SuperEnalotto Lotto Draw
SuperEnalotto held its first draw in December 1997 after replacing the Enalotto game which had been played in Italy for decades. Now, SuperEnalotto draws are held three times a week in Rome on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings at 8.00pm CET, with players from Italy and around the world entering the game in the hopes of winning one of the huge rollover jackpots the game regularly offers.
To play SuperEnalotto, you must pick six numbers from 1 to 90; to win the jackpot, you must match all six numbers drawn on the night. While the odds of winning the top prize stand at 1 in 622,614,630, the frequent rollovers created by the game continue to attract players as they compete for a chance to beat the odds and grab a life-changing win.
The jackpot has regularly climbed beyond €100 million, and a new record for the largest prize in the game’s history was set on 13th August 2019. Following more than a year of rollovers, a single ticket bought in Lodi, Lombardy matched all six main numbers to win €209 million. The winner came forward to claim their prize two months later and opted to remain anonymous. The previous mark for the biggest jackpot had been the €177 million won by a syndicate of 70 players in October 2010.
In addition to the incredible jackpots the game offers, there are also five other prize tiers available in the main game, starting from matching two main numbers upwards. A seventh number, called the Jolly, is drawn from the remaining 84 main numbers and greatly boosts the value of any Match 5 prizes.
Players can also add the supplementary SuperStar game to their tickets for an additional fee, which, should they match the SuperStar number drawn, gives them the chance to win certain fixed prizes or greatly enhance the value of prizes won in the main SuperEnalotto game. Instant prizes of €25 are also given away at random to 1 in 500 tickets.
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