How our games work
How Lotto Max works
Draw every Tuesday and Friday.
Each selection is composed of 7 numbers from 1 to 50.
Cost per play: $5 for 3 selections
This game can be played by quick pick (miseéclair) or by presenting a duly completed selection slip.
Draw
On each draw date, or as soon as possible after that date, the Interprovincial Lottery Corporation (ILC) will cause seven main numbers and one bonus number to be drawn at random among all numbers from 1 to 50.
The theoretical payoff rate is 48%.
Lotto Max is a variableprize game. Prizes are calculated according to sales and divided among the winners in each category.
Prize structure 


Category  Pools fund %**  Prize 
7/7  87.25%  $47,493,142* 
6/7 + bonus number  2.50%  $194,405* 
6/7  2.50%  $4,629* 
5/7 + bonus number  1.50%  $926* 
5/7  3.50%  $105* 
4/7 + bonus number  2.75%  $50* 
4/7  Fixed prize  $20 
3/7 + bonus number  Fixed prize  $20 
3/7  Fixed prize  Free Play 
*Average prize
**Pools fund: total sum of prizes minus the sum of fixed prizes payable to winners of the 3/7, 3/7+B and 4/7 categories.
The maximum jackpot is $70,000,000. Maxmillions (prizes of $1,000,000) are offered when the jackpot reaches $50,000,000. Notably, when the amount of the 7/7 pool for any given draw exceeds $50,000,000, it shall be capped at an amount set between $50,000,000 and $70,000,000 inclusive (the "7/7 pool cap"), and the excess is divided into additional prizes of $1,000,000 (Maxmillions). The difference is added to the 6/7+B pool.
For example: The advertised jackpot (the 7/7 pool cap) is set at $50,000,000. If the 7/7 pool reaches $52,214,000, on top of the $50,000,000 jackpot, two Maxmillions will be drawn. The remaining amount of $214,000 would be added to the 6/7+B pool.
Additional selections drawn for Maxmillions prizes are not decomposable and each prize is shared amongst the winners.
Before leaving the point of sale, verify the information on your ticket and sign it.
Deadline for wagers: every Tuesday and Friday at 10:30 p.m.
For more information, see the selection slip or check out the Lotto Max web page.
This game can be played at a retailer, online or by using the mobile application.
How Québec Max works
Draw every Tuesday and Friday.
Each selection is composed of 7 numbers from 1 to 50.
Cost per play: $2 for 3 selections
This game can be played by quick pick (miseéclair) or by presenting a duly completed selection slip.
Draw
On each draw date, or as soon as possible after that date, LotoQuébec will cause seven main numbers and one bonus number to be drawn at random among all numbers from 1 to 50 ("main draw").
This main selection allows to win a grand prize of $2,000,000 or secondary prizes (see Prize structure). Afterwards, 14 additional selections of seven numbers from 1 to 50 are drawn each allowing to win a prize of $1,000,000 ("additional selection draw").
Prize structure 


Main draw  
Category  Prize 
7/7  $2,000,000 divisible 
6/7 + bonus number  $100,000* 
6/7  $1,000 
5/7 + bonus number  $200 
5/7  $100 
4/7 + bonus number  $20 
4/7  $10 
3/7 + bonus number  $10 
3/7  Free play 
Additional selection draw  
Category  Prize 
7/7  $1,000,000 divisible 
* The total amount payable for prizes in the 6/7 + bonus number is limited to $700,000 per draw. If this limit is reached, the prize amounts will be determined in proportion to the number of winning selections in this category.
The theoretical payoff rate is 47%.
Before leaving the point of sale, verify the information on your ticket and sign it.
Deadline for wagers: every Tuesday and Friday at 10:30 p.m.
See the selection slip for more details or check out the Québec Max web page.
This game can be played at a retailer, online or by using the mobile application.
How Lotto 6/49 works
Lotto 6/49 is governed by the RULES AND REGULATIONS RESPECTING LOTTERIES AND LOTTERY TICKETS of the Interprovincial Lottery Corporation (“ILC”) which include limitations of liability.
Draw every Wednesday and Saturday.
Each play is composed of one selection of six numbers from 1 to 49 (the “Classic Selection”) and one “Gold Ball Draw Number.”
Cost per play: $3
To enter one or more draws, present your completed selection slip or request one or more Quick Picks (computergenerated selections) to your retailer or, if applicable, present a winning ticket of a free play and pay the amount wagered. Each Gold Ball Draw Number is a unique computergenerated 10digit number (XXXXXXXXXX).
A ticket is issued indicating, among other things, the name of the game(s), the draw date(s), the Classic Selection(s), the Gold Ball Draw Number(s), the amount wagered and a control number.
For the Gold Ball Draw Numbers, a segmented group of numbers is assigned to each of the five Canadian lottery corporations. In addition, these numbers are issued in sequence. For example, when a lottery ticket is composed of several plays, the first eight digits of the numbers remain the same, and the last two digits range from 01 to the number of plays purchased (6789012301, 6789012302, 6789012303, etc.).
When a lottery ticket is composed of three or more Lotto 6/49 plays, the Gold Ball Draw Numbers are shown as a range. For example, if you buy 10 Lotto 6/49 plays on the same lottery ticket, you will get 10 Classic Selections and 10 Gold Ball Draw Numbers, which will be indicated on your lottery ticket as follows:
DE : 6789012301
À : 6789012310
A winning Gold Ball Draw Number is one whose number is identical to the Gold Ball Draw Number drawn.
Draw
On each draw date, or as soon as possible after that date, ILC will cause six numbers and one bonus number to be drawn at random from among all numbers from 1 to 49 (“Classic Draw”).
Furthermore, one Gold Ball Draw Number is drawn at random from among all those who have been issued for that draw (“Gold Ball Draw”). This selection allows a participant to win either the Gold Ball Jackpot or a $1,000,000 Prize. The value of this prize is determined by the “Gold Ball Jackpot Draw.” If a white ball is drawn, the prize won is $1,000,000, and that ball is withdrawn from subsequent Gold Ball Jackpot Draws until the Gold Ball is drawn. If the Gold Ball is not drawn, the Gold Ball Jackpot increases in the next draw by an amount determined by the ILC. When the Gold Ball is drawn, 29 white balls, each corresponding to a $1,000,000 prize, and one Gold Ball will be available in the next Gold Ball Jackpot Draw, and the preceding process will be repeated.
Prize structure 


