Tuesday 5 February, 2013 - TattsLotto’s $20 million Superdraw is this weekend, Saturday 9 February, and the countdown is on to see not only who will win a prize, but who will win the battle of the sexes!
Spokesperson Zoe Knobel said Tatts has revealed new statistics on the gender of first division lotto winners from 2012^.
“Last year, 67 per cent of division one lotto wins in Victoria went to male players, with 33 per cent going to female players,” Ms Knobel said.
“This split is consistent across Australia, with the overall ratio standing at 68 per cent to 32 per cent male to female lotto winners in Tatts Lotteries jurisdictions. This includes Victoria, New South Wales, ACT, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania and the Northern Territory.
“In the last big Saturday TattsLotto event, the $21 million November Superdraw, 12 winners across Australia shared the massive division one prize pool with four Victorian players winning $1.75 million each,” Ms Knobel added.
“We’ll see how many life-changing wins will go to the men and women of Victoria in this weekend’s $20 million TattsLotto Superdraw.”
Players can enter this Saturday’s TattsLotto $20 million Superdraw by purchasing a Jumbo QuickPick which offers them 36 chances to win for $23.60, or they can enter for as little as $2.60 for four chances to win.
Tickets in this Saturday’s TattsLotto $20 million Superdraw are available from all Tatts outlets and online at tatts.com until 7.30pm AEST on Saturday 9 September, so pick up your entry today for your chance to win.
^Total percentage of individual male and female winners for all lotto games between 1 January 2012 and 1 January 2013.