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Lotteries are hugely popular in Taiwan, including nightly TV broadcasts of
several games, as well as a Keno-style computerized game that is drawn
every five minutes throughout most of the day!
All of Taiwan’s lotteries are operated by the Taiwan Lottery Company, with
the sheer number of games available making up for the lack of secondary
Super Lotto, known locally as Power Color or Power Lottery, is a
Powerball-style game with the biggest minimum guaranteed lottery jackpot in
Entry costs NT$ 100.
Players must choose six numbers from 1 to 38, plus an additional number
from 1 to 8. For players wanting to enter with random numbers, a Quick Pick
feature is available for all preferences. System Entry is also available,
allowing players to choose up to 16 main numbers and all eight additional
numbers, to enter in multiple combinations.
System Allocation entry is available too, enabling players to choose five
main numbers and buy multiple lines containing each remaining number. Using
System Entry and System Allocation can significantly increase the chances
of winning a prize, but for a very expensive ticket!
Lotto 6/49, also known as Big Lotto, is a traditional “6 from 49” game.
Quick Pick, System Entry and System Allocation are all available for Lotto
6/49, while Advance Play enables players to enter up to 10 draws at once.
Entry costs NT$ 50, with eight prize tiers available in total.
Daily Cash, also known as Jai Cai 5/39, is a traditional lottery game with
guaranteed fixed prizes at four different tiers.
Quick Pick, System Entry and System Allocation are all available, with
entry costing NT$ 50, with Advance Play also being an option for up to 24
draws at a time.
Win-Win is a popular lottery game that allows players to win the jackpot by
matching all or none of their selections.
Players choose 12 numbers from a possible 24, who go on to win the jackpot
by matching all 12 (or 0 numbers) from their selection. Secondary prizes
work on the same basis, with prizes being won for matching 1 or 11 numbers,
2 or 10 numbers and 3 or 9 numbers. All prizes are fixed in value.
System Entry for Win-Win enables players to choose up to 17 numbers to
create multiple combinations and entries. System Allocation and Quick Pick
are also available.
Entry costs NT$ 50, with Advance Play an option for up to 24 draws at a
Bingo Bingo is a Keno-style lottery drawn every five minutes throughout
most of the day, with results regularly being updated on the operator’s
official website and app.
To enter, choose up to 10 numbers from 1 to 80, although 20 numbers are
drawn each time. Players can also bet on the “Super Prize Number” only -
the outcome of the 20th ball drawn - as well as on what the smallest and
largest numbers will be.
Prizes differ depending on the type of bet placed and the numbers chosen,
with entry costing NT$ 25.
Pick 3, also known as 3 Star Lottery, is a traditional Pick 3 type game in
which players must choose three numbers from 0 to 9.
Players can bet on matching the numbers in the order drawn to win the
jackpot, or go for smaller prizes by betting on getting all three numbers
in any order, or the first or last two numbers drawn.
Entry costs NT$ 25 per bet placed, with Quick Picks available, plus Advance
Play for up to 50 draws at a time.
Pick 4, also known as 4 Star Lottery, is a traditional Pick 4 type game in
which players choose four numbers from 0 to 9.
As with Pick 3, players can choose from a selection of bets, such as
matching the numbers in the order drawn or in any order. Players can choose
the same number up to three times, but are forbidden from entering four of
the same numbers due to the prize format not accepting this, although it
could happen during the draw!
Entry costs NT$ 25 per bet, with Quick Pick and Advance Play available for
up to 50 draws at a time.
49 Le He Lottery is a Hot Picks style game that uses the numbers from Lotto
6/49, but can be played as an independent game without entering the main
To enter, choose two, three or four numbers to be drawn during Lotto 6/49.
All prizes are fixed amounts, with no secondary prizes available. For
example, players who bet on matching four numbers only, win if they match
four numbers, but get nothing for matching two or three selections.
Entry costs NT$ 25. Quick Pick, System Entry and System Allocation options
are all available, in addition to Advance Play for up to 10 draws at a
38 Music Lottery is another Hot Picks style game that uses the main numbers
from Super Lotto, but with players able to enter without originally
To enter, choose between two and five numbers that could be drawn during
the first part of the Super Lotto game. No secondary prizes are available,
with players only winning if they match all applicable numbers drawn.
Entry costs NT$ 25. Quick Pick, System Entry and System Allocation are all
available, as well as Advance Play for up to 10 draws at a time.
39 Happy Lottery is a Hot Picks style game that uses the numbers from the
Daily Cash game. As with the other Taiwanese Hot Picks style games, entry
into Daily Cash is not necessary in order to play 39 Happy Lottery.
Players bet on between two and four numbers that could be drawn during the
Daily Cash game, with all selections needing to be matched to win a prize,
but with no secondary prizes available.
The table below provides an overview of the schedule for each Taiwanese
All draws, except Bingo Bingo, take place during a single TV broadcast
hosted on national TV from 20:30 to 21:00 local time.
The biggest Taiwanese lottery win to date is NT$ 3.124 billion, shared by
two Super Lotto winners in July 2020.
20% tax is levied on prizes exceeding NT$ 5,000; however, this is deducted
at source by the lottery operator, with prize winners not being required to
declare their winnings for income tax purposes.
Contact details for each Taiwanese lottery operator are listed below.
Tickets can be purchased from authorized lottery dealers across Taiwan.
Players can choose numbers using the official Taiwan Lottery app, which
generates a QR code to be presented to a lottery dealer, which is then
scanned to generate a ticket with the chosen numbers.
No, games are only available to residents of Taiwan.
Anyone visiting Taiwan can play by purchasing a ticket from an authorized
lottery dealer, but can only claim prizes from a branch of ChinaTrust
Commercial Bank or its affiliated financial institutions.
Players must be at least 21 years of age to play Taiwanese lottery games,
which will decrease to 18 on January 1, 2023.
Players have up to three months to claim prizes.
Prizes up to NT$ 5,000 can be redeemed at any lottery dealer or at branches
of ChinaTrust Commercial Bank or its affiliated financial institutions.
Prizes from NT$ 5,001 to NT$ 5 million can be redeemed at branches of
ChinaTrust Commercial Bank or its affiliated financial institutions.
Prizes exceeding NT$ 5 million can only be claimed via appointment, with
winners needing to call a confidential claims hotline on +886 0800 024 500
to confirm their prize.
Profits from Taiwanese lottery games are distributed across the country to
various charities and other worthy causes.