Norway Lottery Results
Latest Norway lottery results for LOTTO ✔, VIKINGLOTTO ✔. All the information you need about lotteries in Norway.
Norway Winning Numbers
Norway Lottery Games
Although Norwegian lottery operator Norsk Tipping was established in 1948, Lotto, its first draw game, didn’t launch until 1986. Today, Norsk Tipping operates a variety of national and transnational lottery games, as well as offering other forms of gambling such as sports betting and online casino games.
Initially a joint venture between the Norwegian government, the Norwegian Sports Foundation and the Norwegian Football Association, Norsk Tipping has been 100% state owned and operated since 1993.
Lotto is Norway’s national lottery game, and although there is only one Lotto draw a week, its format, entry options and additional games gives players the chance to win several prizes.
With a ticket price of NOK 10.00 for two lines and odds of just 1 in 11 of winning a prize, Lotto is an attractive and great value game. In addition to standard entry in which players must choose seven numbers from a possible 34, participants can go for:
- Quick Pick, for numbers selected at random.
- System Entry, choosing up to 12 numbers to increase their chances of winning.
- Andelsbank, to buy a 10% stake in 1,000 tickets for NOK 500 and share all winnings with fellow participants.
Joker entry is available for NOK 20.00. Also, Super Lotto draws are held four times a year, with each Lotto ticket granting free entry into a NOK 1 million raffle.
In addition to being played in Norway, EuroJackpot is available in a further 17 countries, and while the odds of winning are far greater than for Lotto, the starting jackpot is much bigger and many more prizes are available, although no secondary games are available.
Vikinglotto is a popular transnational lottery game played in eight further countries as well as Norway. Even though Vikinglotto has longer odds and fewer prize tiers than EuroJackpot, it is still far more lucrative than Lotto, as well as giving Norwegians the chance to take part in a midweek lottery game.
In addition to standard entry options, participants can enter Vikinglotto using a System Entry feature to enhance their chances of winning, with a lucrative Joker game also being available.
Norway Lottery Game Schedule
The below table provides an overview of the schedule for each Norwegian lottery game.
Norway Lottery Odds and Jackpots
|1 in 5,379,616
|NOK 2.5 million
|1 in 95,344,200
|EUR 10 million
|1 in 98,172,096
|EUR 3 million
What are the Biggest Norwegian Lottery Wins?
The biggest Lotto jackpot win to date was NOK 46 million in 2012; however, far bigger jackpots have been won by Norwegians participating in EuroJackpot and VikingLotto.
The biggest Norwegian wins from these games are:
- EUR 47 million (approximately NOK 508 million) from EuroJackpot in August 2017.
- EUR 44 million (approximately NOK 475 million), twice from EuroJackpot, in September 2019 and June 2020.
- EUR 35 million (approximately NOK 378 million) from Vikinglotto in November 2017.
Is Tax Paid on Norwegian Lottery Winnings?
No; however, overseas players should check local tax laws to find out if they need to declare winnings at home.
Mobile Apps for Norway Lotteries
How to Contact Norway Lottery Operators
Contact information for each Norwegian lottery operator is listed below.
|Local Tel. No.
PO Box 4414,
How Can I Purchase Lottery Tickets in Norway?
Tickets for Lotto, EuroJackpot and Vikinglotto are available from the official Norsk Tipping website and mobile apps, via SMS message and at authorized lottery retailers across Norway.
Can Overseas Players Play Norwegian Lottery Games?
Yes; Lotto, EuroJackpot and Vikinglotto are all available on selected lottery agent websites.
How Old Must I Be to Play Norwegian Lotteries?
Players must be at least 18 years of age to play Norwegian lotteries.
How Do I Claim Norwegian Lottery Prizes?
Players have up to 60 days to claim prizes (all games).
Lotto and Vikinglotto prizes are paid out as lump sums only, while EuroJackpot winners can choose to receive a lump sum or annual payments.
How are the Proceeds of Norwegian Lotteries Spent?
All proceeds are distributed across the Norwegian sports and culture sectors.