Hi together
I was thinking about the winner selecting procedure explained in the terms of the giveaway program
The program will end and the prize draw will take place at 18:00 UTC on 26 December 2019. Winners will be selected according to the following procedure:
 A hash will be generated from each participant’s email address. The email hashes of all participants will be collected into a list. If a participant has N valid tickets for the giveaway draw, N copies of their email hash will be included in the list. This list will then be sorted lexicographically.
 Each of the thirtyfour prizes will be assigned a code (a “salt”). For each prize, the
salt will be combined with the hash of the first Bitcoin block to be mined after 18:00 UTC on 26 December 2019. The combination of prize salt and blockhash yields a large integer that is used to determine the winner. For each prize, this large integer is divided modulo T, where T is the total number of valid tickets for the draw. The resulting number gives a position in the sorted list of participants’ email hashes, which corresponds to the winner of the prize.
First the sorting order is lexicographically so basically an alphabetical order of the hashes generated.
Example overview  email address hash and valid tickets:
email address example  hash  valid tickets
email@host.com  c1239db6e4efac6e19d9404f885273a4ecb6e27e  4
test@mail.com  52e17b67fd82b0545bb4fbdc5748ed23104133c7  2
winner@nash.io  0c29247190f99f369ccbb87e6741d25fba5d73b5  1
foo@bar.com  823776525776c8f23a87176c59d25759da7a52c4  3
total valid tickets: 10
So the unsorted list will be something like:
c1239db6e4efac6e19d9404f885273a4ecb6e27e
c1239db6e4efac6e19d9404f885273a4ecb6e27e
c1239db6e4efac6e19d9404f885273a4ecb6e27e
c1239db6e4efac6e19d9404f885273a4ecb6e27e
52e17b67fd82b0545bb4fbdc5748ed23104133c7
52e17b67fd82b0545bb4fbdc5748ed23104133c7
0c29247190f99f369ccbb87e6741d25fba5d73b5
823776525776c8f23a87176c59d25759da7a52c4
823776525776c8f23a87176c59d25759da7a52c4
823776525776c8f23a87176c59d25759da7a52c4
sorted it might be something like:
0c29247190f99f369ccbb87e6741d25fba5d73b5
52e17b67fd82b0545bb4fbdc5748ed23104133c7
52e17b67fd82b0545bb4fbdc5748ed23104133c7
823776525776c8f23a87176c59d25759da7a52c4
823776525776c8f23a87176c59d25759da7a52c4
823776525776c8f23a87176c59d25759da7a52c4
c1239db6e4efac6e19d9404f885273a4ecb6e27e
c1239db6e4efac6e19d9404f885273a4ecb6e27e
c1239db6e4efac6e19d9404f885273a4ecb6e27e
c1239db6e4efac6e19d9404f885273a4ecb6e27e
Now for each price a salt is generated. It is not mentioned if this will be an integer salt but I assume it is not since the block has is also not an integer.
So price salt will be for example:
price 01  ir9b3wuwzn
price 02  wxrk6frq96
....
price 34  xs0ob1fkxl
Block hash is for example:
0000000000000000000fc278ddfda18ede542a5fd98af0a1fafadb452a4879dd
This block will be combined with each price salt to generate a large integer
I assume there will be a hashing function generating integer out of these 2 parameters
Example:
price 01  634735139
price 02  373061531
....
price 34  794500971
All these integer are now divided modulo T (T is 10 in my example)
So in my example the winners are:
price  position in list
price 01  3
price 02  3
....
price 34  7
So in my example the participant on position 3 in the list wins 2 prices.

Is this possible?
 If yes, is this fair?
 If the position will be deleted from the list, will the other positions of the same participant remain in the list? So he can win with another position again?
 Or will the participant be deleted with all positions from the list after winning one price?
Otherwise it could be the case that 1 participant wins all prices because he has such a huge amount of positions in the list.

I am not a mathematic genius but how probable is it that integer modulo T will get 1 as a result?
If I am wrong please help me out understanding this.