WARNING: Gigantic €614,000,000 MegaMillions jackpot up for grabs this week!

 - Local - Jun 22 SHARE ON:
WARNING: Gigantic €XXX,000,000 MegaMillions jackpot up for grabs this week!

There’s enormous interest for this Saturday’s US MegaMillions jackpot, which has now surpassed the €600 million mark.

Typically, as with any international lottery, buying a ticket for the official draw is restricted to US residents. But that’s why Lottoland is so popular in Malta.

People can actually bet on the outcome of MegaMillions with a jackpot of €614 million* — the same amount as the official top prize! You can pick your numbers with Lottoland here. After all, it’s only fair that blockbuster movie is accompanied by a gigantic prize and thankfully, Lottoland is happy to oblige.

As ever, there are also Beta-sized prizes, meaning there are payouts if you correctly guess three or more numbers. The best thing about Saturday’s jackpot is that Lottoland is giving all new customers from Malta – 10 Free Spins on their exclusive Lottoland Megaways game for free when they purchase their first MegaMillions line.

To claim this exclusive offer:

· Sign up to Lottoland, by clicking this link

· Click the ‘eye’ icon to pick your numbers

· You will only be charged €3.50

You 10 Free spins on Lottoland Megaways will instantly be unleashed and a receipt confirming your MegaMillions picks. Lottoland will also send an email with the winning numbers right after the draw, to inform you if you have won.

How to play at Lottoland

Seize America’s gold reserves at Lottoland: twice weekly, on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 5am (CET), MegaMillions could crown you overnight with your own Mega Millions!

You can live your own American Dream by predicting 5+1 numbers to scoop the world’s highest jackpots. You can also use Lottoland’s easy QuickPick feature if you’re unsure! No other lotto game has awarded as many record payouts. The largest Mega Millions jackpot occurred on 23rd October 2018, hitting $1.537 Billion. Are you Lottoland’s next big winner?

You can also unlock the possibility to win even more with 10 free spins on the classic 6-reel slot game, which now comes in your favourite casino flavour –Lottoland Megaways.

It could not be simpler. Just click here to claim this MEGA OFFER for just €3.50.

You coming or what?



Lottoland is operated by European Lotto and Betting Limited and is licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority, license number MGA/B2C/609/2018. Promotion is available to new players only. Players must be 18 or over.

*Tiers 1-3 are subject to 38% reduction as per T&Cs. Tier 1 winning bets are paid out as a 30 year annuity or discounted lump sum at Lottoland’s election.

Promotion is redeemable once per player. Promo runs to 23:59 CEST 31/07/22. These terms are supplemental to Lottoland’s Promotional Terms and Conditions which are found here. Please play responsibly. For help visit rgf.org.mt.

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John Cena breaks record with over 650 ‘Make a Wish’ wishes fulfilled

 - Celebrities - Jun 22 SHARE ON:

Actor and WWE star John Cena has just broken an incredibly touching milestone this week after it was revealed that he broke the Make-A-Wish record for wishes granted. 

The star has granted more than 650 wishes for the foundation, which helps fulfil the wishes of kids with critical illnesses between the ages of two-and-a-half and 18. 

The accomplishment was announced by the WWE’s official social media on the 19th of June as they celebrated Cena Month on their platforms. The wrestling legend was pictured hugging a fan tearing up with joy for the special occasion. 

When compared to other WWE stars, legends Hulk Hogan and NASCAR’s Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jeff Gordon granted more than 200 wishes. But no one, apart from Cena, ever made it past the 300 mark. 

Many commended Cena for his dedication to grant these kids’ wishes, praising him as a respectable and loving human being and an outright GOAT well beyond the ring and the movie set. 


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46-year-old man suffers grievous injuries after argument with two men

 - Local - Jun 22 SHARE ON:
46-year-old man suffers grievous injuries after argument with two men

Police were informed yesterday at around 2230hrs by the health authorities that a 46-year-old man resident of Ghasri had to be taken to Gozo General Hospital due to grievous injuries. 

The man suffered the injuries after he was allegedly involved in an altercation with two other men. The incident had occurred earlier during the day at around 1130hrs in Triq l-Ghammar, l-Ghasri. 

The two other men, aged 25 and 56, were also residents of Ghasri and were arrested during the night. They were taken for medical attention at the hospital and were certified to have suffered light injuries.

Investigations are still ongoing and an inquiry has been opened. 


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Woman suffering life threatening miscarriage not allowed to terminate pregnancy

 - Local - Jun 22 SHARE ON:
Woman suffering life threatening miscarriage not allowed to terminate pregnancy

Pro-choice NGO Doctors for Choice Malta have highlighted the story of a 16-week pregnant woman who is running the risk of infection due to undergoing a miscarriage. 

She is currently fearing for her life as doctors at Mater Dei Hospital are refusing to terminate the pregnancy after her water broke prematurely around a week ago. The woman, who is a US citizen, is still waiting for insurance clearance to be able to be evacuated out of Malta to another country. 

Her request to terminate the pregnancy was denied and was told doctors can only intervene if she is imminently dying. ‘Not even getting an infection is enough.’ 

Doctors are unwilling to even discuss the option of abortion with her as she is being forced to wait at the hospital, her life in jeopardy. ‘The family is rightly distraught and desperate for a solution’ the post read.

With Malta being the only EU country with a total ban on abortion, the call by activists and many others has been consistent in demanding the access to abortion as healthcare. The EU also constantly looked at Malta for not legalising the practice whenever the topic comes up.


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