Latest Hungary Hatoslotto Results & Prize

Sunday
27 Nov 2022
Sunday - 27 Nov 2022
  • 7
  • 17
  • 18
  • 22
  • 25
  • 32
Winners:
Jackpot:494,000,000Ft
Sunday
20 Nov 2022
Sunday - 20 Nov 2022
  • 8
  • 13
  • 21
  • 29
  • 34
  • 40
Winners:
Jackpot:393,000,000Ft
Sunday
13 Nov 2022
Sunday - 13 Nov 2022
  • 8
  • 12
  • 22
  • 27
  • 33
  • 36
Winners:
Jackpot:285,000,000Ft
Sunday
06 Nov 2022
Sunday - 06 Nov 2022
  • 1
  • 6
  • 9
  • 26
  • 28
  • 41
Winners:
Jackpot:191,000,000Ft
Sunday
30 Oct 2022
Sunday - 30 Oct 2022
  • 1
  • 11
  • 14
  • 18
  • 25
  • 41
Winners:
Jackpot:80,000,000Ft
Sunday
23 Oct 2022
Sunday - 23 Oct 2022
  • 4
  • 12
  • 23
  • 28
  • 34
  • 44
Winners:
Jackpot:660,000,000Ft
Sunday
16 Oct 2022
Sunday - 16 Oct 2022
  • 5
  • 18
  • 24
  • 26
  • 32
  • 42
Winners:
Jackpot:540,000,000Ft
Sunday
09 Oct 2022
Sunday - 09 Oct 2022
  • 3
  • 6
  • 18
  • 38
  • 42
  • 43
Winners:
Jackpot:444,000,000Ft
Sunday
02 Oct 2022
Sunday - 02 Oct 2022
  • 1
  • 2
  • 9
  • 10
  • 12
  • 20
Winners:
Jackpot:350,000,000Ft
Sunday
25 Sep 2022
Sunday - 25 Sep 2022
  • 1
  • 15
  • 21
  • 26
  • 31
  • 35
Winners:
Jackpot:260,000,000Ft

About Hatoslottó

Hatoslottó, or Lotto 6, is one of two popular lottery games played in Hungary, with the other being Ötöslottó.

Hatoslottó draws take place once a week on Sundays. The draw itself is made at around 16:50 Hungarian time, with the results usually published online and announced on TV within two hours.

Hatoslottó is relatively cheap to play, with a ticket priced at 225 Hungarian Forints. Players choose six numbers from 1 to 45 or can buy a ticket with six randomly generated numbers. 

In addition to playing Hatoslottó, players can also choose to play “The Joker” game at a cost of 300 Forints.

To play “The Joker”, players choose six numbers between 0 and 9. The jackpot is won by matching all six balls in the order they are drawn. Other prizes can be won by matching a minimum of two balls.

Jackpot

Hatoslottó can roll over for up to 52 weeks, meaning that hugely inflated jackpots can and have been won in the past.

The biggest ever Hatoslottó win took place on December 26, 2021, when one lucky player won 3,165,377,480 Forints.

Other significant wins:

  • 2,958,307,350 Forints - September 21
  • 1,491,506,710 Forints - May 2012
  • 1,267,435,670 Forints - August 2013

The minimum guaranteed jackpot for the Hatoslottó is 100,000,000 Forints, although it is typically higher than this, even on weeks when it “starts over” after a win. Around 47% of the total Hatoslottó prize fund is dedicated to the jackpot payout.

Odds and Prizes

The odds of winning the Hatoslottó jackpot are 1 in 8,145,060.

While the odds of winning any lottery game are always long, the odds of winning the Hatoslottó compare well to some other lotteries in Europe and around the world.

The Hatoslottó offers four prize tiers, which are outlined in the table class='payout' below. While the Hatoslottó has a minimum guaranteed jackpot, there are no guarantees at lower prize tiers.



Prize Category Numbers Matched Winning Odds Winning Odds %
1 6 1 in 8,145,060 0.00001
2 5 1 in 34,808 0.00287
3 4 1 in 733 0.13643
4 3 1 in 45 2.22222

Payout and Taxes

Hatoslottó winnings are awarded as one-off cash payments. All prizes must be claimed within 90 days of the date of the draw. Hatoslottó winnings are not taxable in Hungary, although if you play from elsewhere, you should check whether your winnings will be subject to local taxes.

Who Can Play Hatoslottó?

Hatoslottó winnings are awarded as one-off cash payments. All prizes must be claimed within 90 days of the date of the draw. Hatoslottó winnings are not taxable in Hungary, although if you play from elsewhere, you should check whether your winnings will be subject to local taxes.

History of Hatoslottó

The first Hatoslottó was held on October 29, 1988, with “The Joker” game being added in 1993.

Originally, Hatoslottó used a 6+1 draw format, with the secondary prize being offered to players who matched five numbers plus the bonus number. In 2007, it was changed to the model used today.