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German Lottery Information​

Format: 6 Balls & 1 Bonus Ball
Frequency: Twice Weekly
Draw Day: Wednesday, Saturday
Draw Times: 19:00 (UK Time)
Official Site: Visit
Results Site 1: Visit
Results Site 2: Visit

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German Lottery Background

The German lottery, known as “Lotto 6 aus 49,” is a popular lottery game played in Germany. The game was first introduced in 1955, and it has since become one of the most popular forms of gambling in the country.

The game is based on a simple format, where players choose six numbers from a pool of 49. In addition to the main game, there is also a “Superzahl” or Super Number, which is drawn from a separate pool of numbers between 0 and 9. Players who correctly match all six numbers plus the Superzahl win the jackpot.

The German lottery is operated by the Deutscher Lotto-und Totoblock (DLTB), which is an association of 16 separate lotteries in Germany. The DLTB is responsible for ensuring that the lottery games are fair and transparent, and for distributing the proceeds from the games to various charitable causes.

Players can purchase tickets for the German lottery at authorized retailers throughout the country, or they can play online through the DLTB website or through various online lottery providers. The odds of winning the jackpot in the German lottery are approximately 1 in 139 million.