Lotteries


When you become a Viking you’ll unlock the incredible potential of the world’s biggest lotteries. You can offer your players the chance to buy tickets, subscriptions and lucrative syndicates for the following lotteries.

Mega Millions


American giant Mega Millions is one of the world’s big two super lotteries and is responsible for creating several of the biggest jackpots in history.

In fact Mega Millions created the biggest single ticket jackpot win in history in October 2018 when one lucky player won an incredible $1.5 billion jackpot.

The draw takes place every Tuesday and Friday at 23:00 in the US, which works out at 05:00 on Wednesdays and Saturdays CEST.

Powerball


Another super lotto from the States, Powerball made history in January 2016 when the jackpot reached an all-time record high of $1.6 BILLION – the biggest jackpot recorded on any lottery in history.

The big draw takes place twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 22:59, which equates to 04:59 on Thursdays and Sundays CEST.

EuroJackpot


The EuroJackpot is capped at a massive €90m, a figure that it’s reached on several occasions, and is something of a phenomenon as it’s played across 18 different countries.

The lottery is particularly popular in Germany and throughout Scandinavia.

The EuroJackpot takes place once a week, on Fridays, in Helsinki. It’s televised live at 20:00 CEST in all eighteen participating countries.

EuroMillions


EuroMillions is officially Europe’s biggest lottery and has created many jackpots in excess of €100m.

The jackpot is capped at €190m, a figure that it has reached on several occasions.
Technically due to a favourable exchange rate the biggest ever jackpot was awarded to Chris and Colin Weir of Scotland who won £161,653,000.

The draw for EuroMillions takes place twice a week on Tuesday and Friday evenings at 20:45 CEST.

SuperEnaLotto


Italy’s biggest lottery has created Europe’s biggest state jackpots, including a €117.7 million fortune which was split by a syndicate of 70 players in 2010. The prize was also the third largest jackpot rewarded anywhere in Europe at the time.

Draws for the SuperEnalotto take place on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings at 20:00 (CEST).

6 Aus 49 Germany Lotto


The biggest 6aus49 jackpot win was €45 million and was won in December 2007, with the prize money being split three ways.

In October 2006 a massive €37 million was won by a single ticket, making the recipient the biggest ever single winner. Annually the lotto pays out nearly €5 billion!

The draw takes place live from Saarbrücken in Germany on Saturday and Wednesday evenings at 18:30 and 17:30 (CEST).

La Primitiva


The largest La Primitiva jackpot to date is €102 million which was awarded in 2015.
La Primitiva has awarded a number of large prizes including a €32 million jackpot in 2013 and a €73 million jackpot awarded the following year.

Draws take place twice a week on Thursday and Saturday evenings at 22:00 (CET).

Austrian Lotto


The largest jackpot in the history of the Austrian Lotto was €9.6 million awarded in August 2015

The Austrian Lotto has nine prize tiers, producing quite a diverse array of rewards. You could win anything from €1.10 to well over €4 million.

The draw for the Austrian Lottery takes place twice a week on Wednesday and Sunday evenings at 18:45 and 19:15 CEST respectively.

French Lotto


The largest jackpot in the French Lotto to date was a €24 million jackpot awarded in 2011 after 34 rollovers.

The draw for the French Lotto takes places three times a week. On Monday, Wednesday and Saturday evenings at 20:30 (CEST).

Irish Lotto


The first ever Irish Lotto jackpot was won by Brigid McGrath from Letterkenny in 1988. She won £147,059 (about €2 million today). The biggest recent win by a single ticket was for €16 million and was given to a couple from Waterford.

The draw for the Irish Lotto takes place twice a week on Wednesday and Saturday evenings just before 21:00 (CEST).

UK Lotto


In April 2016 the UK Lotto rewarded its biggest ever jackpot of £35.1 million and has been a widely played national institution since its inception in 1994.

The draw takes place twice a week on Wednesday and Saturday evenings at 21:30.

Australian Saturday Lotto


The biggest ever Australian TattsLotto jackpot was A$33 million.

