaire back in January.\nThe second was won a month later by a 22-year-old grocery clerk in Quebec.\nThe third $70 million winning ticket, which CTV reported was still unclaimed as of May 5, was sold in the Chatham-Kent area of Ontario.