THE CLASSIC DRAW  
Category  Pools fund %**  Prize  
6/6  Fixed prize  $5,000,000***  
5/6 + bonus number  32.15%  $104,177*  
5/6  13.5%  $1,042*  
4/6  54.35%  $78*  
3/6  Fixed prize  $10  
2/6 + bonus number  Fixed prize  $5  
2/6  Fixed prize  Free play  
THE GOLD BALL DRAW  
Category  Prize  
Complete number (10 digits) 
$1,000,000 or Gold Ball Jackpot***  
* Average prize
** The Pools Fund is the Prize Fund (18.33% of sales) minus the sum of all prizes payable to the winners in the 2/6, 2/6+B and the 3/6 categories.
*** The $1,000,000 prize, the Gold Ball Jackpot and the Classic Jackpot come from the Draw Fund (29.67% of sales). This fund also allows us to occasionally offer additional prizes during a draw.
The amount of each prize, as a result of a draw, is calculated in accordance with the prize structure then in force. Lotto 6/49 is a variableprize game. In the Classic Draw, prizes are calculated according to sales and divided equally among the winners in each category. Only one prize per winning selection.
Before leaving the point of sale, verify the information on your ticket and sign it.
With Double jeu 49, you can play Lotto 6/49 and Québec 49 simultaneously.
With Super forfait, you can play Lotto 6/49, Québec 49, Lotto Max, Québec Max and Grande Vie simultaneously.
With Forfait lottos, you can play Lotto 6/49, Québec 49, Lotto Max and Québec Max simultaneously.
You may play as a group at a retailer with Formule groupe and Formule super groupe.
You may play combination.
Extra and the Replay option are available with this game.
You may purchase one or more valid selections for more than one draw.
Deadline for wagers: Every Wednesday and Saturday, 10:30 p.m.
See the selection slip for more details or check out the Lotto 6/49 web page.
This game can be played at a retailer, online or by using the mobile application.
Current Lotto 6/49 Game Conditions [PDF, 150 KB]
Game Conditions in effet until the September 10, 2022, draw [PDF, 149 KB]
How Québec 49 works
QUÉBEC 49 is governed by the BYLAW RESPECTING FORECAST CONTESTS AND NUMBERS GAMES, published in the GAZETTE OFFICIELLE DU QUÉBEC, which includes limitations of liability
Draw every Wednesday and Saturday.
Each selection is composed of 6 numbers from 1 to 49.
Cost of each selection: $1
To enter one or more draws, present your completed selection slip or request one or more Quick Picks (computergenerated selections) to your retailer and pay the amount wagered.
A ticket is issued indicating, among other things, the name of the game(s), the draw date(s), the selection(s) and a control number.
Draw
On each draw date, or as soon as possible after that date, LotoQuébec will draw at random six main numbers and one bonus number among all numbers from 1 to 49.
Prize structure 


Category  Prize 
6/6  $2, 000,000 divisible 
5/6 + bonus number  $75,000* 
5/6  $750 
4/6  $75 
3/6  $10 
2/6 + bonus number  $5 
*The total amount payable for prizes in the 5/6+ bonus number category is limited to $450,000 per draw. If this limit is reached, the prize amounts will be determined in proportion to the number of winning selections in this category.
Following a draw, the value of each prize is calculated according to the current prize structure.
Before leaving the point of sale, verify the information on your ticket and sign it.
With Double jeu 49, you can play Lotto 6/49 and Québec 49 simultaneously.
With Super forfait, you can play Lotto 6/49, Québec 49, Lotto Max, Québec Max and Grande Vie simultaneously.
With Forfait lottos, you can play Lotto 6/49, Québec 49, Lotto Max and Québec Max simultaneously.
You may play as a group at a retailer with Formule groupe and Formule super groupe.
You may play combination.
Extra and the Replay option are available with this game.
You may purchase one or more valid selections for more than one draw.
Deadline for wagers: every Wednesday and Saturday, 10:30 p.m.
See the selection slip for more details or check out the Québec 49 web page.
This game can be played at a retailer, online or by using the mobile application.
How Grande Vie works
Draw every Monday and Thursday
Each play is comprised of one selection of 5 Main Numbers and one Grand Number (GN).
Cost per play: $3
The theoretical payoff rate is 49%.
This game can be played by quick pick (miseéclair) or by presenting a duly completed selection slip.
Draw
On each draw date, or as soon as possible after that date, the Interprovincial Lottery Corporation (ILC) will cause five Main Numbers to be drawn at random among all numbers from 1 to 49 and one Grand Number to be drawn at random among all numbers from 1 to 7.
Prize structure 


Category  Prize 
5/5+GN  $1,000 a day for life* 
5/5  $25,000 a year for life* 
4/5+GN  $1,000 
4/5  $500 
3/5+GN  $100 
3/5  $20 
2/5+GN  $10 
1/5+GN  $4 
0/5+GN  Free Play 
* Winning selection holder for a lifetime annuity may choose between the annuity or the specified lump sum. The lump sum of the "$1,000 a day for life" annuity is $7,000,000, that of the "$25,000 a year for life" annuity is $500,000. When there is more than one winning selection in a same category at a same draw, annuity prizes are replaced with the applicable lump sum, that will be shared amongst the winners in the category (see terms and exclusions in the Game Conditions [PDF, 72 KB]).
Only an individual player aged 18 or over, residing in Canada and having bought his ticket in Québec can claim a lifetime annuity from LotoQuébec.
Before leaving the point of sale, verify the information on your ticket and sign it.
Deadline for wagers: every Monday and Thursday at 10:30 p.m.
See the selection slip for more details or check out the Grande Vie web page.
This game can be played at a retailer, online or by using the mobile application.
How Banco works
Draw each evening.
Each selection is composed of 2 to 10 numbers from 1 to 70.
The amount wagered on each selection can be $1, $2, $5 or $10.
This game can be played by quick pick (miseéclair) or by presenting a duly completed selection slip.
Turbo Option
Choose the Turbo option to multiply your prize either x 1, x 2, x 3, x 4, x 5 or even x 10. To participate, just mark the box or request the Turbo option and double the amount of your wager.
At each Banco draw, an additional draw will be conducted to determine the applicable Turbo multiplier for prizes won with selections valid for the Turbo option for this draw. Possible multipliers are as follows:
Turbo  Odds of winning 