The regular Australian TattsLotto takes place weekly and rewards an average jackpot of A$4 million, but the biggest jackpot in its history was an impressive A $33 million.

The draw takes place every Saturday evening which works out at around lunchtime in Europe.

Polish Lotto


Lottery is hugely popular in Poland with statistics suggesting its played regularly by over 50% of the population was zł 57.8 million on 7 May 2016, approximately €15m.

The draw takes place on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings at 22:15 (CEST).

Australian Powerball


The biggest ever Australian Powerball jackpot was $80 million which was split between two lucky winning players who picked the right numbers for the draw that took place on July 30th, 2009.

The draw for the Australian Powerball lotto takes place once a week on Thursdays. It happens at 11:30AM (CEST) and is televised on Australian TV.

OZ Lotto


The OZ Lotto began life in 1996 and holds the record for creating the biggest jackpot in Australian history – an incredible $112 million that was split between four winners in November 2012.

The draw takes place once a week on Tuesday evenings at 20:30 (AEST). That equates to 11:30am CEST.

Australian Mon and Wed Lotto


The jackpot for the Monday and Wednesday Lotto is always A$1 million.

Hugely popular in Australia thanks to its low price and good odds, the draw, as you’ve probably guessed, takes place every Monday and Wednesday.

South Africa Lotto


The biggest ever South African Lotto jackpot was R110 million rewarded on January 27th, 2018. That’s about €6.9 million. The prize was split between four lucky winners, who each took home a quarter of the jackpot.

Draws for the South African Lotto take place on Wednesday and Saturday evenings at 20:56 (CEST).

Swedish Lotto


The original Swedish Lotto was created in 1896 making it quite possibly the oldest ongoing lottery in the world.

Officially launched in 1980,the biggest ever Swedish Lotto jackpot of SEK 237.67 million (€23 million) was awarded in 2013.

The Swedish Lotto takes place on Wednesdays at 17:15 (CEST) and on Saturdays at 18:15 (CEST)

UK Thunderball


A popular draw in the UK, Thunderball features set payouts for its top three tiers of £250, £5,000 and £500,000.

Draws take place four times a week. So that would be Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. They’re all shown live on the official website at 21:00 CEST.

Spanish Bonolotto


The largest ever Bonoloto jackpot of €7.1 million was awarded in November 2016.
There is no jackpot limit, so the jackpot can grow exponentially if there is no winner because the prize just rolls over.

The lottery features great odds, a low price and takes place every day apart from Sundays at 19:00.

California SuperLotto Plus


SuperLotto Plus is drawn every Wednesday and Saturday. The game began in 1986 as California Super Lotto. In 2000, the name was changed to SuperLotto Plus. Its starting jackpot is $7 million and it rises without a cap creating the potential for huge jackpots.

Mega Sena


Mega Sena is the biggest lottery in Brazil and South America and regularly creates huge jackpots, especially on New Year’s Eve when the jackpot is ramped up for the Mega Da Virada draw.

The draws take place on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 20:00 in Brasilia, Brazil, which works out at 23:00 CEST.

Canada 6/49


Launched on June 12, 1982, Lotto 6/49 was the first nationwide Canadian lottery game to allow players to choose their own numbers.

The largest single jackpot was drawn on October 17, 2015 for a jackpot of $64 million.

The draw takes place every Wednesday and Saturday evening, which equates to early on Thursday and Saturday mornings in Europe.

New York Lotto


The New York Lotto began in 1967, becoming the third modern US lottery. While it’s seen a slight dip in popularity due to the rise of Powerball and Mega Millions, New Yorkers from across the state still flock to buy tickets for the draws that take place every Wednesday and Saturday.

Florida Lotto


The Florida Lotto created its first $100 million jackpot in 1990 and has been thrilling Floridians ever since, creating countless millionaires.

The draw takes place every Wednesday and Saturday at 23:15, which works out as the early morning on Thursdays and Sundays in Europe.

Finnish Lotto


The Finnish Lotto, which is known as the Viekkaus Lotto in Finland, is hugely popular thanks to its generous jackpots and low price.

