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Euro Millions is a European lottery which pools the stakes of nine participating countries - Austria, Belgium, France, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. With jackpot prizes climbing as high as €190 million, this makes the Euro Millions lottery one of the biggest in the world. In order to win the Euro Millions lottery, players need to match up five main numbers and two Lucky Star numbers.
Mega Millions is the USA's biggest jackpot game, with jackpots starting at $12 million and other prizes ranging from $2 to $250 000. Players may pick six numbers from two separate pools of numbers - five different numbers from 1 - 56, and one number from 1 - 46. You win the jackpot by matching all six winning numbers in a drawing.
Powerball is a combined large-jackpot game and a cash game. Players have the potential to win the jackpot by matching up five main white balls and one red Powerball. Any other combination thereof (there are nine possible winning combinations) will result in a prize tier win. The overall odds of winning a prize in the game are approximately 1 in 32.
Power Play is a special feature introduced to the game, that allows a winner to increase the original jackpot amount. Powerball players winning any prize (other than the jackpot) will win a larger cash prize.
EuroJackpot is a pan-European lottery game that takes place once a week on a Friday night. Launched in March 2012, this game is very similar in structure to the Euro Millions, with numerous countries pooling their stakes to form large jackpots. The countries participating in this lottery are Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden. With so many countries competing, it's not uncommon to see the jackpot rising as high as €90 million.
The German Lotto:
Lotto 6 aus 49, more commonly referred to as the German Lotto, is a European lottery game which was established in Germany in 1955 and still stands as the biggest national lottery game being played in the region. With international access being granted to the game and a reported prize payout of over €5 billion annually, this game has proved its lucrative nature time and time again. The draws take place twice a week (every Wednesday and Saturday), with nine prize tiers on offer.
La Primitiva ("the primitive one") is one of Spain's oldest and most popular lotteries, offering attractive prizes and impressive winning odds. It has grown into one of Europe's hottest lotteries, and August 2013 saw this lottery finish a marathon rollover run with a jackpot of €66.6 million! Players can win the jackpot by matching their six number picks between 1 - 49 to the six lottery balls selected in the lottery drawing, as well as the Reintegro automatically printed on their ticket. The jackpot begins at €3 million and rolls over until the top prize is won.
SuperEnaLotto is a lottery that has been played in Italy since 1997. The jackpots are some of the largest in the world. The game's aim is to match 6 numbers out of 90. Should a player match all of them,they will win the jackpot. SuperEnalotto jackpots grow very high because there is no cap on them and no roll down of jackpots.
Because lottery punters worldwide couldn’t get enough of the SuperEnaLotto excitement, the SuperEna Max was introduced in 2014 to add an extra arena through which lottery enthusiasts can enjoy even more lottery fun and cash prizes. The winning numbers are based on the ones for SuperEnaLotto and drawn on the same days, so there’s double the excitement, three times a week!
Super Lotto Plus:
The California Super Lotto was founded in November 1984 and became the Super Lotto Plus in 2000. The lottery's founding mission was to provide supplemental funding for public schools and colleges in the state. The lottery has become known both locally and internationally for its impressive jackpot prizes, which include $193 million in 2002, and $72 million in 2007. To play, select five numbers from a guess range of 1 - 47 and one additional number (Mega number) from a guess range of 1 - 27 in a 5-line entry form. The additional number allows players to win supplementary prizes, and is necessary to complete the winning number selection.
El Gordo is one of the Spanish National Lotteries run by Loterías y Apuestas del Estado. El Gordo translated means ‘The Big One’, in this case the ‘big one’ refers to the big jackpot up for grabs. El Gordo de la Primitiva is a weekly lottery and is not to be confused with the annual Spanish Christmas El Gordo lottery that takes place in December every year.
The National Lottery is the state-franchised lottery in the United Kingdom and the Isle of Man. It is operated by the Camelot Group, and is regulated by the National Lottery Commission. Players buy tickets with their choice of six different numbers between 1 - 49. In the draw, six numbered balls are drawn without replacement from a set of 49 balls. A further Bonus Ball is also drawn, which only affects players who match five numbers. Prizes are awarded to players who match at least three of the six drawn numbers, with prizes increasing for matching more of the drawn numbers. The odds of winning the jackpot is 1 in 13,983,816.
The OZ Powerball game shares the same DNA of the highly-successful US Powerball game. Powerball uses two barrels to determine its winning numbers. Six numbers are drawn (at random) from a barrel of 40 (standard winning numbers). Then, one number (the Powerball) is drawn at random from a separate barrel of 20. To win the first division prize tier, the player needs to have all six numbers in their game as well as select the correct Powerball. The odds of winning the OZ Powerball jackpot is 1 in 76,767,600.
France has been operating lotteries since 1539 and has seen the jackpots, secondary prizes and winning odds only improving with age. Currently, the 1 in 16 odds of winning a France Loto prize ensures that it can boast one of the best lottery odds and cost/benefit ratio. To enter the France Loto, players must pick a total of six numbers from two different number ranges. First, select five numbers between 1 - 49 and then choose an additional number (called a Lucky Number) from a range of 1 - 10. In order to walk away with the jackpot prize, players need to match all five main numbers and the additional Lucky Number. It is estimated that the France Loto hands out €4.4 billion a year in prizes, both for jackpot and second-tier prize divisions.
The OZ Lotto is an Australian lottery which guarantees big jackpot payouts, often to the tune of $50 million or more, with a minimum division 1 prize pool of $2 million. Nine balls are drawn at random from 45 balls numbered 1 - 45. The first seven balls drawn are the "winning numbers", and the last two numbers are the "supplementary numbers". To win in the tier-one division, you need to correctly match seven numbers in a single game with the seven winning numbers from the draw.
Loteria Nacional Extra:
Loteria Nacional Extra offers exciting raffle "super draws" nearly every month. The prizes on offer in the Loteria Nacional Extra draws invariably rank with the world's highest lottery jackpot prizes. Loteria Nacional Extra raffles tickets are sold with pre-printed codes; players do not select their numbers. The number of available codes is determined by the rules of the draw. Ticket are printed in a certain number of batch copies, which get designated a "series" number, and are then further divided into ten shares for individual purchase. Loteria Nacional Extra draws boast an amazing 33,642 winning combinations and unbeatable 1:3 winning odds.
El Gordo Navidad:
The El Gordo Navidad is one of the biggest and most lucrative lotteries in the world. Due to the sheer volume of prizes available to win, the Navidad has developed into a tradition in Spain and has become one of the most popular lotteries on the globe. El Gordo de Navidad roughly translates as "the Christmas jackpot", and takes place once a year in Spain. It is reknowned to have the largest prize fund in the world, which Spanish lottery officials have announced to be a nearly-unbelievable sum of €2,240,000,000 for the 2013 Christmas draw.
The Mega-Sena lottery, run by one of the largest banks in Latin America (Caixa Econômica Federal), is probably one of the most exciting games in the world - not to mention it officially being the largest lottery in Brazil. Caixa manages most of the popular lotteries in Brazil, including the Quina and LotoMania lotteries. The majority of the profit generated from these lotteries are channeled directly back into social awareness in Brazil, mostly towards sports and education development.