Players can enjoy record-breaking jackpots with the Italian SuperEnalotto!
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The Italy SuperEnalotto ranks as the number one selection for lottery fans across Italy. This national lottery game is enjoyed by millions of players across Italy, and indeed throughout the world. This Italian lottery began in 1997, under the auspices of a private company, Sisal Spa. The Italy SuperEnalotto succeeded the Enalotto which was enjoyed in Italy since the 1950s. This national lottery game has a rich history, and by 2010 the Italy SuperEnalotto jackpot had exceeded €177 million. What is particularly noteworthy about this lottery game is that big jackpots are regularly recorded. In stark contrast to other international lottery games, the Italy SuperEnalotto does not limit the amount of rollovers. This is the primary reason why the jackpots grow as large as they do.
Details of the Italy SuperEnalotto Draws
Players from all over the world can participate in the Italy SuperEnalotto. The winning numbers are drawn at 8 PM in Italy, and this lottery is open to everyone, via online ticket purchases. Getting started with the Italy SuperEnalotto is a cinch: players simply need to choose 6 numbers between 1-90 for each lottery ticket they wish to play. The minimum required number of lines to play is 2. Draws for this lottery game are held 3 times a week at 8 PM – Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays - and all numbers are randomly selected by the Italy SuperEnalotto machine. An additional number is called – known as the Jolly number. It is similar to the UK Lotto game Bonus Ball. The Jolly number makes it easier for players to win consolation prizes if they miss the jackpot prize.
Added extras for Italy SuperEnalotto Players
The Italy SuperEnalotto showcases multiple added extras for players including: results, a checker, how to play, statistics, winners’ lists and official news. One of the most popular elements for players is the statistics number frequency checker. The regularly updated table makes it easy for players to see how many times each number in the 1-90 range has been drawn in previous Italy SuperEnalotto games. Players can quickly identify the most commonly called numbers, the most overdue numbers and the numbers that have been picked least since inception of the Italy SuperEnalotto game.