x 1  1/3.85 
x 2  1/2.94 
x 3  1/3.7 
x 4  1/10 
x 5  1/50 
x 10  1/100 
With Turbo x 1, prizes remain unchanged.
The Turbo option is available for all Banco wagers except the $10 wager 10.
Draw
On each draw date, or as soon as possible after that date, LotoQuébec will cause twenty numbers to be drawn at random among all numbers from 1 to 70.
The winning selections as a result of a Banco draw are determined according to the type of wager, the amount of the wager and the number of winning numbers (Category). You can wage from 2 to 10 numbers. The prize structure shows the prizes for a $1 wager.
Prize structure 


Type of Wager  Category  Prize* 
10  10/10  200000 
9/10  5000  
8/10  200  
7/10  25  
6/10  5  
0/10  2  
9  9/9  50000 
8/9  1000  
7/9  100  
6/9  5  
8  8/8  25000 
7/8  200  
6/8  10  
7  7/7  5000 
6/7  50  
5/7  5  
6  6/6  1000 
5/6  25  
5  5/5  250 
4/5  5  
4  4/4  100 
3  3/3  25 
2  2/2  7 
*The total amount payable for prizes in a category is limited to $10,000,000 per draw, including prizes won with selections valid for the Turbo option. If this limit is reached, the prize amounts will be determined in proportion to the number of winning selections in the category, according to amounts wagered and the applicable Turbo multiplier for these selections. For calculation purposes, the amounts wagered only include the amounts wagered before the Turbo option.
Before leaving the point of sale, verify the information on your ticket and sign it.
Deadline for wagers: every evening, 10:30 p.m.
See the selection slip for more details or check out the Banco web page.
This game can be played at a retailer, online or by using the mobile application.
How Banco spécial works
Draw every evening.
Each selection is composed of 20 numbers from 1 to 70.
Cost of each selection is $5.
This game can be played by quick pick (miseéclair) or by presenting a duly completed selection slip.
Turbo Option
Choose the Turbo option to multiply your prize either x 1, x 2, x 3, x 4, x 5 or even x 10. To participate, just mark the box or request the Turbo option and double the amount of your wager.
At each Banco draw, an additional draw will be conducted to determine the applicable Turbo multiplier for prizes won with selections valid for the Turbo option for this draw. Possible multipliers are as follows:
Turbo  Odds of winning 

x 1  1/3.85 
x 2  1/2.94 
x 3  1/3.7 
x 4  1/10 
x 5  1/50 
x 10  1/100 
With Turbo x 1, prizes remain unchanged.
Draw
On each draw date, or as soon as possible after that date, LotoQuébec will cause twenty numbers to be drawn at random among all numbers from 1 to 70.
To be a winning selection, out of the 20 numbers drawn, the selection must include the number indicated in the "Category" column of the prize structure below.
Prize Structure 


Class  Category*  Prize** 
1  15 to 20/20  1000000 
2  14/20  10000 
3  13/20  1000 
4  12/20  500 
5  11/20  50 
6  10/20  20 
7  9/20  10 
8  8/20  5 
9  3/20  5 
10  2/20  10 
11  1/20  20 
12  0/20  500 
* The 4/20 to 7/20 categories are nonwinning categories to which no prize is attributed.
** The total amount payable for prizes in a class is limited to $10,000,000 per draw, including prizes won with selections valid for the Turbo option. If this limit is reached, the prize amounts will be determined in proportion to the number of winning selections in the class, considering the applicable Turbo multiplier for these selections.
Before leaving the point of sale, verify the information on your ticket and sign it.
Deadline for wagers: every evening, 10:30 p.m.
See the selection slip for more details or check out the Banco spécial web page.
This game can be played at a retailer, online or by using the mobile application.
How Extra works
Draw every evening.
Each Extra number is made up of 7 digits from 0 to 9. Digits may be repeated a number of times.
The price per Extra number is $1.
Extra cannot be played alone. It is always linked to another product.
All Extra numbers are generated by computer.
Up to 10 Extra numbers may be played on the same ticket (except for instant lotteries and Quick Play games).
Draw
A draw is conducted using 7 ball machines each containing 10 balls numbered from 0 to 9. One ball is drawn from each ball machine to form the winning number. The number is decomposable in both directions.
Terminalbased lotteries with a draw
The Extra number drawn for a given date is used for all lottery draw games to which it is linked and whose draw took place on that same date. When the consumer uses the Replay option for the product to which it is linked, the Extra is also replayed. Note that the Replay option is not available for Quick Play games.
Terminalbased lotteries without a draw
The Extra number is valid for the evening draw on the day of purchase, provided that the wager was registered by 10:30 p.m. Otherwise, it is valid for the next Extra draw. The Replay option is not available.
Prize structure 


Category  Prize 
7 digits  $1,000,000 divisible 
Last 6 digits  $25,000 
Last 5 digits  $500 
Last 4 digits  $50 
Last 3 digits  $20 
Last 2 digits  $5 
Last digit  $2 
First 6 digits  $10,000 
First 5 digits  $500 
First 4 digits  $50 
First 3 digits  $20 
First 2 digits  $5 
For more details, check out the Extra web page.
How Quotidienne 2 works
Draw every evening.
Each selection is composed of 2 digits from 0 to 9. One digit can occur many times.
The amount wagered on the selection can be $0.50, $1, $2, $5 or $10.
This game can be played by quick pick (miseéclair) or by presenting a duly completed selection slip.
Draw
On each draw date, or as soon as possible after that date, LotoQuébec will cause a winning number made up of two digits from 0 to 9 to be drawn at random.
Prize structure 


