Viking Lotto

Viking Lotto is an increasingly popular lottery played in all the Nordic-Baltic countries: Norway, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. With great odds of winning and no maximum jackpot, don’t underestimate this draw! Here are all the answers you need to start playing and winning today.

Viking Lotto Information

How does Viking Lotto work?

For as little as $1.25 per line, players choose six numbers from 1-48 and a Viking ball from 1-8. In the draw, six numbers and one Viking ball are selected.
Players who match all six numbers and the Viking ball win the jackpot whilst those who match just the 6 main numbers win the second prize.

Viking Lotto Prizes and Odds

There are six different prize tiers and in order to win, at least 3 of the six main numbers must match up. The jackpot itself starts at €3 million and rolls over until it is won – there is no maximum jackpot amount. Here are the Viking Lotto prize tiers and the odds of winning in each for a single bet:

Viking Lotto Odds

Match Odds of winning
6 + Viking Ball 1 in 98,172,096
6 1 in 14,024,585
5 + Viking Ball 1 in 389,572
5 1 in 55,653
4 1 in 1,086
3 1 in 61

Therefore, overall odds of winning a prize: 1 in 51.

Viking Lotto FAQs

When does Viking Lotto draws take place?

The Viking Lotto draw takes place on Wednesday at 20:00 CET.

How do I play Viking Lotto on LotteryWorld?

It couldn’t be easier - just choose your numbers on the dedicated Viking Lotto page, or use the quick-pick tool if you want a random selection. Complete as many entries as you like and then click the green ‘Continue’ button at the bottom right. Now all you need to do is cross your fingers and check our Viking Lotto Results page to see if you’re a winner!

How will my winnings be paid?

Prizes are paid directly into your player account after your numbers have been checked against the official results, which is usually within 24 hours but on rare occasions may take slightly longer.

If you wish to withdraw your winnings you can do so at any time, although if you want to withdraw over $1,000 you need to contact Customer Support.