With ever increasing popularity among South African lottery players, the Russian Gosloto games offer a variety of jackpots and ball matrixes, depending on the type of lottery you like to play.
Whether you play based on the frequency of draws or the game matrix, there are plenty to choose from. Draws take place throughout the morning, day and evening, so you’re never far away from your favourite Russian lottery taking place.
The Gosloto 7/49 lottery takes place five times a day in Russia, at 10:30, 13:30, 15:30, 19:00 and 22:30 (or 9:30, 12:30, 14:30, 18:00 and 21:30 SAST). To take part, players need to choose seven numbers from a pool of 1-49, with prizes starting from matching as few as two numbers.
When betting on the 7/49 lottery in South Africa, different bookmakers may offer different bet prices and odds, so you should make sure you have checked this before placing your bets.
Jackpots for this draw start at 50 million rubles (around R9.4 million) and thanks to the frequency of the draws, can climb significantly higher when the jackpot rolls over enough times.
Winning numbers are published within a matter of minutes after a draw has taken place, so head over to the results page to see if you’re a winner!Gosloto 7x49 results
The 6/45 Gosloto game is another favourite among lottery players in South Africa, and has created some of the biggest jackpot winners in Russia. Back in 2017, a player from Sochi scooped the grand prize of 364 million rubles – or approximately 68 million rand.
Draws take place seven times daily at 11:00, 12:30, 14:30, 17:30, 19:30, 23:00 and 23:59. Recent changes to the game made in March 2022 increased the number of drawings from two per day to seven, meaning there are more chances to win.
When betting on this game at reputable SA bookmakers, you’ll most likely be able to place bets on 1-5 predicted numbers, however you should check up on the options available before placing your wager.
The morning, afternoon and evening 6/45 results are published shortly after the winning numbers have been confirmed. Check back after they’ve been posted to see if your lucky numbers have been drawn.Gosloto 6x45 results
By far the most frequent Russian lottery game available to South Africans is the Gosloto 5/36. Draws take place every 30 minutes throughout the day, with the exception of a 21:00 and 21:30 drawing due to a different game taking place at that time.
Regular South African lottery players will notice that the ball matrix for Gosloto 5/36 is similar to that of the Daily Lotto game, which launched in SA just a couple of years ago. Both draws are extremely popular among players thanks to the great odds of winning both the jackpot and lower-division prizes. The difference between both is that the Russian 5/36 also requires players to select a ‘Plus’ number in addition to the five main numbers.Gosloto 5x36 results
With two panels and two chances to win, Gosloto 4x20 is Russia's game of two halves. Draws take place four times daily, meaning you're never far away from the next chance to win big.
Prizes start from matching at least two numbers in one of the panels, and divisions increase in value when more numbers are matched. To win the division 1 jackpot, you need to match all four numbers from both panels.
Betting on the 4x20 game is not as popular as the other Russian lotteries internationally, however the unique style of the game makes it popular with lottery players that like to vary up the types of bets they place.Gosloto 4x20 results