The record jackpot so far was in October 2012 when one lucky player won €12.2 million.

The draw takes place every Saturday evening in Helsinki.

Mega Millions

American giant Mega Millions is one of the world’s big two super lotteries and is responsible for creating several of the biggest jackpots in history.

In fact Mega Millions created the biggest single ticket jackpot win in history in October 2018 when one lucky player won an incredible $1.5 billion jackpot.

The draw takes place every Tuesday and Friday at 23:00 in the US, which works out at 05:00 on Wednesdays and Saturdays CEST.

Powerball

Another super lotto from the States, Powerball made history in January 2016 when the jackpot reached an all-time record high of $1.6 BILLION – the biggest jackpot recorded on any lottery in history.

The big draw takes place twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 22:59, which equates to 04:59 on Thursdays and Sundays CEST.

EuroJackpot

The EuroJackpot is capped at a massive €90m, a figure that it’s reached on several occasions, and is something of a phenomenon as it’s played across 18 different countries.

The lottery is particularly popular in Germany and throughout Scandinavia.

The EuroJackpot takes place once a week, on Fridays, in Helsinki. It’s televised live at 20:00 CEST in all eighteen participating countries.

EuroMillions

EuroMillions is officially Europe’s biggest lottery and has created many jackpots in excess of €100m.

The jackpot is capped at €190m, a figure that it has reached on several occasions.
Technically due to a favourable exchange rate the biggest ever jackpot was awarded to Chris and Colin Weir of Scotland who won £161,653,000.

The draw for EuroMillions takes place twice a week on Tuesday and Friday evenings at 20:45 CEST.

SuperEnaLotto

Italy’s biggest lottery has created Europe’s biggest state jackpots, including a €117.7 million fortune which was split by a syndicate of 70 players in 2010. The prize was also the third largest jackpot rewarded anywhere in Europe at the time.

Draws for the SuperEnalotto take place on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings at 20:00 (CEST).

6 Aus 49 Germany Lotto

The biggest 6aus49 jackpot win was €45 million and was won in December 2007, with the prize money being split three ways.

In October 2006 a massive €37 million was won by a single ticket, making the recipient the biggest ever single winner. Annually the lotto pays out nearly €5 billion!

The draw takes place live from Saarbrücken in Germany on Saturday and Wednesday evenings at 18:30 and 17:30 (CEST).

La Primitiva

The largest La Primitiva jackpot to date is €102 million which was awarded in 2015.
La Primitiva has awarded a number of large prizes including a €32 million jackpot in 2013 and a €73 million jackpot awarded the following year.

Draws take place twice a week on Thursday and Saturday evenings at 22:00 (CET).

Austrian Lotto

The largest jackpot in the history of the Austrian Lotto was €9.6 million awarded in August 2015

The Austrian Lotto has nine prize tiers, producing quite a diverse array of rewards. You could win anything from €1.10 to well over €4 million.

The draw for the Austrian Lottery takes place twice a week on Wednesday and Sunday evenings at 18:45 and 19:15 CEST respectively.

French Lotto

The largest jackpot in the French Lotto to date was a €24 million jackpot awarded in 2011 after 34 rollovers.

The draw for the French Lotto takes places three times a week. On Monday, Wednesday and Saturday evenings at 20:30 (CEST).

Irish Lotto

The first ever Irish Lotto jackpot was won by Brigid McGrath from Letterkenny in 1988. She won £147,059 (about €2 million today). The biggest recent win by a single ticket was for €16 million and was given to a couple from Waterford.

The draw for the Irish Lotto takes place twice a week on Wednesday and Saturday evenings just before 21:00 (CEST).

UK Lotto

In April 2016 the UK Lotto rewarded its biggest ever jackpot of £35.1 million and has been a widely played national institution since its inception in 1994.

The draw takes place twice a week on Wednesday and Saturday evenings at 21:30.

Australian Saturday Lotto

The biggest ever Australian TattsLotto jackpot was A$33 million.

The regular Australian TattsLotto takes place weekly and rewards an average jackpot of A$4 million, but the biggest jackpot in its history was an impressive A $33 million.

