SuperEnalotto Players Welcome New Rules

This Tuesday saw SuperEnalotto conduct its first draw following dramatic changes to its prize structure. The draw saw an astonishing 321,431 players each claim a prize, including 272,517 participants who matched two main numbers to win €5.53 each. Although the jackpot remained intact, one lucky player did manage to scoop a super €34,647 when they matched four main numbers and the SuperStar.

Thanks to these fresh rules, ticket holders now need to match just two numbers from the main SuperEnalotto draw to win a cash reward, increasing the overall chances of winning a prize to just 1 in 20. This perhaps comes as a welcome relief to the regular participants of what is widely considered to be the world’s most challenging lottery.

Fans will also benefit from faster-growing jackpots that are certain to spark excitement and interest, not just in Italy, but with SuperEnalotto fans around the world. The game’s current record jackpot stands at €177.7 million, which was won in October 2010 when a syndicate of 70 overcame the odds to end an eight-month wait for a winner of the top prize, but history may be rewritten should the jackpot continue to grow.

The new SuperEnalotto rules do seem to have breathed new life into this stalwart of Italian gaming culture, and with the current jackpot standing at €41.5 million for tonight’s draw, greater interest is almost certain to build as players seek to break a rollover streak that has been going since July 2015. SuperEnalotto tickets can be purchased online or from authorised retailers across Italy. To find out more about the game, visit the SuperEnalotto page. Good luck and have fun!

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