Gosloto 6x45 is a game based in Russia that is played twice every single day, giving you the chance to win big prizes in the morning and again in the evening. Learn more about the game and see the latest Gosloto 6x45 results.
Latest Gosloto Results
View the latest Gosloto 6x45 results below. Take a look at the winning numbers and see a breakdown of how many prizes were won in each division.
|Prize Division||Prize Amount||Winners||Total Prize Fund|
|Match 6||261,668,253.00 py6||Rollover 0||0.00 py6|
|Match 5||200,000.00 py6||13||2,600,000.00 py6|
|Match 4||3,000.00 py6||141||423,000.00 py6|
|Match 3||300.00 py6||630||189,000.00 py6|
|Match 2||100.00 py6||2,797||279,700.00 py6|
How to Play
Gosloto 6x45 draws take place at 11:00 and 23:00 Moscow Standard Time (MSK), which is equivalent to 10:00 and 22:00 in South Africa. The cut-off time for ticket sales is 20 minutes before the draw, at 10:40 or 22:40 MSK. To play, you have to pick at least six numbers from 1 to 45. If all six of the numbers you pick match the winning numbers, the jackpot is yours.
You can also boost your chances of winning by selecting more than six numbers. If you pick seven, for example, every combination of six numbers within your chosen set will be entered into the draw. It costs 100 rubles per entry and the cost increases proportionally as you enter more combinations. In Russia, you can play by visiting lottery retailers, online or via SMS.
Playing from South Africa
Gosloto 6x45 has become popular around the world and you do not have to be based in Russia to enjoy the game or win prizes. You can play from South Africa by following these steps:
- Find an online lottery provider that allows you to play Gosloto 6x45.
- Pick six or more numbers between 1 and 45.
- Play as many boards as you like.
- Choose how many draws you want to enter.
- Pay for your entries.
Prizes and Odds of Winning
To win a prize, you must match at least two numbers. The more numbers you match, the greater the reward. The minimum jackpot is 10 million rubles (roughly R2.2 million) and it grows every time it is not won, with regular rollovers sometimes leading to nine-figure prizes.
A fixed prize of 100 rubles is given to all Match 2 winners, and a percentage of the remaining prize pool is then allocated to each of the other four divisions. The prize pool consists of 50 percent of the money raised from ticket sales, with the rest of the revenue used to help develop national sports and community projects.
The table below shows all the different prize divisions, along with the odds of winning:
|Prize Division||Numbers Matched||Odds of Winning||Percentage of Prize Pool|
|1||6||1 in 8,145,060||58%|
|2||5||1 in 34,808||16%|
|3||4||1 in 733||8%|
|4||3||1 in 45||18%|
|5||2||1 in 7||100 rubles|
Find some more information about Gosloto 6x45 below. Go to the FAQs page to learn more about playing lotteries in South Africa.
There are two Gosloto 6x45 draws every day, at 11:00 and 23:00 Moscow Standard Time (MSK). In South Africa, this is 10:00 and 22:00 SAST. Unlike some other international lotteries, this equivalent time remains constant all year round, as neither Moscow nor South Africa changes its clocks to observe Daylight Saving Time.
The first Gosloto 6x45 draw took place on 10 November 2008. When the game was launched, there were only two draws a week – one on Monday and one on Thursday.
No, the jackpot keeps growing every time it is not won.
A player from Sochi claimed the biggest Gosloto 6x45 jackpot in history, winning 364 million rubles (approximately R82 million) on 21 May 2017.