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Sweden Lotto Introduction

The Swedish Lotto is one of many official lottery games in Sweden, all of which are organised by Svenska Spel, a company that was founded back in 1997 and has worked to provide a number of top lottery games ever since. Tickets to the Swedish Lotto are sold through thousands of official outlets in Sweden and they can also be purchased online by Swedish and non-Swedish players.


Svenska Spel is owned by the Swedish government and is also responsible for operating four major casinos in Sweden.


How to Play Sweden Lotto

A Swedish Lotto ticket consists of 7 numbers from 1 to 35, with the jackpot paid to the player or players who match all 7. There is a bonus number in the Swedish Lotto, and this comes into play during the second prize tier, but it does not feature at any other time and it is not selected by the players.


The Swedish Lotto allows for system games, which are rare in European lotteries but have been used everywhere from the MegaSena in Brazil to the Saturday TattsLotto in Australia. This option allows players to play more than 7 numbers (between 8 and 12) and to win via a variety of means. It increases the cost and it also makes the game a little more complicated, but at the same time it offers players additional ways to win and has proven to be popular choice with more experienced lottery players.


You need to be at least 18 to play the Swedish Lotto.


Jackpots and Records

The Swedish Lotto has paid out jackpot prizes in excess of €20 million before. However, these are paid to players who win the Swedish Lotto and the “Extra Game” and the jackpot on the Swedish Lotto itself is typically much smaller, with a guaranteed amount of €1 million.


Winning Odds of Sweden Lotto

Every Swedish Lotto ticket has a 1 in 6.7 million chance of winning the jackpot. The odds of scooping the second highest prize, which goes to the players who get 6 main numbers and the bonus number, are 1 in 240,161, while the smallest prize returns odds of 1 in 59.


Sweden Lotto Introduction

The Swedish Lotto is one of many official lottery games in Sweden, all of which are organised by Svenska Spel, a company that was founded back in 1997 and has worked to provide a number of top lottery games ever since. Tickets to the Swedish Lotto are sold through thousands of official outlets in Sweden and they can also be purchased online by Swedish and non-Swedish players.


Svenska Spel is owned by the Swedish government and is also responsible for operating four major casinos in Sweden.


How to Play Sweden Lotto

A Swedish Lotto ticket consists of 7 numbers from 1 to 35, with the jackpot paid to the player or players who match all 7. There is a bonus number in the Swedish Lotto, and this comes into play during the second prize tier, but it does not feature at any other time and it is not selected by the players.


The Swedish Lotto allows for system games, which are rare in European lotteries but have been used everywhere from the MegaSena in Brazil to the Saturday TattsLotto in Australia. This option allows players to play more than 7 numbers (between 8 and 12) and to win via a variety of means. It increases the cost and it also makes the game a little more complicated, but at the same time it offers players additional ways to win and has proven to be popular choice with more experienced lottery players.


You need to be at least 18 to play the Swedish Lotto.


Jackpots and Records

The Swedish Lotto has paid out jackpot prizes in excess of €20 million before. However, these are paid to players who win the Swedish Lotto and the “Extra Game” and the jackpot on the Swedish Lotto itself is typically much smaller, with a guaranteed amount of €1 million.


Winning Odds of Sweden Lotto

Every Swedish Lotto ticket has a 1 in 6.7 million chance of winning the jackpot. The odds of scooping the second highest prize, which goes to the players who get 6 main numbers and the bonus number, are 1 in 240,161, while the smallest prize returns odds of 1 in 59.