Euro Millions

Considered as Europe's most popular Lottery, Euro Millions is a transnational lottery game with nine participating member countries: the UK, France, Spain, Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal and Switzerland.

Euro Millions' 13 prize divisions are pari-mutuel - which means that the prizes for each division are not fixed. The amounts vary depending on that week's ticket sales, the jackpot amount and the number of winners in that division.

Euro Millions can roll over time and again until the jackpot reaches €190 million. The largest first prize on record is EUR 190 Million won in August 2012.

Draws are held twice a week, every Tuesday and Friday.

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UK Lotto

The UK National Lottery will pay out over £1.9 Billion in tax- free cash prizes this year. UK Lotto draws are held twice weekly (Wednesday and Saturday), and offer 6 different ways to win. Match all 6 winning numbers, and you win a multi-million pound jackpot. Match as few as 2 numbers, and you still win a prize! On average the UK National Lottery pays out a total of £ 27 Million (US$53 Million) in cash prizes each week.

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Japan Jumbo Draw

With winning odds of 1 in 9, and a total cash payout reaching over $2 Billion every year, the Japan Jumbo Draw is undoubtedly the richest Lottery draw in Asia.

Over 25 Million Cash prizes will be paid out in the Japan Summer Jumbo Draw on August, 2016:

All cash prizes are paid out in a lump sum, completely FREE of Japanese Government taxes.

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USA Mega Millions

More Players and Better Odds Lead to Bigger and Faster-Rising Jackpots!

Mega Millions' Jackpots start at US$40 million and average around US$80 Million per Draw. When there's no top prize winner, the Jackpot prize rolls over to the next draw, getting bigger…and BIGGER until someone wins!

Mega Millions Jackpots now have the potential to reach as much as US$500 million! Mega Millions previously held the record for the largest Lottery Jackpot ever paid in US history at $656 MILLION, before Powerball recently claimed the spot.

With draws held every Tuesday and Friday, jackpots can grow really fast.

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American Powerball

There are now 45 U.S. State Lotteries that make up USA Powerball --- so when you enter, it's like playing in 45 Lotteries at the same time! The combined income from these 45 States amount to huge Jackpots – up to $1.5 Billion – the record Jackpot won in January 2016!

Powerball Jackpots start at US$40 Million. When not won, the jackpot rolls over again and again, draw after draw, getting bigger and bigger until someone finally wins.

Draws are held on Wednesdays and Saturdays, and easily surpass the $200M – mark after a few short weeks.

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OZ Lotto Saturday Draw

The Australian Saturday Lotto, commonly known as Tattslotto, is a countrywide 6/45 lottery game available across the whole of Australia. The jackpot starts at a healthy AU$4 million and increases each week that it is not won until such time that all 6 main numbers are matched.

With only 6 main numbers from 45 to choose from, the Australian Lotto has the best winning odds of all Pick-6 lottos in the world. The biggest jackpot on record is A$47.9 Million won in April 2008.

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Eurojackpot Lottery

The EuroJackpot lottery has great winning odds and offers 12 exciting 12 prize divisions. It was launched on March 23, 2012 and extends across ten European countries: Germany, Italy, Estonia, Iceland, the Netherlands, Denmark, Slovenia, Sweden, Norway and Finland. Draws are held every Friday in Helsinki.

The overall odds of winning a prize in EuroJackpot are a notable 1:35. Jackpots begin at EUR 10 million and can climb to a ceiling jackpot prize of EUR 90 million.

Win Your Share of the World's Biggest Cash Prizes for a Fraction of the Regular Entry Cost!

Playing every single draw of these 7 lotteries would normally cost a small fortune. However, with the Billionaire Series, you can minimize the cost by playing in a group of 10 or 30 shares.

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