FAQ. Questions & Answers about the Lottery Generator
LottoGen generates personal or random lucky numbers for the following lotteries:
Powerball (USA)
Players choose five numbers from a first set of numbers ranging from 1 to 69 (called white balls), and one number from a second set of numbers ranging from 1 to 26 (called Powerballs, or red balls). The drawing order of the numbers (balls) is irrelevant.
Powerball's highest jackpot was $1.586 billion, won on January 13, 2016 and split by three tickets. It was also the largest prize won in a US lottery and all over the world.
Mega Millions (USA)
Players choose five numbers from a first set of numbers ranging from 1 to 56, and one number from a second set of numbers ranging from 1 to 46 (called Mega Number). The drawing order of the numbers is irrelevant.
Mega Millions's highest jackpot was $1.537 billion, won on October 23, 2018 with a single ticket.
Lotto 6/49 (Canada)
Players choose six numbers from a set of numbers ranging from 1 to 49 (hence the name). The drawing order of the numbers is irrelevant.
Lotto 6/49's jackpot is capped to CA $70 million. The highest payout was $64 million, won on October 17, 2015 with a single ticket. It was also the largest prize won in a Canadian lottery.
Lotto Max (Canada)
Players choose seven numbers from a first set of numbers ranging from 1 to 50 (it used to be 49, originally and before than May 2019). The drawing order of the numbers is irrelevant.
Lotto Max's main jackpot is capped at CA $70 million. The largest sum won was CA $65 million, which happened on June 11, 2019, by a single ticket.
Daily Grand (Grande vie) (Canada)
Players choose seven numbers from a first set of numbers ranging from 1 to 49, and one number from a second set of numbers ranging from 1 to 7 (called Grand Number, it used to be up to 5 originally). The drawing order of the numbers is irrelevant.
Daily Grand's top prize is a life annuity of CA $1000 per day, with an optional CA $7,000,000 lump sum.
EuroJackpot (Europe)
EuroJackpot is an international European lottery held in Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden.
Players choose five numbers from a first set of numbers ranging from 1 to 50, and two numbers from a second set of numbers ranging from 1 to 10 (called Euronumbers). The drawing order of the numbers is irrelevant.
EuroJackpot's jackpot is capped to 90 million euros. The first winning draw of 90 million occurred on May 15, 2015.
EuroMillions (Europe)
EuroMillions is an international European lottery held in UK, France, Spain (the founding members), Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal, Switzerland.
Players choose five numbers from a first set of numbers ranging from 1 to 50, and two numbers from a second set of numbers ranging from 1 to 2 (called Lucky Stars). The drawing order of the numbers is irrelevant.
EuroJackpot's jackpot is progressively capped, which means that the cap is increased by 5 million euros every time a capped jackpot is won. The first cap of 185 million euros was set on November 7, 2009 and won on July 12, 2011. The largest jackpot payed out so far was 200 million, won on December 11, 2020.
SuperEnalotto (Italy)
Players choose six numbers from a first set of numbers ranging from 1 to 90 (though 7 numbers are drawn, with the extra number called "Jolly" which gives an extra chance of winning, matching the five of the first six numbers drawn with the Jolly number), and one numbers from a second set of numbers ranging from 1 to 90 as well (called SuperStar). The drawing order of the numbers is irrelevant.
Super Enalotto's highest jackpot was 209'106'441 euros, won on August 13, 2019 with a single ticket of 6 + 1 numbers chosen pseudorandomly by the shop's terminal ("quick pick").
MillionDay (Italy)
Players choose five numbers from a set of numbers ranging from 1 to 55. The drawing order of the numbers is irrelevant.
Million Day's top prize is 1 million euros for the players that guesses all the 5 drawn number correctly. The first winning draw of 1 million occurred on February 16, 2018.
El Gordo de la Primitiva (Spain)
Players choose five numbers from a first set of numbers ranging from 1 to 54, and one numbers from a second set of 10 numbers ranging from 0 to 9 (called Numero Clave, that is Key Number). The drawing order of the numbers is irrelevant.
"El Gordo" means "The Fat One", and the phrase is generically used in other lotteries in Spain as a name for the largest prize.
National Lottery Lotto (UK)
Players choose six numbers from a set of numbers ranging from 1 to 59. The drawing order of the numbers is irrelevant.
National Lottery Thunderball (UK)
Players choose five numbers from a first set of numbers ranging from 1 to 39, and one number from a second set of numbers ranging from 1 to 14 (called Thunderball). The drawing order of the numbers is irrelevant.
National Lottery Set for Life (UK)
Players choose five numbers from a first set of numbers ranging from 1 to 47, and one number from a second set of numbers ranging from 1 to 10 (called Life Ball). The drawing order of the numbers is irrelevant.
National Lottery Lotto (Ireland)
Players choose six numbers from a first set of numbers ranging from 1 to 47, and one number from a second set of numbers ranging from 1 to 47 as well (called Bonus). The drawing order of the numbers is irrelevant.
Irish Lotto's largest jackpot was 18.9 million euros, won on June 28, 2008 by a syndicate of 16 players.
Mifal HaPayis Lottery (Israel)
Players choose six numbers from a first set of numbers ranging from 1 to 37, and one number from a second set of numbers ranging from 1 to 8 (called Strong Number). The drawing order of the numbers is irrelevant.
Quini 6 (Argentina)
Players choose six numbers from a set of 46 numbers ranging from 0 to 45. The drawing order of the numbers is irrelevant.