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Latest SuperEnalotto Results ›

SuperEnalotto was launched in Italy in 1997 and is the country’s biggest lottery. Thanks to online lottery concierge services, people all over the world can take part in SuperEnalotto and attempt to win jackpots that can grow to massive amounts. Players select six numbers ranging from 1 to 90, matching them all to win the game’s top prize. Following several changes to the game in February 2016, the value of the jackpot increases more rapidly between rollovers and the chances of winning a prize have shortened from 1 in 318 to 1 in 20.

There are six winning SuperEnalotto prize tiers and you can boost the prize for matching five main numbers by also matching the Jolly, which is drawn from the same pool after the main balls have been dispensed. The number of matches needed to win in each prize tier and the odds of this happening are detailed below:

Numbers Matched Estimated Prize Odds of Winning
6 main numbers Jackpot 1 in 622,614,630
5 main numbers + Jolly €311,000 1 in 103,769,105
5 main numbers €32,000 1 in 1,235,346
4 main numbers €300 1 in 11,907
3 main numbers €25 1 in 327
2 main numbers €5 1 in 22

SuperEnalotto SuperStar

SuperEnalotto players also have the option of purchasing an additional SuperStar number between 1 and 90. The SuperStar is drawn by a separate machine and multiplies the value of the prize if matched with three, four or five of the main draw numbers. Players receive fixed prizes for matching the SuperStar number on its own or with one or two of the main numbers.

Here are the prize tiers and odds of winning for SuperStar:

Numbers Matched Prize Odds of Winning
5 + SuperStar 25 x Match 5 Prize 1 in 112,500,000
4 + SuperStar 100 x Match 4 Prize 1 in 1,071,626
3 + SuperStar 100 x Match 3 Prize 1 in 29,404
2 + SuperStar €100 1 in 1,936
1 + SuperStar €10 1 in 303
SuperStar €5 1 in 138

SuperEnalotto Draws

SuperEnalotto is drawn every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 20:00 CET. Throughout the game’s history, five jackpots in excess of €100 million have been won, with the biggest jackpot of €209 million going to a player in Lodi, Lombardy, on 13th August 2019.

Visit the SuperEnalotto Results page soon after the draws take place to find out whether you are a winner.

SuperEnalotto sits alongside other big world lotteries, such as EuroMillions, Powerball and Mega Millions, thanks to the massive rollovers that attract players from across the globe to snap up tickets.