Italy has a great many loves, but the SuperEna stands head and shoulders above any other when it comes to lottery games. First established in the 1950’s as the “EnaLotto”, it was later rebranded as the SuperEnaLotto. The game is now revered and respected the world over and in October 2010, it made Italian history by producing a massive €175 million jackpot.
6 numbers between 1 and 90 are selected for each draw per entry that you wish to make. Every SuperEnalotto line you play costs €1 and you can win a prize by matching anything from two balls upwards. Matching the bonus number, known as the Jolly number, will aid you in making your 6 matched numbered jackpot even bigger.
Players who match the winning numbers and have chosen the SuperStar play option can inflate their earnings by as much as €250 million – and it only comes around on special occasions.
If no there are no jackpot winners on a particular draw, a rollover will take place and the value is then added to the jackpot fund of the next SuperEnaLotto draw.
|The SuperEna Tiers||Main Number||Jolly Number|
|1st tier||6 numbers|
|2nd tier||5 numbers||+ 1 Jolly number|
|3rd tier||5 numbers|
|4th tier||4 numbers|
|5th tier||3 numbers|
|6th tier||2 numbers|
For all the latest breakdowns and draws, check out the SuperEnaLotto results!
All across the board, it seems that none of the top lotteries have produced a winner this weekend. That means one thing - rollovers! This has resulted in some of the biggest potential jackpots seen in recent weeks. The biggest of which is that of the US Powerball which is currently boasting a massive windfall of €212,000,000 ($236 Million).