How Lottery Fans Can Take Part in International Games

How Lottery Fans Can Take Part in International Games

The rise of online lottery services has helped fans to enjoy games even when they are not based in the same country, and this month is giving you the chance to win Powerball without spending any money.

Lottery Betting

Lottery fans in the past always had to take part in games which were based where they live, such as SuperEnalotto in Italy. The only way they could participate in other lotteries would be if they were visiting somewhere else, and they would then have to make sure they claimed any prizes won in the same location.

However, online services such as now allow fans to bet on the results of international lotteries, regardless of where they live. People in the UK, for example, can choose which SuperEnalotto numbers they think will come up and win all the same prizes as someone in Italy who has bought an official ticket.

Similarly, Italian residents can bet on other lotteries such as EuroMillions and Powerball to try and win huge jackpots. Powerball holds the record for setting the biggest jackpot in the world, having reached $1.58 billion in January 2016, while EuroMillions jackpots grow quickly due to the fact that nine countries participate, and a player from Spain won €190 million as recently as Friday 6th October.

Free Powerball Bet

This month, it gets even better as you can receive a free Powerball bet. All you need to do is place a bet on EuroMillions at When you get to the checkout, enter the promo code POWERBALL and you will have the chance to select your own numbers for the next big draw.

The promotion runs until 30th November, so you just have to make sure you bet on EuroMillions before the end of the month. Each customer is entitled to receive one free Powerball bet during the promotional period.

Once you have placed your bet on EuroMillions and received your free Powerball entry, you can look forward to two huge draws and the chance to pick up prizes in both.

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Last Updated: Monday 10 September, 2018 at 18:14
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