More than 57% of Mega da Virada’s prizes come from bets on jackpots. This data is based on a survey based on the prizes and on the behavior of bets on the special edition of Mega-Sena, which BNL Data had access to.

In total there were 145,208 winners, two on the sena (R$189,062,363.74 each), 1712 on the corner (R$50861.33 each) and 143,494 on the court (866.88). The total value of the prize for this edition was BRL 589,591,403.16, divided into BRL 378,24,727.48 (64.13%) for the sena, BRL 87,074,596.96 (14.77%) for the corner and BRL 124,392,078.16 (21.10%) for the court.

57% of Mega da Virada's prizes are from bets on pools

In the comparison of single bets and bolões in Mega da Virada, 57.76% of the winners came from multiple bets or Bolão da Caixa.

One of the winning bets was a raffle with a game of 11 tens prepared by the lottery Campeão da Barão de Campinas (SP) and divided into 14 shares of R$ 200.00.

As for the winners of the corner, 995 (58.12%) were single bets and 717 (41.88%) in pots and on the court there were 60,342 (42.05%) simple bets and 83,152 (57.95%) in pots.

About the Mega da Virada

Mega-Sena awards millions of reais to the player who matches the six drawn numbers. You can still win prizes by guessing four or five dozen out of the 60 available on the betting wheel.

To compete, the player must mark from six to 15 numbers, and may even let the system choose the numbers (Surpresinha) and/or compete with the same bet for 2, 4 or 8 consecutive contests (Teimosinha).

The more dozens you score, the higher the stake and the greater the chances of winning the most coveted prize in the country. Mega-Sena draws take place twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

In 2021, Mega da Virada paid the record amount of R$378 million. The prize was awarded to two bets, one single and the other on a 14 odds pot. The amount of the collection was also expressive; according to Caixa Econômica Federal, it exceeded R$ 1.5 billion.