Type of Wager  Category  Prize* 
Exact order  Your selection bears the 2 digits of the winning number in the exact order.  50 
Any order  Your selection bears the 2 digits of the winning number in any order and includes:  
2 identical digits (ex.: 11)  $50  
2 different digits (ex.: 12)  $25 
*For each dollar wagered
Before leaving the point of sale, verify the information on your ticket and sign it.
Deadline for wagers: 10:30 p.m., each evening.
See the selection slip for more details or check out the Quotidienne web page.
This game can be played at a retailer, online or by using the mobile application.
How Quotidienne 3 works
Draw every evening.
Each selection is composed of 3 digits from 0 to 9. One digit can occur many times.
The amount wagered on the selection can be $0.50, $1, $2, $5 or $10.
This game can be played by quick pick (miseéclair) or by presenting a duly completed selection slip.
Draw
On each draw date, or as soon as possible after that date, LotoQuébec will cause a winning number made up of three digits from 0 to 9 to be drawn at random.
Prize structure 


Type of Wager  Category  Prize* 
Exact order  Your selection bears the 3 digits of the winning number in the exact order.  450 
Any order  Your selection bears the 3 digits of the winning number in any order and includes:  
3 identical digits (ex.: 111)  $450  
2 identical digits (ex.: 112)  $150  
3 different digits (ex.: 123)  $75 
*For each dollar wagered
Before leaving the point of sale, verify the information on your ticket and sign it.
Deadline for wagers: 10:30 p.m., each evening.
See the selection slip for more details or check out the Quotidienne web page.
This game can be played at a retailer, online or by using the mobile application.
How Quotidienne 4 works
Draw every evening.
Each selection is composed of 4 digits from 0 to 9. One digit can occur many times.
The amount wagered on the selection can be $0.50, $1, $2, $5 or $10. This game can be played by quick pick (miseéclair) or by presenting a duly completed selection slip.
Draw
On each draw date, or as soon as possible after that date, LotoQuébec will cause a winning number made up of four digits from 0 to 9 to be drawn at random.
Prize structure 


Type of Wager  Category  Prize* 
Exact order  Your selection bears the 4 digits of the winning number in the exact order.  4500 
Any order  Your selection bears the 4 digits of the winning number in any order and includes:  
4 identical digits (ex.: 1111)  $4,500  
3 identical digits (ex.: 1112)  $1,125  
2 pairs (ex.: 1122)  $750  
2 identical digits (ex.: 1123)  $375  
4 different digits (ex.: 1234)  $187.50 
*For each dollar wagered
Before leaving the point of sale, verify the information on your ticket and sign it.
Deadline for wagers: 10:30 p.m., each evening.
See the selection slip for more details or check out the Quotidienne web page.
This game can be played at a retailer, online or by using the mobile application.
How Triplex works
Draw every evening.
Each participation is composed of 15 numbers presented on 3 horizontal lines. The computer will generate 5 random numbers from 1 to 41, for each horizontal line.
Cost of each participation is $1.
Up to 5 participations per ticket.
This game can only be played by Quick Pick (miseéclair) and the Replay Option is not available.
Each participation could make you win with 3, 4 or 5 good numbers on one horizontal line. You could also win if your participation has, among all 15 numbers, at least 4 "MIX and MATCH" numbers identical to the numbers drawn or has no (0) good numbers. Thus, you could win up to 4 times with one participation.
Only one prize per horizontal line and one "MIX and MATCH" prize can be claimed by winning participation.
Examples of winning participations
 3, 4 or 5 good numbers on one HORIZONTAL LINE
 At least 4 good "MIX and MATCH" numbers among the 15
 NO GOOD NUMBERS (0) among the 15
Draw
On each draw date, or as soon as possible after that draw date, LotoQuébec draws at random five numbers from 1 to 41. The winning participations as a result of any Triplex draw are determined as follows:
Prize structure 


Category  Prize* 
One horizontal line  
5/5  20000 
4/5  100 
3/5  3 
"Mix and match" from all 15 numbers  
8 and + /15  1000 
7/15  75 
6/15  20 
5/15  5 
4/15  1 
No good numbers  
0/15  1 free participation 
*The total amount payable for prizes in the 5/5 category is limited to $100,000 per draw. If this limit is reached, the prize amounts will be determined in proportion to the number of winning selections in this category.
Before leaving the point of sale, verify the information on your ticket and sign it.
Deadline for wagers: 10:30 p.m., each evening.
Check out the Triplex web page for more details.
This game can be played at a retailer, online or by using the mobile application.
How Astro works
Draw every evening.
Each selection is composed of:
 one day (jour) from 1 to 31
 one month (mois) from January to December
 one year (année) from 00 to 99
 one astrological sign (signe astrologique) from Aries to Pisces
Cost of $1 per selection.
It is possible to wager on a date which does not exist, for example on February 31.
This game can be played by quick pick (miseéclair) or by presenting a duly completed selection slip.
Draw
When the draw is conducted, the elements of the selection are drawn at random from four different ball machines.
Prize structure 


Category  Prize* 
4/4  $25,000 
3/4  $500 
2/4  $10 
1/4  Free selection 
The prizes are fixed*, including the grand prize.
*The total amount payable for prizes in a category is limited to $2,000,000 per draw. If this limit is reached, the prize amounts will be determined in proportion to the number of winning selections in the category.
Before leaving the point of sale, verify the information on your ticket and sign it.
Deadline for wagers: 10:30 p.m., each evening.
See the selection slip for more details or check out the Astro web page.
This game can be played at a retailer, online or by using the mobile application.
How La Mini works
Draw every Friday.
Each selection represents a number of six digits, from 1 to 9 for the first digit, and from 0 to 9 for the five other digits.
Cost of $0.50 per selection.
You can play up to 10 selections per ticket by using the quick pick option.
Draw
At the draw, LotoQuébec randomly draws six digits, from 1 to 9 for the first digit, and from 0 to 9 for the other digits.
Prize structure 


