Sign in to your account

I forgot my password

Click this link and follow the instructions to reset your password

Back to sign in
Forgot your password ? No problem, provide us with your email address and we will take care of the rest.

Please provide us with your E-mail or Player ID. We will send you a link to you email address which you will use to reset your password. "

welcome - we are glad you are here
Sign up for free now and get the chance to play some of our top Jackpots!

£ 99.24 Million

Saturday, January 19, 2019

£ 81.73 Million

Saturday, January 19, 2019


The currency can not be changed later. If you select the wrong currency you will need to close your account with customer service and sign up again!

Select your country

By creating a new account I accept the Terms and Conditions, the privacy policy and confirm that I am over 18 years of age. It is an offence to gamble if under age.


A young woman from Manhattan in New York, USA, has won $1 million on the Mega Millions lottery despite confessing that she’s not a regular lottery player.

Jennifer Perez, who is 26 years old and studying to be a nurse in Manhattan, won her $1 million prize in the Mega Millions drawing on March 2nd, and told lottery officials that she only bought the ticket because the jackpot for that particular drawing was high. “I’m not a big Lottery player,” the millionaire said. A couple from Ontario in Canada were shocked after one of their occasional Lotto Max ticket purchases made them $100,000 winners, while a Maryland winner admitted to not being a regular player after claiming his $20,000 scratch card prize.

The Manhattanite bought a Quick Pick ticket for the drawing in March, but she was busy studying for exams and so she asked her mum to check it after the drawing took place. “When she called me to tell me I had won I thought something was wrong,” the Mega Millions winner said.

But nothing was wrong, and her Mega Millions ticket had actually matched the winning numbers 24, 28, 42, 60 and 64, missing just the Mega Ball which was 8. Ms Perez chose to accept her lottery prize as a one-time lump sum payment, which will equal $633,040 after taxes are withdrawn. Another Manhattanite bagged $2,500 a week for life after winning on a scratch card bought at his favourite local store.

“I’m nervous, I’ve never had this much money,” the Mega Millions winner told lottery officials when she was asked how it feels to have won the lottery. “I’m also happy because I don’t have to worry about paying for school.”A nursing student from Scotland won £1 million on a National Lottery Monopoly Millionaire ticket and was able to plan her dream wedding.

The winning Mega Millions ticket was purchased from Last Stop Convenience store on Broadway in Manhattan, and Ms Perez became the 42nd New York Lottery player this year to claim a top prize worth $1 million of more. A Manhattan syndicate once won the Mega Millions jackpot to the tune of $58 million shared amongst 16 co-workers.

You too could become a lucky winner , so purchase your tickets online at