Tout ou Rien is a popular lottery game played exclusively in Quebec.
Draws are held daily at 22:30 local time, with ticket sales closing just before and resuming immediately after.
One play costs CAD 2.00.
To enter, choose 12 numbers from 1 to 24, or go for a Quick Pick for randomly generated numbers.
Tout ou Rien participants can play Extra for an additional CAD 1.00. Choosing Extra prints a random seven-digit number on the ticket, with a CAD 100,000 jackpot available for matching all seven numbers in the order drawn, plus a range of secondary prizes for matching between two and six numbers, also in order. Players can add up to 10 Extra entries to each Tout ou Rien ticket.
Tout ou Rien has a Replay option to enter the most recent set of numbers into the following draw.
Advance Play allows participants to enter as many as 84 Tout ou Rien draws at a time.
Tout ou Rien has a fixed jackpot of CAD 250,000.
Up to eight players can win the full CAD 250,000 jackpot per draw, but if more than this number win the maximum pool of CAD 2 million, it is shared equally.
The odds of winning the Tout ou Rien jackpot are 1 in 2,704,156, and because the jackpot is won by matching 12 numbers or no numbers at all, there are effectively two ways of winning it.
Although there are only five prize tiers, players effectively have 10 chances to win, but win nothing at all for matching 5, 6 or 7 numbers.
The overall chances of winning a prize are 1 in 4.5.
Tout ou Rien prizes are paid out as 100% tax-free lump sums.
Prize winners have up to one year to claim winnings.
Players must be at least 18 years of age to play Tout ou Rien.
Tickets can be bought via the Loto Quebec website, mobile app or from authorized lottery outlets across Quebec. Website and app entries are closed from midnight to 05:00.
Tout ou Rien is not currently available to players elsewhere in Canada or from overseas.
Launched on November 17, 2014, Tour or Rien is operated by Loto Quebec.