Switzerland and Austria take to the ice before first period IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship pre-competition action in Edmonton on Tuesday, December 22, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jason Franson

Someone in Alberta won more than $3 million on New Year's Eve, but they didn't claim the prize in time and the money is being rolled into upcoming draws.

The unclaimed $3.8 million is being added to the final two World Juniors 50/50 jackpots.

Monday's pot starts at $1.9 million.

✨ An unclaimed jackpot on NYE means the final two #WorldJuniors online 50/50 draws will each open with jackpots over $1.9 million. ✨

DETAILS & TICKETS at https://t.co/gC55OFvtS8 ��️

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— Hockey Canada (@HockeyCanada) January 4, 2021

The online 50/50s are being held every game day and tickets are only available to people in Alberta.

Eight frontline health-care workers from Lloydminster Hospital's maternity unit won over $240,000 in the World Juniors 50/50 on Dec. 27.

The money raised through the draws will be invested into hockey initiatives in Alberta. 

The final two 50/50 draws are on Jan. 4 and Jan. 5.