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|Podziały||Ilość trafień||Szanse na wygraną||Nagroda pieniężna|
|1||7||1:5 379 616||8 837 760.00 kr≈€821 826.70|
|2||6 + 1||1:256 172||138 585.00 kr≈€12 887.07|
|3||6||1:32 021||4 600.00 kr≈€427.76|
*≈ : Due to the exchange rate difference, the prize amount may not match your actual winning money.
Should you decide to play Norway Lotto you will always be able to check the latest results of this popular draw on our website to see if your chosen numbers match the winning ones. The draw takes place just once a week and if do elect to play Norway Lotto then Saturday is the day for your notebook. This draw debuted in 1986 (April the 12th to be precise) and is organized by Norsk Tipping company, and when the game began it was made abundantly clear to the people of Norway that a substantial part of the draw’s profits would go to good causes across the land. Norsk Tipping have always worked very closely with the Norwegian government with sport and culture always at the top of the priority list. Those who play Norway Lotto will be required to pick 7 numbers from a possible range of 34, a somewhat unusual guess range compared to most lotteries. The jackpot is won if any player matches their 7 numbers with the 7 main numbers that fall from the Norway Lotto drum on a Saturday evening. An 8th number is also drawn and this ball is known as the bonus ball and whilst it has no influence on the jackpot it does alter and boost prizes in the lower prize divisions.
Since its inception those who play Norway Lotto in its home country have ensured it’s the most popular lottery game in the land, and nowhere is it more well loved than the county of Akershus which is home to the draw’s biggest ever winner. The promotional work done by the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Culture is also a great asset to the draw as Norwegians can see which sport and culture projects have benefited from the profits the draw makes. Other ‘’good causes’’ outside of sport and culture also benefit.