There are a number of things to consider when playing an online lottery, or any lottery for that matter. First, you have a selection of premium international lotteries available to you. Which one do you choose to play? This section of will give you some insight and valuable information into each of the online lottery games on offer, assisting your decision-making process and ensuring that you are kept up to date at all time.



The US Powerball lottery is a hugely popular game sold through a number of independent State lotteries as a shared jackpot pool game, and is regulated by the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL), a NPO formed by an agreement of the participating lotteries.

With a guaranteed starting jackpot of $40 million and top prizes that can easily climb into the hundreds of millions of Dollars, it’s hardly surprising that the US Powerball lottery is one of the most popular games in the world.

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The Mega Millions lottery, renowned for holding the record for the largest jackpot in North American history, held its first draw in 1996. Since then, it has experienced phenomenal growth, and is now played in 45 jurisdictions across the United States.

On 30 March 2012, the MegaMillions lotto made history when its largest jackpot ever was won - a colossal $656 million.

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The EuroMillions lottery (also known as the Euro Lotto) has been making millionaires since 2004. The jackpot is amassed from the proceeds of the nine participating European countries, and as a direct result of this one can often expect First Division prizes up to €190 million, making the EuroMillions one of the most lucrative lotteries to play.

What makes it unique, is that the jackpot may only roll over until it reaches 190 million Euro, before the winnings are divided between the Second Division winners.

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    In their first 18 years of operation, the UK National Lottery has given proverbial birth to over 3300 new multimillionaires, and has also generated an astonishing £30 billion which has been donated to various charities – all this equates to over £35 million raised every week. The National Lottery is widely regarded as one of the UK’s leading brands, with 70% of adults participating in the lottery on a regular basis and sporting annual sales over £6.5 billion.

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    Introduction To Lotto 6aus49:

    The German Lottery or more commonly known as the 6aus49 is one of the premier European lotteries dating back to 1955. The Lotto 6aus49 pays out, as estimated, €5 billion in prizes annually. players are required to make their selection of 6 (six) main numbers from a numbered ball range of 1-49 The Lotto 6aus49  



    The SuperEna Lotto (more commonly known as the Italian lottery), is a game that has been played in Italy since the end of 1997. The object of the game is to match 6 numbers out of 90. Should a player succeed in matching all of them, he/she wins the jackpot.

    Although the jackpots to be won are among the largest in the world, the odds of winning said jackpot are one of the worst – 1 in 622,614,630 to be specific. The largest jackpot won to date has been €177,800,000, which was won by a single ticket holder in October 2010.

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    Introduction To SuperEna Max:

    Launched in 2014, SuperEna Max is a European lotto game giving players the opportunity to participate in 3 weekly draws with hundreds of millions of Euros up for grabs.

    Based on the ever-popular Italian SuperEna Lotto, the Max variant keeps the fun and excitement at record highs with guaranteed jackpots and a special super draw play option to dramatically increase the prize fund available.
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    The Australian Lotto, or Oz Lotto as it’s more commonly known as, is a national lottery game that was introduced in 1994 and is administered by Tattersall’s (a lottery/gaming company). It was promoted as the first fully national lottery game in Australia. The game was originally identical to the Saturday Lotto, which required six numbers to be picked out of a selection of 45.

    During 2005 though, a seventh number began to be drawn, which greatly lengthened the odds of winning the jackpot. The largest Oz Lotto win to date has been $111,972,151, which was split amongst four winners.

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    The OZ Powerball game shares the same DNA of the hugely successful US Powerball game. As with the US equivalent, OZ 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 jackpot, the player needs to have all six numbers in their game as well as select the correct Powerball. Its largest jackpot won has been $80 million.

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    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 SUPERLOTTO PLUS (California State Lottery)

    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 includes a $193 million windfall in 2002, and $72 million in 2007.

    It’s been around for many years, proving its popularity and is also known as the original millionaire maker!


    THE FRANCE LOTO (Loto Francaise)

    Lotteries have been operating in France since 1539 and have seen the jackpots, tier prizes and winning odds only improving with age. It is estimated that the France Loto, the flagship French National Lottery game hands out approximately €4.4 billion a year in prizes, both for jackpot and second-tier prize divisions. 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.


    THE MEGA-SENA LOTTERY (Brazilian National Lottery)

    The Mega-Sena lottery, run by one of the largest banks in Latin America (Caixa Econômica Federal), is probably one of the most exciting and dynamic lottery games in the world - not to mention the fact that it’s actually 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 community awareness projects in Brazil, with the majority being sports and education development.




    The EuroJackpot Lotto is a pan-European lottery game that takes place once a week on a Friday night. Initially launched in March 2012, this game is identical in structure to the Euro Millions, with numerous countries pooling their stakes to form mega jackpots.

    The countries taking part 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 and contributing to the prize pool, jackpots to the tune of €90 million are not uncommon.

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      In addition to being the most popular lottery in Spain, La Primitiva (“the primitive one”) is also the oldest running lottery in the world. If you want to play a popular national lottery with a rich history and tradition behind it (not to mention millions of Euros in prize money!), then look no further than the Spanish La Primitiva. It boasts attractive prizes and winning odds, and August 2013 saw this lottery finish a prolonged rollover run with a jackpot kitty of €66.6 million. La Primitiva



      The Loteria Nacional Extra draws are exciting “super raffles” or “Sorteos Extraordinarios” which are held in Spain, with the most popular being the Summer raffle every July, as well as the Spanish Christmas Lottery (Loteria de Navidad) which is held over the festive season. These are two of the most anticipated draws on the international lottery calendar!

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      As you may have figured by now, the Summer and Christmas raffles are not the only lotteries held in Spain. Hot on the heels of Loteria de Navidad, the el Nino New Year’s raffle helps to ensure that lottery players from all over the globe has the perfect opportunity to get their new year off to a very prosperous start.

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      In addition to the largest, most popular Spanish raffles on offer at there are also regular monthly raffles which have lucrative prizes and fantastic odds on offer. Collectively, all these Spanish super raffles are referred to as the Loteria Nacional Extra raffles.

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