Games

Get ready for an adventure. Below, you’ll find a list of every game that features on Lotto Broker, with bite-sized chunks of information to help you quickly decide whether the game is right for you.

Chasing a big jackpot or just want to play whichever lottery game is next? No problem. You can sort and filter the list to get the information you want in just a few clicks.

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Current Jackpot (millions)

Current Jackpot: €51 Million Draw In: 05 Days 23 Hours 46 Mins 07 Secs
Draw Days: Friday
Draw Time: 9:00pm EET
Prize Odds: 1 in 26
Jackpot Odds: 1 in 95.3m
Played In: 18 countries
Format: 5/50 + 2/10
Current Jackpot: €47 Million Draw In: 03 Days 00 Hours 46 Mins 07 Secs
Draw Days: Tue & Fri
Draw Time: 9:00pm CET
Prize Odds: 1 in 13
Jackpot Odds: 1 in 139.8m
Played In: 13 countries
Format: 5/50 + 2/12
Current Jackpot: €10.4 Million Draw In: 00 Days 01 Hours 26 Mins 07 Secs
Draw Days: Thu & Sat
Draw Time: 9:30pm CET
Prize Odds: 1 in 8
Jackpot Odds: 1 in 139.8m
Supplementary Game: Joker
Played In: Spain
Format: 6/49 + 1/49
Current Jackpot: €4 Million Draw In: 00 Days 00 Hours 21 Mins 07 Secs
Draw Days: Mon, Wed & Sat
Draw Time: 8:30pm CET
Prize Odds: 1 in 5.99
Jackpot Odds: 1 in 19.1m
Supplementary Game: JOKER+
Played In: France
Format: 5/49 + 1/10
Current Jackpot: £3.8 Million Draw In: 00 Days 01 Hours 16 Mins 07 Secs
Draw Days: Wed & Sat
Draw Time: 7:45pm GMT
Prize Odds: 1 in 9.3
Jackpot Odds: 1 in 45.1m
Played In: UK
Format: 6/59 + 1/59
Current Jackpot: CA$5 Million Draw In: 00 Days 08 Hours 26 Mins 07 Secs
Draw Days: Wed & Sat
Draw Time: 10:30pm ET
Prize Odds: 1 in 6.6
Jackpot Odds: 1 in 14.0m
Played In: Canada
Format: 6/49 + 1/49
Current Jackpot: Updating... Draw In: 03 Days 22 Hours 11 Mins 07 Secs
Draw Days: Wed & Sat
Draw Time: 7:25pm CET
Prize Odds: 1 in 31
Jackpot Odds: 1 in 139.8m
Supplementary Game: Spiel 77 & Super 6
Played In: Germany
Format: 6/49 + 1/0-9
Current Jackpot: $82 Million Draw In: 03 Days 08 Hours 46 Mins 07 Secs
Draw Days: Tue & Fri
Draw Time: 11:00pm ET
Prize Odds: 1 in 24
Jackpot Odds: 1 in 302.6m
Supplementary Game: Megaplier
Played In: USA
Format: 5/70 + 1/25
Current Jackpot: A$2 Million Draw In: 02 Days 16 Hours 16 Mins 07 Secs
Draw Days: Tue
Draw Time: 08:30pm AEST/09:30pm AEDT
Prize Odds: 1 in 55
Jackpot Odds: 1 in 45.4m
Played In: Australia
Format: 7/45 + 2/45
Current Jackpot: $110 Million Draw In: 00 Days 08 Hours 45 Mins 07 Secs
Draw Days: Wed & Sat
Draw Time: 10:59pm ET
Prize Odds: 1 in 24.87
Jackpot Odds: 1 in 292.2m
Supplementary Game: Power Play
Played In: USA
Format: 5/69 + 1/26
Current Jackpot: Updating... Draw In: 02 Days 23 Hours 46 Mins 07 Secs
Draw Days: Tue, Thu & Sat
Draw Time: 8:00pm CET
Prize Odds: 1 in 20
Jackpot Odds: 1 in 622.6m
Supplementary Game: Super Star
Played In: Italy
Format: 6/90 + 1/90 + 1/90
Current Jackpot: $20 Million Draw In: 00 Days 08 Hours 31 Mins 07 Secs
Draw Days: Wed & Sat
Draw Time: 7:45pm PST
Prize Odds: 1 in 23
Jackpot Odds: 1 in 41.4m
Played In: California (US)
Format: 5/47 + 1/27

Game Format

The Game Format refers to the structure of the game and the number matrix that it follows.

