One of the longest running multinational lotteries, Vikinglotto is played across nine participating countries: Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Slovenia and Sweden. Draws take place every Wednesday at 20:00 CET in Hamar, Norway.
The Vikinglotto results for Wednesday 19th February are:
If you have won a prize by playing through a lottery retailer, you will need to claim your winnings from a retailer in the same country where the ticket was purchased. If you have played online, your winnings will automatically be added to your online account.
Find out more on the Vikinglotto website.
By playing online, you automatically get the added advantages of:
- Security: Your tickets are automatically stored in your online account once you have paid for them. This eliminates the possibility of a ticket being lost, damaged or stolen.
- Convenience: Tickets can be purchased at any time from any device. What's more, if you win a prize, you will automatically be notified!
- Payouts: If your numbers are lucky and win you a prize, you will instantly receive your winnings in your account once prize amounts have been confirmed.
How to Play
Vikinglotto players are required to choose six numbers between 1 and 48 and a Viking number between 1 and 8. Participants can either select their own numbers or opt for a Quick Pick, where a random set of numbers will be automatically generated.
To win the jackpot, players must match all six main numbers and the Viking number. The jackpot starts at a minimum of €3 million, and if it is not won, it rolls over to the following draw. Once the jackpot hits its cap of €35 million, additional prize money is added to the prize tier below it, which is won by matching all six main numbers without the Viking number.
The top two prize tiers are shared between all the participating countries, but the rest of the prizes are set individually by each nation. A percentage of the revenue from each ticket sale contributes to the shared prize fund, and any leftover money is distributed among the remaining prize tiers in each country.
The following table shows the different prize tiers and the odds of winning in each category.
|Prize Tier||Prize||Odds of Winning|
|Match 6 + Viking Ball||Shared Jackpot (minimum €3 million)||1 in 98,172,096|
|Match 6||Shared Prize||1 in 14,024,585|
|Match 5 + Viking Ball||Country Specific||1 in 389,572|
|Match 5||Country Specific||1 in 55,653|
|Match 4 + Viking Ball||Country Specific||1 in 7,601|
|Match 4||Country Specific||1 in 1,086|
|Match 3 + Viking Ball||Country Specific||1 in 428|
|Match 3||Country Specific||1 in 61|
|Match 2 + Viking Ball||Country Specific||1 in 58|
|Match 2||Country Specific||1 in 8|
Prize tiers differ in each participating nation, and not all countries offer all of the prize tiers listed above.
A number of supplementary games are also available in different countries, such as various ‘Joker’ games, in which players must match up to seven numbers in the exact order they are drawn.