You’re betting on the outcome of France’s Loto draw.
Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday – all at 19:30 UK Time.
Local tax regulations may apply in your country of residence.
High-end fashion, sky high towers, and world-famous art collections aren’t the only giants in France!
With an opening jackpot of €2 million, French Lotto is in keeping with France’s greatest luxuries.
With regular rollovers only capped at a whopping €36 million, there’s no doubt about why French Lotto remains so popular. And, with 3 draws every week, you can imagine how fast the jackpot grows!
With a French Lotto+ Syndicate Bet, you could win a slice of one of our finest pay-outs.
(Good luck!) 🤞🏽
So, how does a French Lotto+ Syndicate actually work?
Our Syndicate Games allow you to enjoy betting on the world’s biggest jackpots with people from all over the world, giving you more chances of winning a pay-out for less.
Each French Lotto+ Syndicate Bet gives you 55 chances to win a share of the prize if your numbers come up!
What happens if my Syndicate wins?
After your French Lotto+ Syndicate Bet is electronically checked against the official Loto results, any winnings from your bet are divided equally between you and the 149 other lucky syndicate ducks!
100% of your winnings are deposited into your Player Account straight away and no deductions are made.
THE HISTORY OF FRENCH LOTTO
- 1505: King Francis I introduced the lottery to his citizens. 500 years down the line, the basic rules are still in place. 🏰
- 1976: French Lotto was established as a Paris-only lottery. Pretty quickly, its massive popularity meant it had to be extended nationwide.
- 2011: In June 2011, French Lotto had its biggest jackpot to date! One lucky winner got their hands on a gigantic €24 million. 😲
- 2016: French Lotto celebrated 40 years of millionaire-making as France’s most popular game. Cheers to that! 👏🏽
THE DRAW YOU’RE BETTING ON
France's Loto is drawn in Paris by Française des Jeux (FDJ), the operator of all French national lottery games. Using two drum machines, 5 Main Numbers are drawn from the first, before the ‘Lucky Number’ is drawn from the second.
The winning combination is left on the display rail. Et voilà!
ODDS AND PRIZES
Head on over to our Odds and Prizes page to see what our bangin’ pay-outs are based on and check out all the odds! 📜
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