The Italian SuperEnalotto lottery is currently offering a €199.4 million jackpot.

That’s the biggest lottery jackpot in the world, bigger than what’s up for grabs in the American Powerball and Mega Millions lotteries combined.

SuperEnalotto has always been a favourite of lottery fans, including some very well-known celebrities. George Clooney played SuperEnalotto. So did Elizabeth Hurley and Paris Hilton. It was reported that Madonna purchased 100 SuperEnalotto tickets during her 2012 world tour and while she didn't win the jackpot, she did win the lottery's €120,000 second division prize. (Madonna donated her winnings to build a school in Malawi).

The SuperEnalotto draw takes place tonight and there’s no need to travel to Italy to purchase tickets. There’s a way that you can play SuperEnalotto for a chance at winning its enormous jackpot without leaving the comfort of your home in Malta!

Simply sign up at, the world’s leading online ticket purchasing service. TheLotter will send its local agents in Italy to buy official SuperEnalotto lottery tickets on your behalf. The website will charge you a service fee and in return you will see a scan of your tickets before the draw.

When you win the SuperEnalotto jackpot, or any of the lottery’s amazing secondary prizes, the entire amount will be yours! TheLotter doesn’t take any commissions from winning tickets.

The system works. Over the years, has paid out more than $95 million in prizes to over 4.5 million winners from across the globe. You can rest assured that playing the lottery online at theLotter is safe, secure, and it’s legal for you to play!

For more information how you can play SuperEnalotto online for a chance at winning its world’s biggest lottery jackpot, check out Good luck and play responsibly.

Lotto Direct Limited is operating Lotto Direct Limited is licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority, licence reference MGA/B2C/402/2017. +18 only. Gambling can be harmful if not controlled. Please play responsibly. For more information visit

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