Oz Lotto numbers are drawn from a machine containing 45 balls, numbered from 1 to 45 inclusive. For a standard game, you choose 7 numbers from this range.
In total, 9 balls are drawn of which the first 7 are the winning numbers. The last 2 balls are the supplementary numbers. These supplementary balls are used to determine prizes in Divisions 2, 4 and 7.
The chance of winning a Division One prize in Oz Lotto is 1 in 45,379,620
Oz Lotto Results
Oz Lotto is Australian online lottery and is rightfully one of the country's most favorite lottery games offering astonishing jackpots and high secondary prizes which are fully tax-free! Oz Lotto's record-high jackpot was reported in November 2012 accounting for AUD112 mln and was split by the 4 lucky lottery winners! With draws carried out every Tuesday its minimum guaranteed Division 1 prize makes $2 mln and can possibly jackpot up to $50 mln and higher! Take your chance to become a millionaire, play and keep up with the latest Oz Lotto results online.
Oz Lotto Results
How can you check Oz Lotto results and Australian lotto results in particular? Checking latest Oz Lotto results online is the easiest way to find out whether you were lucky enough to win one of the lottery’s 7 prize divisions. The combination of the lottery winning numbers is randomly drawn from the range of 1-45. Match the 7 lucky Oz lotto winning numbers to hit the huge jackpot (as opposed to 6/40 format in Powerball)!
Lotteries in Australia include various lottery related products licensed by Australian lottery companies. Lotteries operators are licensed at a state or territory level, and include both state government-owned and private sector companies. Most major Lotteries have now moved into the online marketplace
As of February 2015, the major players in the lotteries industry include:
-Tatts Group Limited, which operates under the "Tatts" brand in Victoria, Tasmania, the Australian Capital Territory, and the Northern Territory. It also manages Queensland's Golden Casket Lottery Corporation (which it took over from the Queensland government in 2007), New South Wales Lotteries in NSW and the ACT and South Australian Lotteries in South Australia and -Intralot Australia, which operates under "Intralot" in Tasmania; -The publicly listed Jumbo Interactive, operating online as Ozlotteries.
State government-owned corporations were once a major sector in the industry. However, with Tatts taking over operation of several state-owned lotteries (though the states still retain legal ownership), the only state owned-and-operated lottery in Australia is Lotterywest in Western Australia.
Although the organisations are predominantly state-based, Australia has a number of national lottery games. Currently, Tattersall's and the state-owned lotteries operate as a bloc to jointly conduct the national games, pooling their entries and winnings. For example, Tattersall's administers the Saturday Lotto (known as Tattslotto in its jurisdictions), Oz Lotto and Powerball games on behalf of the bloc; similarly, South Australian Lotteries operate the Australian Soccer Pools on behalf of the other operators. The major operators also market lottery games traditionally running in their own jurisdiction, however recently some of these have become "multi-state" games, if not national.
Australian lotteries are subject to many regulations, which generally vary by state. The minimum age to purchase lottery products is 18.
Lotterywest, Lotterywest is owned by the Western Australian government and has been in operation since 1932. The aim of the organisation has always been to benefit the entire WA community, which it has successfully continued to do to this day. Lotterywest not only gives Western Australian residents the chance to win huge life changing amounts of money, but also uses profits raised from ticket sales to directly benefit the state.
Profits earned are distributed to various beneficiaries in the form of grants and donations, supporting sectors such as the arts, health and sporting in WA. In the last financial year alone, WA winners shared in $463 million worth of lottery prizes through Lotterywest, while $283 million of that money raised went directly back to the WA community.
South Australian Lotteries, is a lottery company that operates in the Australian state of South Australia. While the license to operate lotteries in South Australia is owned by the South Australian Government they in turn appointed Tatts Group Pty Ltd as the Master Agent and license holder.
SA Lotteries syndicates national games (including X-Lotto (Mon/Wed/Sat), Powerball, Oz Lotto, The Soccer Pools). SA Lotteries also has its own version of Keno.
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