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Belgium Lotto Introduction

Lotteries have existed in Belgium since 1934, when the “Colonial Lottery” was launched as a way to fund a Belgian colony in the Congo. This lottery continued for a number of years and in 1953 its funds were donated to the Red Cross for a relief effort after a major flood. In the 1960s this lottery morphed into the Belgian National Lottery and in 1978 the first Belgium Lotto as we know it today was drawn.


The organisers of the Belgium Lotto, the Nationale Loterij, have been proactive in bringing change and innovation to these games, and to changing the gambling landscape of Belgium in general. They have even created lottery slot machines!


How to Play Belgium Lotto

The Belgium Lotto is drawn every Wednesday and Saturday at 7pm local time. Players are tasked with choosing 6 numbers from a possible 45, and if their numbers come in then they can claim a jackpot of at least €1 million. There is also something known as the Lucky Lotto Code, which promises to pay 300 lucky winners a total of €500 each during every single Belgium Lotto draw, and a Joker+, which adds even more excitement and potential to the lotto draw.


If the jackpot is not claimed during any game week then it will roll-over to the next one, and there is no limit to how high it can climb.


Jackpots and Records

The Belgium Lotto has a total of 8 prize tiers. The lowest of these is awarded to players who match 1 main number and the bonus ball, while the highest is the jackpot and is paid to players who match all 6 main numbers.


Winning Odds of Belgium Lotto

Every Belgium Lotto ticket has a 1 in 8.1 million chance of winning the jackpot, making this one of the most accessible lotteries in Europe, especially when you consider there is a guaranteed jackpot of 7 figures. The odds of winning the second highest prize on the Belgium Lotto are 1 in 1.3 million.


To put these odds into perspective, the SuperEnaLotto, which is the national lottery of Italy, has jackpot odds of 1 in 622 million, while the US Powerball has odds of 1 in 292 million.


Belgium Lotto Introduction

Lotteries have existed in Belgium since 1934, when the “Colonial Lottery” was launched as a way to fund a Belgian colony in the Congo. This lottery continued for a number of years and in 1953 its funds were donated to the Red Cross for a relief effort after a major flood. In the 1960s this lottery morphed into the Belgian National Lottery and in 1978 the first Belgium Lotto as we know it today was drawn.


The organisers of the Belgium Lotto, the Nationale Loterij, have been proactive in bringing change and innovation to these games, and to changing the gambling landscape of Belgium in general. They have even created lottery slot machines!


How to Play Belgium Lotto

The Belgium Lotto is drawn every Wednesday and Saturday at 7pm local time. Players are tasked with choosing 6 numbers from a possible 45, and if their numbers come in then they can claim a jackpot of at least €1 million. There is also something known as the Lucky Lotto Code, which promises to pay 300 lucky winners a total of €500 each during every single Belgium Lotto draw, and a Joker+, which adds even more excitement and potential to the lotto draw.


If the jackpot is not claimed during any game week then it will roll-over to the next one, and there is no limit to how high it can climb.


Jackpots and Records

The Belgium Lotto has a total of 8 prize tiers. The lowest of these is awarded to players who match 1 main number and the bonus ball, while the highest is the jackpot and is paid to players who match all 6 main numbers.


Winning Odds of Belgium Lotto

Every Belgium Lotto ticket has a 1 in 8.1 million chance of winning the jackpot, making this one of the most accessible lotteries in Europe, especially when you consider there is a guaranteed jackpot of 7 figures. The odds of winning the second highest prize on the Belgium Lotto are 1 in 1.3 million.


To put these odds into perspective, the SuperEnaLotto, which is the national lottery of Italy, has jackpot odds of 1 in 622 million, while the US Powerball has odds of 1 in 292 million.