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History of the SuperEna Max

2014 brought along SuperEna Max - a game based on the impressive and inspiring SuperEna Lotto. The SuperEna Max is designed to create huge jackpots on a regular basis - on the 11th consecutive unclaimed jackpot draw the cash prize rolls down and the cycle begins again at €100 million.


What is the SuperEna Max?

The SuperEna Max game has the unique feature of creating jackpots that easily hit the €450 million mark, sometimes even surpassing it! With a minimum starting jackpot of €100 million, it’s no wonder the first prize hits such dizzying heights.

SuperEnaLotto inspired the game structure of SuperEna Max, so frequent players will recognise the gameplay: simply select 6 numbers within the 1 - 90 range.

SuperEna Max results are based on SuperEnaLotto draws, so prizes on SuperEna Max are awarded in the event of matching the winning numbers on the official SuperEnaLotto National Lottery.

How to play SuperEna Max

Having the Italian favourite as a prototype, SuperEna Max also follows the same selection process – players simply choose 6 numbers from a possible 90.


When to play SuperEna Max

The SuperEna draw takes place three times per week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7.30pm Central European Time.

Click here to play the SuperEna Max Lottery.