Winning number  Prize 
The complete number  50000 
Last 5 digits  5 000 
Last 4 digits  250 
Last 3 digits  25 
Last 2 digits  5 
First 5 digits  1000 
First 4 digits  100 
First 3 digits  10 
Before leaving the point of sale, verify the information on your ticket and sign it.
Deadline for wagers: every Friday at 10:30 p.m.
See the selection slip for more details or check out the La Mini web page.
This game can be played at a retailer, online or by using the mobile application.
How Lotto Poker works
Quick Play and Daily Draw.
Available every day.
Draw each evening.
Lotto Poker is governed by the BYLAW RESPECTING FORECAST CONTESTS AND NUMBERS GAMES, published in the GAZETTE OFFICIELLE DU QUÉBEC, which includes limitation of liability.
The card game used in Lotto Poker is composed of a regular 52card deck with four suits (Hearts, Clubs, Diamonds and Spades) of 13 cards each. Each selection (a fivecard hand) allows you to participate in the Quick Play at a retailer and in the evening draw.
Cost of a selection: $2
This game can only be played using Quick Pick.
Up to three selections per ticket. All cards on a ticket come from a single deck of cards. The same card cannot be used for more than one selection on the same ticket.
Extra is available for this game for an additional $1.
Ask your retailer for one or more Lotto Poker selections, with or without the Plus option, and pay for your ticket before he completes the transaction on the game terminal.
Quick Play
When your transaction is being processed, the selection(s) of your ticket are displayed on the terminal's consumer screen. A selection is a winner if it forms one of the poker hands that are described in the corresponding Lotto Poker Quick Play Prize Structure.
Plus option (Lotto Poker Plus animation)
To participate, just request the Plus option. If you choose the Plus option, each selection on your ticket will cost an additional $1.
The progressive jackpot starts at $10,000.
Prize structure (Quick Play) 


Poker Hand  Lotto Poker prizes  Lotto Poker Plus prizes 
Royal flush 10, Jack, Queen, King and Ace of the same suit* 
5000  $5,000 + Progressive jackpot 
Straight flush 5 consecutive cards of the same suit* 
500  $500 + 10% of the progressive jackpot 
Four of a kind 4 cards of the same rank 
100  $200 
Full house 3ofakind and a pair 
50  $100 
Flush 5 cards of the same suit* 
30  $60 
Straight 5 cards in consecutive ranking, regardless of suit* 
20  $20 
Three of a kind 3 cards of the same rank 
10  $10 
Two pairs 2 pairs 
4  $4 
Pair of Jacks or better 2 cards of the same rank (Jack, Queen, King or Ace) 
2  $2 
*The four suits are Hearts, Clubs, Diamonds and Spades.
In increasing order, the rank of the cards is as follows: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen, King and Ace. However, an Ace may be used to complete an Ace2345 straight.
Only one prize can be claimed per winning selection in the Quick Play.
A ticket will be issued at the end of the Quick Play screen animation indicating, among other things, the name of the game, a control number, the draw date for which your selection(s) are valid and your selection. A message both on your ticket and displayed on the terminal's consumer screen will tell you if you have won in the Quick Play. Tickets cannot be cancelled. The Replay option is not available.
Draw
On each draw date or as soon as possible thereafter, LotoQuébec conducts a draw to determine at random 5 cards among the 52 cards of the deck.
A selection is a winner if it contains 2, 3, 4 or 5 cards identical to the cards drawn.
Prize structure (draw) 


Category Number of cards identical to the cards drawn 
Prize** 
5/5  100000 
4/5  500 
3/5  20 
2/5  2 
** Fixed prize. The total amount payable for prizes in a category is limited to $300,000 per draw. If this limit is reached, the prize amounts will be determined in proportion to the number of winning selections in the category.
There is no requirement to get a winning poker hand in the Quick Play to be eligible to win in the draw game. Only one prize may be claimed per winning selection per draw. If a prize won at Quick Play is claimed before the draw of the date indicated on the ticket, the claiming of any prize won at this draw or with the Extra draw if you added it, is made with the replacement ticket. If your wager is registered before the deadline for wagers, you will participate in the draw held on the same day. Only the "Lotto Poker" and the "Extra" numbers registered in the central computer system participate in the games.
Before leaving the point of sale, verify the information on your ticket and sign it.
Deadline for wagers: 10:30 p.m., each evening.
Check out the Lotto Poker web page for more details.
This game can be played at a retailer, online or by using the mobile application.
How Sprinto works
Quick Play and Daily Draw.
Available every day.
Draw each evening.
Sprinto is governed by the BYLAW RESPECTING FORECAST CONTESTS AND NUMBERS GAMES, published in the GAZETTE OFFICIELLE DU QUÉBEC, which includes limitation of liability.
The Sprinto animation reveals a selection for an evening draw and the results of the instore Quick Play (racing game). A selection is made up of 5 numbers from 1 to 50.
Cost of a selection: $2 or $5
Only one selection per ticket. The $5 selection offers larger prizes and better odds of winning a prize in the Quick Play.
This game can only be played using Quick Pick.
Extra is available for this game for an additional $1.
Ask your retailer for a $2 or $5 selection and pay for your ticket before he completes the transaction on the game terminal.
Quick play
When your transaction is being processed, the 5 contestants designated by the numbers of the selection on your ticket will be shown on the terminal's consumer screen in order to race against each other. Before the race starts, and in a random manner:
 The grand prize for the Quick Play in question and the "Bonne chance au tirage" ("Good luck for the draw") message will each be associated to one of the five contestants; and
 3 other prizes from the Quick Play prize structure in question will respectively be associated to the remaining 3 contestants.
In the event of a win at Quick Play, the prize is the one associated with the contestant who wins the race.
Prize structures (Quick Play) 


Prize $2 Selection 
Odds of winning 
Prize $5 Selection 
Odds of winning 
5000  1 / 706,253.3  25000  1 / 706,253.3 
1000  1 / 84,750.4  1000  1 / 70,625.3 
100  1 / 7,062.5  100  1 / 6,053.6 
50  1 / 1,059.4  50  1 / 847.5 
10  1 / 53  25  1 / 44.1 
4  1 / 21.2  10  1 / 14.1 
2  1 / 4.7  5  1 / 4.7 
A ticket will be issued at the end of the Quick Play screen animation indicating, among other things, the name of the game, a control number, the draw date for which your selection is valid and your selection. A message both on your ticket and displayed on the terminal's consumer screen will tell you if you have won in the Quick Play. Tickets cannot be cancelled. The Replay option is not available.
Draw
On each draw date or as soon as possible thereafter, LotoQuébec will cause 5 numbers to be drawn at random among all numbers from 1 to 50.
A selection is a winner if it contains 2, 3, 4 or 5 numbers identical to the numbers drawn.
Prize structure (draw*) 


