Gosloto, what is it and how does one play it in South Africa? For those who are not familiar with it, Gosloto 6×45 is a game based in Russia which is played twice per day, giving people a chance to win massive prizes in the morning and in the evening again. The purpose of this article is to give you more information about the Gosloto 6×45 or Gosloto 6 45.
How to Play Gosloto?
You’ve come to the right place to learn about playing Russia Gosloto. If you want to play Gosloto 6×45, bear in mind that the draws take place at 11:00 and 23:00 Moscow Standard Time (MSK). In South Africa the time is 10:00 and 22:00.
All players are required to buy tickets 20 minutes before the draw which takes place. So the cut-off time is at 10:40 in the mornings and 22:40 in the evenings MSK. So how to play this Russian game? To play Gosloto, you must choose at least six numbers from 1 to 45. If all six numbers you selected match the Gosloto winning numbers, you will receive the jackpot.
There’s also another way to increases your chances of winning. You can do this by choosing more than six numbers. For example, if you pick seven numbers, every combination of six numbers within your chosen set will be entered into the draw.
You will be charged 100 rubles (equivalent to R23 in South Africa) per entry and the cost increases in proportion as you when you enter more combinations. If you are based in Russia, to play the game, you can visit lottery retailers, online or play via SMS.
How to Play Gosloto in South Africa?
Gosloto 6 45 has become very popular in the world and you don’t have to be staying in Russia to play the game. You can play while based in South Africa by following the below easy steps:
- Search for an online lottery provider that allows you to play Gosloto 6 45
- Choose six or more numbers between 1 and 45
- Play as many boards as you wish
- Decide on how many draws you want to enter
- Pay for your entries
- Each entry costs 100 rubles
Prizes and Odds of Winning
You must match at least two numbers to win a prize. You get the greater reward when you match more numbers. According to lottery.co.za the minimum jackpot is 10 million rubles which is roughly R2.2 million in South Africa. Every time it is not won, the jackpot increases.
Table showing all the different prize divisions together with the winning odds:
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