Mega Sena is a lottery based in Brazil which can offer jackpots worth over R$100 million. It is played every Wednesday and Saturday and you have to select six numbers from 1 to 60 to take part, but the format of the draw is different to many of the world’s other big lotteries.
This Mega Sena data includes all draws up to and including Saturday 13th October 2018. The last Mega Sena draw number was 2087.
Prize Draw Information
The last jackpot drawn on Saturday 13th October 2018 for Mega Sena was R$27,364,769
The next estimated Mega Sena jackpot is R$2,500,000
Latest 10 Mega Sena Numbers
|Draw Date:||Winning Numbers:||Draw Detail:|
|Saturday 13th October 2018||View More Info About This Draw|
|Wednesday 10th October 2018||View More Info About This Draw|
|Saturday 6th October 2018||View More Info About This Draw|
|Wednesday 3rd October 2018||View More Info About This Draw|
|Saturday 29th September 2018||View More Info About This Draw|
|Wednesday 26th September 2018||View More Info About This Draw|
|Saturday 22nd September 2018||View More Info About This Draw|
|Thursday 20th September 2018||View More Info About This Draw|
|Tuesday 18th September 2018||View More Info About This Draw|
|Saturday 15th September 2018||View More Info About This Draw|
How to Play
In Mega Sena, there are six winning numbers from 1 to 60 in each draw. However, rather than drawing all the numbers from one machine, two machines are used to create each number. The first picks a digit between 0 and 5, and the second draws a number from 0 to 9.
The two numbers are put together to form a two-digit number, and this is done until six unique numbers between 1 and 60 have been drawn. If the number 0 is drawn from both machines, then it counts as 60.
You can take part online or by visiting an authorised retailer in Brazil, and you can choose between six and 15 numbers from 1 to 60. For each additional number picked, you are covering more possible combinations and therefore have a greater chance of winning. The cost of a ticket is R$3.50 per bet, and increases accordingly as you select more numbers.
The following table shows the price you must pay for picking six numbers, right up to 15, and the amount of combinations you will receive in return.
Odds & Prizes
Players must pick 6 balls from a pool of 60.
|Numbers Matched||Odds of Winning||Prize Fund Allocation|
|6||1 in 50,063,860||35%|
|5||1 in 7,151,980||19%|
|4||1 in 1,787,995||19%|
|*22% of the prize fund is also set aside for every fifth draw, and 5% from each draw is reserved for the Mega da Virada draw.|
Mega da Virada
Mega da Virada is a special edition of Mega Sena which takes place on New Year’s Eve. Mega da Virada is able to offer a huge jackpot because five percent from every draw goes towards the prize fund. It works just like a regular draw, except that the top prize cannot roll over and has to be won on the night. If no ticket matches all six numbers, the jackpot will be shared between players matching five numbers.
Mega Sena Draw Details
Mega Sena History
The first Mega Sena draw took place on 11th March 1996. The largest Mega Sena jackpot of all time was given away on 31st December 2017 in the annual Mega da Virada draw. A total of R$306.7 million was split between 17 ticket holders, who all won R$18 million.
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