Category  Odds of winning 
Prize** $2 Selection 
Prize*** $5 Selection 
5/5  1/2,118,760  100000  250000 
4/5  1/9,416.7  500  1250 
3/5  1/214  10  25 
2/5  1/14.9  2  5 
*Only one draw will be conducted for all selections that are valid for this draw, whether they are $2 or $5 selections.
**Fixed prizes. The total amount payable for prizes in a category is limited to $300,000 per draw. If this limit is reached, the prize amounts will be determined in proportion to the number of winning selections in the category.
***Fixed prizes. The total amount payable for prizes in a category is limited to $750,000 per draw. If this limit is reached, the prize amounts will be determined in proportion to the number of winning selections in the category.
There is no requirement to win in the Quick Play to be eligible to win in the draw game.
Only one prize may be claimed per winning selection per draw. If a prize won at Quick Play is claimed before the draw of the date indicated on the ticket, the claiming of any prize won at this draw or with the Extra draw if you added it, is made with the replacement ticket. If your wager is registered before the deadline for wagers, you will participate in the draw held on the same day. Only the "Sprinto" and the "Extra" numbers registered in the central computer system participate in the games.
Before leaving the point of sale, verify the information on your ticket and sign it.
Deadline for wagers: 10:30 p.m., each evening.
See the selection slip for more details or check out the Sprinto web page.
This game can be played at a retailer, online or by using the mobile application.
How Lotto :D works
Quick Play and Daily Draw.
Available every day.
Draw each evening.
Lotto :D is governed by the BYLAW RESPECTING FORECAST CONTESTS AND NUMBERS GAMES, published in the GAZETTE OFFICIELLE DU QUÉBEC, which includes limitation of liability.
The Lotto :D animation is composed of a "Dé rouge" (one red dice) and of "Vos dés" (your dice), being eight white dice. Each dice has six sides.
This animation reveals the results of the instore Quick Play and leads to a selection for an evening draw. Each selection represents a number composed of 8 digits from 1 to 6. These eight digits are those obtained in "Vos dés" during the Quick Play animation.
Cost of a selection: $2 or $5
Only one selection per ticket. The $5 selection offers larger prizes.
This game can only be played using Quick Pick.
Extra is available for this game for an additional $1.
Ask your retailer for a $2 or $5 selection and pay for your ticket before he completes the transaction on the game terminal.
Quick Play
When your transaction is being processed, the "Dé rouge" will be shown on the terminal's consumer screen, followed by "Vos dés". In the event that at least two of "Vos dés" are identical in value to the "Dé rouge", you win the corresponding prize as indicated in the Lotto :D Quick Play Prize Structure.
Prize structures (Quick Play) 


Number of "Vos dés" identical in value to the "Dé rouge" 
Odds of winning 
Prize $2 Selection 
Prize $5 Selection 
8 dice  1 / 1,679,616  2000  5000 
7 dice  1 / 41,990.4  200  500 
6 dice  1 / 2,399.5  100  150 
5 dice  1 / 240  10  20 
4 dice  1 / 38.4  6  15 
3 dice  1 / 9.6  3  10 
2 dice  1 / 3.8  2  5 
Only one prize per Quick Play can be claimed. A ticket will be issued at the end of the Quick Play screen animation indicating, among other things, the name of the game, a control number, the draw date for which your selection is valid and your selection. A message both on your ticket and displayed on the terminal's consumer screen will tell you if you have won in the Quick Play. Tickets cannot be cancelled. The Replay option is not available.
Draw
On each draw date or as soon as possible thereafter, LotoQuébec will perform 8 random draws, each among all digits from 1 to 6, to form in order the winning number.
Prize structure (Draw*) 


Category  Odds of winning 
Prize** $2 Selection 
Prize*** $5 Selection 
Complete number (8 digits) 
1 / 1,679,616  25000  100000 
7 last digits  1 / 335,923.2  1000  2000 
6 last digits  1 / 55,987.2  100  150 
5 last digits  1 / 9,597.8  20  50 
4 last digits  1 / 1,599.6  10  15 
3 last digits  1 / 266.6  5  10 
2 last digits  1 / 44.4  2  5 
7 first digits  1 / 335,923.2  1000  2000 
6 first digits  1 / 55,987.2  100  150 
5 first digits  1 / 9,597.8  20  50 
4 first digits  1 / 1,599.6  10  15 
3 first digits  1 / 266.6  5  10 
2 first digits  1 / 44.4  2  5 
*Only one draw will be conducted for all selections that are valid for this draw, whether they are $2 or $5 selections.
**Fixed prizes. The total amount payable for prizes in a category is limited to $75,000 per draw. If this limit is reached, the prize amounts will be determined in proportion to the number of winning selections in the category.
***Fixed prizes. The total amount payable for prizes in a category is limited to $300,000 per draw. If this limit is reached, the prize amounts will be determined in proportion to the number of winning selections in the category.
There is no requirement to win in the Quick Play to be eligible to win in the draw game.
Only one prize may be claimed per winning selection per draw. If a prize won at Quick Play is claimed before the draw of the date indicated on the ticket, the claiming of any prize won at this draw or with the Extra draw if you added it, is made with the replacement ticket. If your wager is registered before the deadline for wagers, you will participate in the draw held on the same day. Only the "Lotto :D" and the "Extra" numbers registered in the central computer system participate in the games.
Before leaving the point of sale, verify the information on your ticket and sign it.
Deadline for wagers: 10:30 p.m., each evening.
Check out the Lotto :D web page for more details.
This game can be played at a retailer, online or by using the mobile application.
How Roue de fortune Éclair works
Roue de fortune Éclair is governed by the BYLAW RESPECTING FORECAST CONTESTS AND NUMBERS GAMES, published in the GAZETTE OFFICIELLE DU QUÉBEC, which includes limitations of liability.
Roue de fortune Éclair is a $3 or $5 terminalbased Quick Play game. Limit of one play per ticket. The $5 play offers bigger prizes and better odds of winning a TV participation.
As the transaction is being processed, a wheel divided into segments is displayed on the screen and starts to spin. A white ball bounces from one segment to another before stopping on one of the segments.
If the ball stops on a segment associated with a prize, you win that prize. A ticket will be issued at the end of the Quick Play screen animation indicating, among other things, the name of the game and a control number. A message both on your ticket and displayed on the terminal's consumer display screen will tell you if you have won in the Quick Play.
Consult the following prize structures to see the odds of winning each prize. The animation is used solely for entertainment purposes and cannot be used to determine the odds of winning.
Prize structure  $3 play 


