California's latest lottery millionaires bought scratchers at these stores

California's latest round of new millionaires won a combined $4 million in prizes, lottery officials announced. 

All three purchased some lucky scratcher tickets instead of playing draw games. 

In Los Angeles, Varoujan Minasian scored $1 million playing Xtreme Multiplier. That lucky scratcher's ticket came from Fry's Hollywood Shell.

Martin Canas won big in Bell Gardens after purchasing a $1 million Xtreme Multiplier scratcher at Town House Liquor Store.


Up north in Alameda County, Miguel Palominos Contreras won a whopping $2 million playing Instant Prize Crossword. His ticket was purchased at Moa's Service Center, a Chevron station, in Hayward. 

The store that sold the $2 million prize will receive a $10,000 bonus while both stores that sold $1 million tickets will receive $5,000 bonuses each. 

Congrats to all the lucky winners!