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Lotteries have been available in Sweden since the end of the 19th century,
although the first modern games didn’t launch until 1980 through the
formation of Lotto. All national lotteries are operated by Svenska Spel,
who in addition to lottery games, also sells scratchcards and operates
sports betting and gambling platforms.
As well as participating in local games, Swedish players have the
opportunity to enter transnational lotteries and their corresponding
Lotto is Sweden’s national lottery, consisting of four draws collectively
known as Lotto 1 and Lotto 2 that take place two evenings per week. Players
can choose to enter Lotto 1 on its own if they wish, but cannot enter Lotto
2 without entering the first game.
As well as picking seven numbers from a possible 35 for standard entry,
players can also take advantage of System Entry to choose up to 12
selections to increase the likelihood of winning.
Unlike in most countries that have a Joker game, in Sweden, the Joker
unlocks the Super Jackpot called the Drömvinsten (Dream Win). For an extra
SEK 10.00, players can win a minimum jackpot of SEK 75 million, as well as
gaining entry into periodic Second Chance draws for the chance to win extra
Although EuroJackpot was launched in March 2012, Sweden only started to
take part from February onwards the following year. Despite being the
newest lottery game available to Swedes, EuroJackpot has since become
hugely popular across the country.
EuroJackpot is available in a further 17 countries, with rollovers and huge
jackpots being frequent due to the long odds of winning
Although EuroJackpot doesn’t have any secondary games, players can win
prizes at 12 different tiers!
Sweden was a founding participant of Vikinglotto in 1993, which is now
available in a further eight countries. Although Vikinglotto has longer
odds and a smaller jackpot than EuroJackpot, the presence of System Entry
and a secondary Joker game has seen it become hugely popular in Sweden. The
timing of Vikinglotto on Wednesdays also gives players who missed out on
Lotto, another chance to win.
The below table provides an overview of the schedule for each Swedish
Lotto and EuroJackpot have been responsible for significant lottery wins in
Sweden, with the biggest jackpots won to date listed as follows:
No; however, overseas players should check local tax laws to see if they
need to declare winnings at home.
Contact information for each Swedish lottery operator is listed below.
Tickets for all games are available from authorized lottery agents across
Sweden, as well as from certain bars, hotels and restaurants. Online entry
via the official website and mobile app is also available.
Yes. In addition to Lotto, both EuroJackpot and Vikinglotto are also
available on selected lottery agent websites.
Players must be at least 18 years of age to play Swedish lottery games.
The method of payment depends on how tickets were originally purchased.
Players who enter via the official website or app, who then win up to SEK
4,999,999, will be paid cash into their online gaming account, which can
then be withdrawn to a respective bank account.
Participants who enter via Swedish lottery agents or from other locations
can receive prizes of up to SEK 19,999 in cash, with prizes from SEK 20,000
to SEK 4,999,999 being paid directly into bank accounts.
Anyone who wins prizes of SEK 5 million or higher must contact Svenska
Spil, for subsequent payment after verification checks.
Lotto and Vikinglotto prizes are paid out as lump sums, while EuroJackpot
winners can choose annual payments if they wish.
All profits from Svenska Spel operations are paid directly into the Public
Treasury, which are then included in the government’s overall budget for
national expenditure and funding.