Prize  Odds of winning 
TV participation*  1 / 466,667.0 
$5,000  1 / 583,333.8 
$100  1 / 16,092.0 
$50  1 / 4,575.2 
$25  1 / 245.6 
$15  1 / 108.5 
$10  1 / 27.1 
$8  1 / 23.8 
$5  1 / 14.2 
$3  1 / 6.2 
Prize structure  $5 play 


Prize  Odds of winning 
TV participation*  1 / 388,889.2 
$10,000  1 / 583,333.8 
$200  1 / 77,777.8 
$100  1 / 6,666.7 
$50  1 / 777.8 
$25  1 / 108.5 
$20  1 / 27.1 
$15  1 / 23.8 
$10  1 / 13.6 
$5  1 / 6.2 
*The TV participation prize is valid for the Roue de fortune chez vous! televised show. LotoQuébec must approve the proposed location.
How to play Roue de fortune Éclair: Ask your retailer for a $3 or $5 Quick Play and pay for your ticket before the transaction is completed on the game terminal. Tickets cannot be cancelled. The Replay option is not available.
Extra is available with this game for an additional $1. The latter is governed by the applicable regulation, which includes limitations of liability. To participate, ask your retailer to add Extra to your ticket and pay $1 for one number, for one draw. If these conditions are met, the word “EXTRA” and the draw date will appear on the ticket above the number generated for the Extra draw. If these conditions are not met, “EXTRA NON PARTICIPANT” will appear on the ticket with the systemgenerated number and you will not participate in the Extra draw. If you chose to add Extra and you claim a Quick Play prize before the draw date indicated on your ticket, a replacement ticket will be issued. The claiming of any prize won at this draw is made with the replacement ticket. Only “Extra” numbers registered in LotoQuébec's central computer system participate in the game.
Before leaving the point of sale, verify the information on your ticket and sign it.
Check out the Roue de fortune éclair web page for more details.
This game can be played at a retailer, online or by using the mobile application.
How Tout ou rien works
Draw every evening
Tout ou rien offers the chance to win the grand prize with all or none of the numbers of the winning selection. Other prizes are also offered.
Each selection is composed of 12 numbers from 1 to 24.
The cost is $2 per selection.
A ticket can contain up to 10 selections.
This game can be played by quick pick (miseéclair) or by presenting a duly completed selection slip.
The Replay option and Extra are available.
Draw
On each draw date, or as soon as possible after that date, LotoQuébec will cause 12 numbers to be drawn at random among all numbers from 1 to 24. Winning selections generated by a Tout ou rien draw are determined as follows:
Category*  Prize** 

