Although SuperEnalotto is one of the most popular lotteries in Italy, there are a host of other games available to play. From the traditional Lotto to Eurojackpot which is played across Europe, find out more below.
Lotto draws take place on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings at 20:00 CET. You can bet on any of the ten draws named after cities across Italy, as well as the National wheel draw.
Simbolotto is a free game that is played alongside Lotto every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. It is linked to a specific Lotto wheel every month, so only players who play that wheel are eligible to play Simbolotto.
There are three different methods of playing 10eLotto; Lotto (del Lotto) draw, 5 Minute (ogni 5 minuti) draw and the Instant Win (immediata) draw. Win up to €5 million with bets starting at €1.
MillionDay draws are held every day at 13:00 and 20:30 CET. The game offers a take-home jackpot prize of €1,000,000 and costs €1 to play.
SiVinceTutto is a weekly draw, held on Wednesdays, which guarantees to pay out its full prize fund in every draw, even if there is no jackpot winner.
Lotteria Italia is a special raffle game that occurs once a year. It offers big cash prizes as well as the opportunity to win smaller amounts every day.
VinciCasa is a daily draw offering a €500,000 jackpot, €300,000 of which must be used to purchase property in Italy.
Played in 18 European countries, Eurojackpot has a total of 12 prize tiers and offers jackpots of up to €90 million.
Win for Life
There are two different versions of Win for Life, Classico and Grattacieli, both offering jackpots that consist of monthly payments paid over 20 years.
Play Six is an online instant game where players must select six numbers from 1 to 36, prizes start from matching as few as three numbers.