Lightning Lotto Live

Buy a ticket and you could win in Lightning Lotto Live!

Your objective in this live casino game with a lottery theme is to match three or more numbers on your tickets with those that are drawn from the two machines, though one must be a Powerball.

If one of the numbers on your tickets is revealed as a Lightning Number, you could multiply your winnings by up to 10x!

It's lightning.

    Lightning Lotto Live Game Overview

    The minimum bet size in Lightning Lotto Live is 10p.

    The maximum bet you can place in this live casino game is £50.

    How to Play

    To win on Lightning Lotto Live, you must buy a ticket and have as many matching numbers as possible with those that are drawn out of the machines.

    You will find that two separate machines are used to draw balls in this game - the main drum, and the Powerball drum.

    In the main drum there are 25 balls in total, labelled from 1-25. There are fewer balls in the Powerball drum, which is only made up of 10, and they are numbered from 1-10.

    Six balls are drawn in every game - five of those come from the main drum, and the final ball is taken out of the Powerball drum.

    If one of the balls drawn matches up with one on your ticket, it is daubed.

    You will have a winning ticket if you have at least three daubed numbers on it, and one of those must be the Powerball.


    A maximum of 500 tickets can be used in a single round in this live casino game.

    Lightning Tickets

    After the expiration of betting time, two Lightning Numbers are randomly pulled from the main drum. If you have one of these numbers on a ticket that you've bought, it will become a Lightning Ticket. This means it will be multiplied by a value ranging from 2x to 10x.

    If your ticket contains each of the Lightning Numbers, the multipliers' values are added together. This new multiplier value is then added to your ticket.

    Return to Player 

    Return To Player (RTP): 96.08%

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game. 

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £96.08 of wins.