12/12  250000 
11/12  1000 
10/12  25 
9/12  10 
8/12  2 
4/12  2 
3/12  10 
2/12  25 
1/12  1000 
0/12  250000 
Only one prize can be claimed per winning selection per draw.
*The 5/12 to 7/12 categories are nonwinning categories to which no prize is attributed.
**The total amount of payable prizes for all categories offering the grand prize (12/12 and 0/12 categories) is limited to $2,000,000 per draw. If this limit is reached, the prize amounts will be determined in proportion to the number of winning selections of the grand prize.
Deadline for wagers: 10:30 p.m., each evening.
Before leaving the point of sale, verify the information on your ticket and sign it.
See the selection slip for more details or check out the Tout ou rien web page.
This game can be played at a retailer, online or by using the mobile application.
How Formule groupe works
LOTTO MAX and LOTTO 6/49 are governed by the RULES AND REGULATIONS RESPECTING LOTTERIES AND LOTTERY TICKETS of the Interprovincial Lottery Corporation (“ILC”) which include limitations of liability.
QUÉBEC MAX, QUÉBEC 49 AND EXTRA are governed by the BYLAW RESPECTING FORECAST CONTESTS AND NUMBERS GAMES, published in the GAZETTE OFFICIELLE DU QUÉBEC, which includes limitations of liability.
"Formule groupe" allows people to play the lottery as a group. To create a group, present a duly completed Formule groupe selection slip to a retailer or request Quick Picks (i.e. computergenerated selections) and pay the retailer the total amount wagered.
Each group member will receive a ticket with a bar code. Each group member will therefore be able to check whether or not their ticket is a winning ticket using a selfserve ticket checker at a retail location. Each member who is a rightful ticket holder may also have their ticket validated and claim their share of a prize (i.e. share of prize of $600 or less) at the retail location of their choice. Otherwise, they must claim their share at a designated LotoQuébec establishment.
Only one prize may be claimed per winning selection. The prize value will be calculated according to the number of group shares belonging to the rightful ticket holder. The winning selections for a draw are determined as per the rules of the lottery game, and the prize value is calculated as per the prize structure in effect for each lottery game. The prize structure for each lottery game is available from LotoQuébec upon request or on the game's page.
Formule groupe is available for the following games:
 Lotto Max
 Québec Max
 Lotto Max + Québec Max
 Lotto 6/49
 Québec 49
 Lotto 6/49 + Québec 49
It’s also possible to add Extra.
Cost of each play (share):
 Lotto Max: $5 for three 7 number selections*
 Québec Max: $2 for three 7 number selections*
 Lotto Max + Québec Max: $7 for the same three 7 number selections* participate in both the Lotto Max and Québec Max draws of a same date
 Lotto 6/49: $3 for one 6 number selection (the Classic Selection) and one "Gold Ball Draw Number"
 Québec 49: $1 for one 6 number selection
 Lotto 6/49 + Québec 49: $4 for one 6number selection, valid for both Lotto 6/49 and Québec 49 draws of a same date, and one "Gold Ball Draw Number", a computergenerated 10digit number, valid for the Lotto 6/49 draw only.
*Either the chosen selection plus two computergenerated selections or, if opting for a Quick Pick, three computergenerated selections.
A group may purchase 2 to 20 plays for the next draw of the concerned game(s). For Extra, the retailer will indicate how many numbers can be added for your group ($1 per number for one draw).
Each ticket will indicate, among other things, the name of the game(s), the draw date, the group number, the group total number of shares, the plays and a control number, as well as the dollar value and number of shares associated with this ticket. A ticket is valid for only one draw per chosen lottery game.
Before leaving the point of sale, verify the information on the tickets, then give each group member their ticket, and remind them to sign it.
To "Replay" the same group, the group leader must have the "Création de groupe" coupon in his possession.
Deadline for wagers: 10:30 p.m. on the night of the draw of the game(s) of the selected option.
See its respective selection slip or web page for more details on each game : Lotto 6/49, Québec 49, Lotto Max, Québec Max and Extra. For Lotto Max, Lotto 6/49 and Québec Max, when a free play is won, it will automatically be issued to the group for the draw following the one in which it was won.
Check out the Formule groupe web page for more details.
How Formule super groupe works
LOTTO MAX and LOTTO 6/49 are governed by the RULES AND REGULATIONS RESPECTING LOTTERIES AND LOTTERY TICKETS of the Interprovincial Lottery Corporation (“ILC”) which include limitations of liability.
QUÉBEC MAX, QUÉBEC 49 AND EXTRA are governed by the BYLAW RESPECTING FORECAST CONTESTS AND NUMBERS GAMES, published in the GAZETTE OFFICIELLE DU QUÉBEC, which includes limitations of liability.
Formule super groupe enables you to buy a share in a group, which is pooled with those of the other group members. One share corresponds to a predetermined number of selection(s) or play(s) in one or more lotteries, for one draw. The features of the groups and the shares are defined by LotoQuébec.
The maximum number of shares in a group (21 to 100) is also determined by LotoQuébec. Due to the way groups evolve, the final number of shares in a group is confirmed at the applicable deadline for wagers and corresponds to the number of shares actually sold at time of said deadline, regardless of whether the maximum number of shares has been reached. For example, a group with a maximum number of 50 shares could end up with only 40 shares if only 40 of the 50 shares were sold at the deadline for wagers.
Each group member receives a ticket with a bar code. It is therefore possible, for each group member, to check whether or not if his ticket is a winner using a selfserve ticket checker at a retailer. Similarly, each member who is the lawful holder of a valid ticket may also have his ticket validated and claim his share of a prize (share of prize of $600 or less) at the retailer of his choice. Otherwise, he must claim it at a designated LotoQuébec establishment.
The lawful holder of a valid ticket which, for one game, bears a winning selection according to the applicable rules then in force for that game, is entitled to claim one prize only for that winning selection. The value of that prize will be calculated according to the number of shares in the group belonging to the lawful holder. Winning selections resulting from a draw are determined according to the rules described on each game's selection slip, and the amount of each prize is calculated according to the prize structure in force for each game. The prize structures for each lottery game are available from LotoQuébec upon request or on the game's page.
The following games are offered in Formule super groupe:
 Lotto Max
 Québec Max
 Lotto Max + Québec Max
 Lotto 6/49
 Québec 49
 Lotto 6/49 + Québec 49
Extra is also offered with some groups.
Cost of each play (share):
 Lotto Max: $5 for three 7number selections
 Québec Max: $2 for three 7number selections
 Lotto Max + Québec Max: $7 for the same three 7number selections participating in both the Lotto Max and Québec Max draws of a same date
 Lotto 6/49: $3 for one 6number selection (the "Classic Selection") and one "Gold Ball Draw Number", a computergenerated 10digit number
 Québec 49: $1 for one 6number selection
 Lotto 6/49 + Québec 49: $4 for one 6number selection, valid for both Lotto 6/49 and Québec 49 draws of a same date, and one "Gold Ball Draw Number", a computergenerated 10digit number, valid for the Lotto 6/49 draw only.
One share can also include one Extra number for $1 more.
Games offered in Formule super groupe can only be played using Quick Pick.
Each ticket represents one share of the group with which it's associated and indicates, among other things, the name of the game(s), the draw date, the group number, the maximum number of shares in the group, the play issued at the purchase of that ticket, a control number and the cost of the share.
Subject to the following, it is possible to purchase more than one share in a group or one share in more than one group, but it is not possible to purchase more than one share in more than one group in a single transaction. The sale of more than one share in a same group ends 30 minutes before the deadline for wagers on the night of the draw of the game(s) of the selected option.
The retailer may cancel one or more shares in a group only within 30 minutes of registration, but never after the deadline for wagers or after midnight on the day of registration. During the cancellation period, it is not possible to see the selections of these shares as they can still be cancelled. For this reason, some selections are blurred when viewing the list of selections.
The number of shares sold and the list of selections for the group are available at any time on the Formule super groupe web page or on the app, and are continually updated. You can also see the number of shares sold in the group using a selfserve ticket checker at a retailer. It is also possible to obtain the full list of a group's selections from a retailer once the group is "closed."
A group is considered closed when all shares have been sold and the 30minute cancellation period has elapsed after the last share was sold, or after the applicable deadline for wagers.
Only the "Lotto Max", "Québec Max", "Lotto 6/49" and "Québec 49" selections and the "Extra" numbers registered in the central computer system participate in the games.
Before leaving the point of sale, verify the information on your ticket and sign it. The ticket is valid for only one draw of the game(s) of the selected option.
Deadline for wagers: 10:30 p.m. on the night of the draw of the game(s) of the selected option.
See its respective selection slip or web page for more details on each game : Lotto 6/49, Québec 49, Lotto Max, Québec Max and Extra. For Lotto Max, Lotto 6/49 and Québec Max, when a free play is won, it is automatically issued to the group for the draw following the one in which it was won. In this case, all the selections in the group appear on the group ticket and there is no list of selections.
Check out the Formule super groupe web page for more details.