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WorldMillions Help & FAQ

WorldMillions is drawn every Thursday and Sunday. On Thursday, you have until 17:30 (UK Time) to place your bets, while on Sunday you must do so by 17:00 (UK Time).

How does WorldMillions work?

There is no single draw for the WorldMillions. The final number drawn is actually made from two separate lottery draws: Germany’s Plus5 and Austria’s ToiToiToi. These lotteries are independent from Lottoland and independent from each other, making WorldMillions completely transparent and tamper-proof.

The WorldMillions winning number is derived by the following: The first four numbers are taken from the last 4 digits of Plus5 — the add-on game to German Keno. The last four digits of WorldMillions are taken from the last 4 digits of ToiToiToi.

How do I make a bet?

You select an eight-digit number. Only one person can bet on any given number, which means you’ll never have to share a jackpot. By setting up a subscription, you can ensure that nobody else takes your number.

What is a fraction of a bet?

With WorldMillions you can stake a full line, half a line or a tenth of a line.

If you stake half of a line bet, you pay half the full stake and any receive half of the prize money if you win — this works the same as the staking a tenth.

Even with a tenth of a stake, which costs just £1, you can win up to £10 million. Staking lower amounts means that you can place more bets and increase your chances of winning.

How much can I win?

Any prize is based on how many numbers you match.

You win the jackpot amount of either draw if you correctly guess all 8 numbers in order.

You also win prizes by matching the last set of digits of the winning number. How much you win depends on how many you correctly guess.

For example, if you correctly guess the last number only, then you win the bottom prize tier. If you guess the last two numbers, you win the next prize tier up and so on up until the jackpot.

What are the prize tiers?

A full stake on Thursday’s WorldMillions costs £5 and you can win the top prize amount of £50 million.

The cost for half a stake is £2.50 and the top prize amount you can win is £25 million. A tenth of a stake costs 50p and the top prize you can win is £5 million.

The 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

Sunday Costs and Prizes

A full stake on Sunday’s WorldMillions costs £10 and you can win the top prize amount of £100 million.

The cost for half a stake is £5 and the top prize amount you can win is £50 million. A tenth of a stake costs £1 and the top prize you can win is £10 million.

The 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 = £1000

Match final 3 numbers = £100

Match final 2 numbers = £15

Match final number = £10

Where can I find the winning numbers for WorldMillions?

You can find the winning numbers for WorldMillions online at: https://www.lottoland.co.uk/worldmillions/results-winning-numbers

If you’ve made a bet, you’ll also receive an email notification with the winning numbers.

What are the advantage 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 the UK?

Yes. You can bet on WorldMillions from the UK. Lottoland has state licenses in several EU countries, so betting on this lottery is completely legal. Any winnings are also tax-exempt.

Will I have to share the jackpot?

For each draw, each number can only be assigned once. This means that you’ll never have to share a jackpot if you win.

How can I be sure I will get paid?

We are audited by KPMG and fully licensed by the UK Gambling Commission. In order for us to retain this license we have to prove that we are able to make the required payments to our players should they win.

 

Smaller Payments 

We make all payouts directly from the fund we have acquired from total stake sales. 

Larger Payments 

We take out policies with world leading insurers to cover larger payments.