SuperEnalotto Winners

SuperEnalotto winners come in many forms, whether a single-ticket jackpot winner from Lazio, a Milanese syndicate, or one of around 25,000 people per draw who win a prize by matching the SuperStar. This page will guide you through the winner statistics for SuperEnalotto draws and show you which regions in Italy have recorded the most jackpot wins.

Tier

SuperEnalotto Winners By Prize Tier

Prize Tier Lowest Ever Winners Highest Ever Winners Average Winners Per Draw Odds of Winning
WinBox 1 - €25 1,302 22,328 2,238.4 1 in 3,000
WinBox 2 - €500 0 5 2.1 1 in 13
WinBox 2 - €100 10 31 21.2
WinBox 2 - €20 127 280 212.1
WinBox 2 - €2 132,725 282,244 211,961.8
Match 6 0 1 0.0 1 in 622,614,630
Match 5 + Jolly 0 2 0.1 1 in 103,769,105
Match 5 0 288 6.7 1 in 1,250,230
Match 4 245 2,851 568.5 1 in 11,907
Match 3 9,867 60,197 21,088.9 1 in 327
Match 2 158,753 601,387 321,386.8 1 in 22
Match 5 + SuperStar 0 1 0.0 1 in 112,520,716
Match 4 + SuperStar 0 22 3.1 1 in 1,071,626
Match 3 + SuperStar 38 512 117.8 1 in 29,404
Match 2 + SuperStar 691 4,689 1,763.9 1 in 1,936
Match 1 + SuperStar 5,212 26,255 11,259.4 1 in 303
Match 0 + SuperStar 11,248 61,095 24,881.6 1 in 138
Second Chance 1 62 144 101.5 1 in 221
Second Chance 2 9,321 21,702 15,308.1
Overall odds of winning a prize: 1 in 3

Lowest, highest and average winners are calculated using results drawn between 07/07/2023 and 22/06/2024.

Location

Jackpot Winners by Region

Campania

Campania, home to Naples, Sorrento and Pompeii, is the most successful SuperEnalotto region, although only the third largest in terms of population. The biggest prize won in Campania is €101.5 million.

Lazio

Lazio is the region that contains Italy’s capital, Rome, and whilst it is second in terms of total jackpot winners, the biggest prize won in the region does not even make the top 20 jackpots won in the history of the game. Lazio’s largest payout was €44.3 million on a ticket bought in Montopoli di Sabina for the draw on 29th September 1999.

Bologna

In third place is Emilia Romagna, the country’s sixth most populous region. A player from Parma shared the game’s fourth biggest jackpot in February 2010, taking home half of the €139 million top prize.

Lombardy

Lombardy is Italy’s largest region by population, but only the eighth most successful SuperEnalotto area. Its largest winner is the Milanese player who banked €71.7 million in May 2005.

Milan

The ticket that won the biggest ever SuperEnalotto jackpot was bought in Milan on behalf of a nationwide syndicate, but doesn’t count towards Lombardy’s statistics as it comprised 70 players from 38 different towns and cities across the country in the draw on 30th October 2010. Another huge syndicate win saw 56 players from 55 separate municipalities share €40.7 million on 29th June 2013. Take a look at the Systems and Strategies page for more details on the advantages of playing SuperEnalotto in a syndicate.

Region Numbers of Winners
Campania 20
Lazio 16
Emilia Romagna 12
Puglia 10
Veneto 9
Tuscany 9
Piemonte 7
Lombardy 6
Sardinia 6
Sicily 6
Calabria 6
Abruzzo 3
Friuli-Venezia Giulia 3
Umbria 2
Syndicate Entries 2
Basilicata 1
Marche 1
SuperEnalotto Raffle Winners

SuperEnalotto Raffle Winners by Region

Occasionally, special SuperEnalotto draws reward a set number of players with prizes worth €1 million. The dedicated SuperEnalotto Raffle page explains how these events work and you can find the most successful Raffle regions here:

Region Numbers of Winners
Lombardy 16
Lazio 7
Sardinia 4
Campania 3
Emilia Romagna 3
Puglia 3
Sicily 3
Abruzzo 2
Friuli-Venezia Giulia 2
Umbria 2
Liguria 1
Piedmont 1
Tuscany 1
Veneto 1
Online 1