The draw takes place every Saturday evening which works out at around lunchtime in Europe.

Polish Lotto

Lottery is hugely popular in Poland with statistics suggesting its played regularly by over 50% of the population was zł 57.8 million on 7 May 2016, approximately €15m.

The draw takes place on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings at 22:15 (CEST).

Australian Powerball

The biggest ever Australian Powerball jackpot was $80 million which was split between two lucky winning players who picked the right numbers for the draw that took place on July 30th, 2009.

The draw for the Australian Powerball lotto takes place once a week on Thursdays. It happens at 11:30AM (CEST) and is televised on Australian TV.

OZ Lotto

The OZ Lotto began life in 1996 and holds the record for creating the biggest jackpot in Australian history – an incredible $112 million that was split between four winners in November 2012.

The draw takes place once a week on Tuesday evenings at 20:30 (AEST). That equates to 11:30am CEST.

Australian Mon and Wed Lotto

The jackpot for the Monday and Wednesday Lotto is always A$1 million.

Hugely popular in Australia thanks to its low price and good odds, the draw, as you’ve probably guessed, takes place every Monday and Wednesday.

South Africa Lotto

The biggest ever South African Lotto jackpot was R110 million rewarded on January 27th, 2018. That’s about €6.9 million. The prize was split between four lucky winners, who each took home a quarter of the jackpot.

Draws for the South African Lotto take place on Wednesday and Saturday evenings at 20:56 (CEST).

Swedish Lotto

The original Swedish Lotto was created in 1896 making it quite possibly the oldest ongoing lottery in the world.

Officially launched in 1980,the biggest ever Swedish Lotto jackpot of SEK 237.67 million (€23 million) was awarded in 2013.

The Swedish Lotto takes place on Wednesdays at 17:15 (CEST) and on Saturdays at 18:15 (CEST)

UK Thunderball

A popular draw in the UK, Thunderball features set payouts for its top three tiers of £250, £5,000 and £500,000.

Draws take place four times a week. So that would be Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. They’re all shown live on the official website at 21:00 CEST.

Spanish Bonolotto

The largest ever Bonoloto jackpot of €7.1 million was awarded in November 2016.
There is no jackpot limit, so the jackpot can grow exponentially if there is no winner because the prize just rolls over.

The lottery features great odds, a low price and takes place every day apart from Sundays at 19:00.

California SuperLotto Plus

SuperLotto Plus is drawn every Wednesday and Saturday. The game began in 1986 as California Super Lotto. In 2000, the name was changed to SuperLotto Plus. Its starting jackpot is $7 million and it rises without a cap creating the potential for huge jackpots.

Mega Sena

Mega Sena is the biggest lottery in Brazil and South America and regularly creates huge jackpots, especially on New Year’s Eve when the jackpot is ramped up for the Mega Da Virada draw.

The draws take place on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 20:00 in Brasilia, Brazil, which works out at 23:00 CEST.

Canada 6/49

Launched on June 12, 1982, Lotto 6/49 was the first nationwide Canadian lottery game to allow players to choose their own numbers.

The largest single jackpot was drawn on October 17, 2015 for a jackpot of $64 million.

The draw takes place every Wednesday and Saturday evening, which equates to early on Thursday and Saturday mornings in Europe.

New York Lotto

The New York Lotto began in 1967, becoming the third modern US lottery. While it’s seen a slight dip in popularity due to the rise of Powerball and Mega Millions, New Yorkers from across the state still flock to buy tickets for the draws that take place every Wednesday and Saturday.

Florida Lotto

The Florida Lotto created its first $100 million jackpot in 1990 and has been thrilling Floridians ever since, creating countless millionaires.

The draw takes place every Wednesday and Saturday at 23:15, which works out as the early morning on Thursdays and Sundays in Europe.

Finnish Lotto

The Finnish Lotto, which is known as the Viekkaus Lotto in Finland, is hugely popular thanks to its generous jackpots and low price.

The record jackpot so far was in October 2012 when one lucky player won €12.2 million.

The draw takes place every Saturday evening in Helsinki.