For example, EuroJackpot operates a 5/50 game format, meaning that a player is required to choose five numbers from a ball pool of 1-50.

Various other games utilise a second, separate ball pool, which is where the accompanying bonus number gets picked.

For example, in addition to the five numbers a EuroJackpot player must pick for the main draw, they must also choose two extra “Euro numbers” from a ball pool of 1-10. Adding this ball pool to the original format, it is reflected in the table as: 5/50; 2/10.

Games that employ one ball pool normally require players to choose from a larger pool altogether - like SuperEnalotto - wherein players must choose six numbers from one ball pool of 90. As a result, in spite of whether a lottery game utilises one or two separate ball pools, the odds of winning adjust to reflect the amount of numbers contained within them.

Draw Day(s)

Fairly self-explanatory, the Draw Day(s) refers to the days when a certain lottery draw takes place.

If you’re looking to play more than once a week, you might consider France’s Loto or Italy’s SuperEnalotto, as both of these games can be played up to three times a week. Conversely, if you’d prefer to keep your lottery play to just once a week, EuroJackpot and Oz Lotto are two viable options.

Draw Times

Listed here are the lotteries’ draw times alongside their country’s local time zone. Bear in mind that occasionally, due to unforeseeable complications, the exact time of the draw may be out by a few minutes.

It’s also worthwhile noting that ticket sales for the imminent draw close just before it takes place. This ticket freeze varies from lottery to lottery, but it is normally between 15-30 minutes before the draw. For further clarification, contact the relevant lottery operator.

If you’re playing online, lottery messenger and betting services can close their ticket sales for a certain lottery a few hours before its draw. This is simply to ensure that everyone who has paid for a ticket is able to receive it.

Supplementary Games

Some lottery games are accompanied by one or more supplementary games. Depending on which lottery game you decide to play, entry into these games can either be optional or automatic (and so included in the price of a game’s main ticket).

Supplementary games are normally in place to allow players a sort-of second chance of winning a prize, but they can also sometimes enhance an existing prize that has been won on the main lottery draw.

For example, if you were to choose the Megaplier option whilst playing America’s Mega Millions game, or the Power Play option whilst playing America’s Powerball game, any prize you might win by matching a certain amount of numbers on the main draw would be improved, paying out more money than the original prize.

In other games, such as California SuperLotto Plus’ 2nd Chance or the UK’s EuroMillions Millionaire Maker, your original draw ticket is automatically entered into a separate draw, offering you a second chance to win.

Games like the UK’s EuroMillions Millionaire Maker do not negate any prizes that may have initially been won on the main draw, so if you were to get really lucky and win a prize on that as well as on the Millionaire Maker draw, you’d get to keep both.

Participating Countries/States

Easily find out the country or countries taking part in the accompanying game. To save time, we have included the links to the individual pages of multistate and multinational lotteries, where you can find a breakdown of each participating state, jurisdiction, or country.

Overall Odds

This is self-explanatory - the odds of winning on any of the available prize tiers on whichever lottery you are looking at.

These odds refer to the prize tiers found on the lottery’s main game, as supplementary games typically work with odds of their own. Some of the supplementary game odds can fluctuate depending on how many players are taking part in a certain draw, as they tend to work similar to a raffle – this means the more players there are, the more people your ticket has to beat.

Odds of Winning the Jackpot

Check out the odds of winning the jackpot prize on each lottery game. Although these odds are estimations, they do not change with each draw, and so can be referred to as “fixed odds.”

While the jackpot odds are fixed, they can change if and when a lottery operator decides to change the overall operation of the game. For example, in October 2015, the like the UK Lotto added ten more numbers to its main ball set, so players now have to choose six numbers from a ball pool of 59 whereas before it was six numbers from a ball pool of 49. This change not only affected the odds of winning, but also went towards creating larger jackpots.

Next Draw Date

Some lottery games can be played once or twice a week — others can be played every day!

In this section, you’ll see exactly when the next draw for a particular game will take place.

Current Jackpot

While some games feature a fixed jackpot (one that doesn’t change), others offer a rolling jackpot, so the prize can grow to an enormous amount over time.

This area shows you what the next jackpot for a particular game is going to be, but bear in mind that these are often estimated amounts.

More Information

Has a game in the list caught your eye? If you’re curious to learn more about it, just press “More Info” and you’ll be taken to that game’s full page, which will be full of useful and important information.