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Sweden Viking Lotto
Try your luck at the Sweden Viking Lotto!
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The Sweden Viking Lotto was created in 1993 and was the first multi-national lottery which included several Scandinavian countries. The participating countries include: Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Iceland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. This lottery was created to increase participation and the size of the jackpot.
The draws for the Sweden Viking Lotto are held weekly, every Wednesday.
How to Play
To play this lottery, players must select 6 numbers between 1 and 48. In addition, during the draw two different bonus balls are chosen from the same drum as the regular numbers. The bonus number is only used to determine the second place prize. Players can use a 10 line form, 5 line form or systematic form. The systematic form gives players a better chance of winning the lottery because it includes all possible number combinations. Players can win the jackpot by correctly choosing all 6 numbers. The secondary prizes can be won when players match between 3 and 5 of the numbers. The only way the second place prize can be hit is if players correctly choose 5 of the numbers plus the bonus number.
Lottery Age Limit
You must be at least 18 years old to play the Sweden Viking Lotto.
The following countries participate in Sweden Viking Lotto: Estonia, Denmark, Sweden, Iceland, Finland, Lithuania, Norway and Latvia
In the Sweden Viking Lotto, there are 5 prizes that can be won including the jackpot prize. The prize structure of this lottery is as follow:
- 1st place prize: Match all 6 numbers
- 2nd place prize: Match 5 numbers plus the bonus number
- 3rd place prize: Match 5 numbers
- 4th place prize: Match 4 numbers
- 5th place prize: Match 3 numbers
The jackpot prize for the Sweden Viking Lotto will continue to grow until it is won.
For players to win the jackpot, they need to match all 6 numbers.
The biggest jackpot that was ever won in the Sweden Viking Lotto was €15 million in March of 2010.
Distribution of Revenue
If the jackpot is not hit it will rollover to the next draw. Some of the proceeds from the Sweden Viking Lotto are donated to local communities in the participating countries. In Denmark, the proceeds are used for non-profit organizations and sports associations such as the Danish Organization for Disabled Persons. In Finland, the proceeds are used for youth activities, arts and science programs.