SuperEnalotto
€ 78 900 000

What is SuperEnalotto?

Italy's national lottery with a record jackpot won of €177 millions, started back in 1997.

Minimum Jackpot

€1.3 million

Record Jackpot

€177 million

Background

SuperEnalotto was created in December of 1997 by SISAL, the second largest player in Italy's highly popular gaming market. SuperEnalotto is based on the Enalotto lottery, which has been around since the 1950's. SuperEnalotto's numbers were set by combining the first numbers drawn at the regional Lottomattica draws of Bari, Florence, Milan, Naples, Rome and Palermo with the Venice draw used for the Jolly Ball. This was changed in June 2009 because of the very slight chance that two identical numbers would be drawn, making the Lotto impossible to win.

How To Play

To win the jackpot in SuperEnalotto, you must match six numbers out of a guess range of 1-90. A bonus number, affectionately called the "Jolly Ball" by SuperEnalotto can also be picked by the player and is used for the secondary jackpot prize (5+1). Besides the jackpot and secondary jackpot prize, SuperEnalotto has 3 additional prize divisions, with the odds of winning any cash prize set at 1:327. Lottosend provides its players with the option of manually choosing their numbers or using Lottosend Quickpick system to create randomly generated numbers. Draws take place three times weekly, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 20:00 CEST.


Prize Divisions

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