WorldMillions Help & FAQ

WorldMillions is drawn every Thursday and Sunday in Europe. On Thursday you have until 6:30pm CET (Friday 2.30 am AEST/4.30am AEDT) to get your bets on, while on Sunday the draw closes at 6pm CET (Monday 2am AEST/4am AEDT). The draw is made by using numbers from two lottery companies, completely independent from Lottoland® – making WorldMillions completely transparent and tamper-proof.

What Is the WorldMillions Jackpot?

On Sunday draws, the jackpot is always $100 million, while on Thursdays it is $50 million. Sometimes we will even boost the jackpot to higher levels!

How Does Lottoland® Pay Out WorldMillions Prizes?

Lottoland® is one of the largest lottery betting providers in the world, with more than 5 million registered customers. Big jackpot winnings are secured through well-known international insurance companies. So, for each bet placed, Lottoland pays the insurance company, and then if somebody wins the jackpot, the insurance company will pay out on behalf of Lottoland. For smaller prizes, Lottoland pays the customer directly. Payouts are guaranteed and Lottoland is regulated by the states of Great Britain, Ireland, Gibraltar and Australia.

Do I Have to Share the WorldMillions Jackpot if Someone Else also Has the Same Numbers?

Never. Each number can only be bet on by one person, meaning that nobody else can have the same number as you and can therefore never win the jackpot at the same time.

How Is WorldMillions Drawn?

The numbers generated on WorldMillions draws come from two separate lottery draws – both of which are completely independent of Lottoland. The eight-digit WorldMillions winning number is derived from the last four digits of Plus5 (a supplementary game of KENO from the German Lotto) and the last four digits of the Austrian lottery game, ToiToiToi.

Where Can I Find the Winning Numbers for WorldMillions?

You can find the winning numbers for WorldMillions here: WorldMillions Results & Winning Numbers. If you’ve placed bets, you’ll also receive an email notification with the winning numbers.

What Are the Advantages of WorldMillions Compared to EuroMillions?

As well as normally having higher jackpots on WorldMillions than EuroMillions, the odds of winning the jackpot on WorldMillions (1 in 100,000,000) are significantly better than on EuroMillions (over 1 in 139,000,000).

Is it Possible to Bet from Australia?

Yes. You can bet on WorldMillions from Australia (all states except SA). Lottoland® is licensed in Australia by the NT Government, so betting on this lottery is completely legal. Any winnings are also tax-exempt.

What Are the Thursday Costs and Prizes?

A full bet on Thursday’s WorldMillions costs $5. This gives you the chance to win up to $50 million. The cost for half a share is $2.50, and a 1/10 game costs $0.50. So, for a half share, the top prize is $25 million, and for a 1/10 share it is $2.5 million. A full prize breakdown can be seen below:

  • Match all 8 numbers = $50,000,000
  • Match final 7 numbers = $500,000
  • Match final 6 numbers = $50,000
  • Match final 5 numbers = $5,000
  • Match final 4 numbers = $500
  • Match final 3 numbers = $50
  • Match final 2 numbers = $7.50
  • Match final number = $5

What Are the Sunday Costs and Prizes?

A full bet on Sunday’s WorldMillions costs $10. This gives you the chance to win up to $100 million. The cost for half a share is $5, and a 1/10 game costs $1. So, for a half share, the top prize is $50 million, and for a 1/10 share it is $5 million. A full prize breakdown can be seen below:

  • Match all 8 numbers = $100,000,000
  • Match final 7 numbers = $1,000,000
  • Match final 6 numbers = $100,000
  • Match final 5 numbers = $10,000
  • Match final 4 numbers = $1,000
  • Match final 3 numbers = $100
  • Match final 2 numbers = $15
  • Match final number = $10