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There is no denying that the SuperEnalotto breaks the record when it comes to rollovers. Compared to other world lotteries, Italy’s SuperEnalotto can roll for months on end without a single lottery jackpot winner in sight.

That is not to say that lower-tiered prize winners aren’t in abundance, but when it comes to scooping the big one, it’s not unusual to endure seven months or longer before a celebration is in order.

The last lottery jackpot won on the SuperEnalotto was back in March. A draw on Saturday 16th rewarded a syndicate in Palazzolo dello Stella in Italy with €53.3 million. The syndicate comprised of 40 members, which meant they all won €1.25 million each. At one point in its history it had 100 members. We bet those 60 former members deeply regretted not being a part of the syndicate when they heard about the win. And equally so we think the current 40 members were pretty glad the win wasn’t split between a 100 members.

So the SuperEnalotto has got some catching up to do when it comes to producing lottery jackpot winners for this year. Over in America, two of their popular lottery games, Powerball and MegaMillions, have already awarded plenty of players with a jackpot win. Both the Powerball lotto jackpot and the MegaMillions lottery jackpot have been won six times each so far this year. That means the total amount won in Powerball jackpots alone is $1286.2 million and $395 million for MegaMillions. That’s a lot of lotto millions, and plenty of extremely happy lottery winners.

If you would like to try your luck on the SuperEnalotto, you can easily purchase your SuperEnalotto lottery tickets online at Draws take place every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.