Betting offer and odds can be updated at any time.
In the Betting Offer section, click on Sort by Hour then choose the sport you’re interested in.
The list of available bets is sorted by their respective time limits. The first bets displayed are those whose time limit is the closest. The time limit is the latest time at which a prediction about a question can be registered.
The Available Periods zone allows you to select the available bets by time period. Choose one of the 6 periods shown and the betting offer will automatically update.
Please note that the offer sorted by hour is a summary that only shows the most popular types of question for the selected sport.
A link located at the right of each question provides access to the complete list of available bets for an event.
Odds are given for each prediction. The odds determine the potential win on your bet. To find out the potential winnings, you need to multiply the odds on your bet by the amount wagered (subject to the Dead Heat Rule). All predictions of a selection must be accurate in order to win.
The odds are calculated based on several factors, including the probability of the prediction being accurate and its popularity among bettors.
For example, the lower the probability is of a prediction being accurate, the higher are the odds given to it.
Since odds reflect bettor predictions, odds may vary among the various sports bet companies in the world.
Odds are made by a Loto-Québec sports bet team of experts, who rely on historical statistics of sports and sales, among other tools.
Potential winnings are the amount of your wager multiplied by each of the odds associated to your predictions (subject to the Dead Heat Rule).
(ex: 1st odds X 2nd odds X wager = Potential winnings).
At a Loto-Québec retailer, you can decide on the amount of your wager on a selection slip. This amount can be $2, $3, $4, $5, $10, $15, $20, $25, $50 or $100.
If you play online, this amount may vary from $1 to $100, to the closest dollar. You can also generate a bar code to issue and purchase a ticket from a retailer.
The prediction number is a five-digit number used to identify a possible outcome to a question and associated with a set of Mise-o-jeu odds. These odds are only available from a Loto-Québec retailer.
As an example, for a Pittsburgh vs. Montréal match, a Montréal victory prediction could have prediction number 02461 and associated odds of 1.90. If the odds change, so will the prediction number.
Also, different odds and a different prediction number would be associated to a Pittsburgh victory prediction.
You will need the appropriate prediction numbers to fill out your Mise-o-jeu selection slip that is available at your Loto-Québec retailer.
Single bet questions do not need to be combined with other questions in order to be registered as a selection. Only questions identified by an on the web site may be played as single bets.
Due to certain aspects of the Criminal Code, not all questions may be offered as single bets.
Two types of questions can be played as single bets: those relating to more than one event and those combining two questions in one.
For example, the question “Who will win the match and by how many goals” requires a prediction on the winner of the match AND the number of goals by which the match is won.
A Mise-o-jeu+ exclusive bet, identified by sign, is a question that is only available on the web site or the mobile app. Bar codes cannot be generated for selections that contain at least one web exclusive type of bet.
It is possible that a selection cannot be registered because the sales limit for that selection or for a given prediction has been reached.
Other prediction combinations may also not be allowed if there is a correlation between them, that is to say that predictions from a given selection are related, have an impact on one another or are contradictory.
For example, for a match Montreal vs. Boston, you could not wager on the questions "What will be the final score of the match?" and "Match winner", because if the prediction "Montreal will win 3 to 1" came to be, the prediction "Montreal wins" would necessarily occur as well. Conversely, if the prediction "Montreal will win 3 to 1" came to be, it would be impossible for the prediction "Boston wins" to occur as well.
For more details on correlations, visit the Correlations section.
SO stands for "shootout".
For questions of this type, you need to predict the outcome of an event, without any possibility of ties between teams or individuals.
For example, in hockey, you would bet on the team you believe will win the match, after any overtime periods and shootouts if necessary.
For questions of this type, you need to predict the winning outcome of an event between the three available outcomes.
For example, for soccer, you would bet on the team that you believe will win the match, or on a tie. In this example, the match outcome is determined before any overtime periods and any shootouts.
For questions with spreads, Loto-Québec sets out in the Mise-o-jeu Betting offer a number (the spread) used to determine by how many goals (points, strokes or other) a team or individual must beat his opponent for a prediction to be accurate.
Except for golf, the favourite of an event is indicated by a negative (-) sign in front of the spread and the underdog, by a positive (+) sign.
The favourite is deemed to be the winner if he wins the event by a margin that is greater than the spread.
For example, in a match Montréal vs. Boston and where the spread attributed is 1.5 and for which Montréal is named the favourite (by a negative sign), Montréal must win by two goals or more. Furthermore, Boston is deemed to be the winner if: (1) Montréal wins the match by one goal, (2) the match is a tie, or (3) Boston wins the match.
The team or individual deemed to have won for this type of bet is thus not necessarily the winner of the event.
For questions of this type, you predict whether or not the total number of goals, points or strokes in one or several events will be greater "+" or lesser "-" than the number set by Loto-Québec and specified in the Betting offer.
For example: For the question "Total number of goals in the match" for the match Montreal vs. Toronto, Loto-Québec determines that the total number of goals will be 6.5.
If the score at the end of the match is 5-3, the total number of goals scored is 8. The winning outcome here would have been "more than 6.5".
This type of questions covers performance of players during an event or several events. You have to predict which one of the two opposing players will have the best result.
For example: "Who will register the most strikeouts?"
Three options are available to register your selection:
You can purchase your selection online by clicking on the Purchase Online button. In order to do so, you need to have an Espacejeux account on Loto-Québec's online gaming web-site. Once your transaction has been successfully completed, your selection will be registered.
You can print your selection containing your predictions and the corresponding bar code by clicking on the Print your Selection and Bar code button. The bar code will enable a Loto-Québec retailer to register your selection and issue your lottery ticket.
You have to go to a Loto-Québec retailer and present your bar code in order to have your selection registered and to receive your lottery ticket.
You can also fill out a Mise-o-jeu selection slip, available from all Loto-Québec retailers. You have to mark on the selection slip the 5-digit prediction number for each of your predictions as well as the amount of your wager and hand the slip to a retailer to register your selection and receive your lottery ticket.
With Mise-o-jeu, you can purchase your selections online. You must first have an Espacejeux account.
To open an account, click on the Register button. You will be redirected to the secure registration form of Loto-Québec's online gaming website.
Once you have completed the registration process, you will need to deposit sufficient funds to your Espacejeux account by clicking on the Deposit link before you can play.
If you already have an Espacejeux account, click on the Log in button to log on. Identify yourself by entering your Username and Password.
Once you have logged in to your account, make your selection and click on the Purchase Online button to confirm your selection and complete the transaction.
Once you have successfully completed the transaction, your Espacejeux account will be debited for the amount of your wager, and your account balance will be updated.
The bar code is an alternative to the selection slip. In the Betting offer section, you can print a selection containing your predictions and the bar code by clicking on the Print your selection and bar code button.
Remember, you must go to a Loto-Québec retailer in order to have your selection registered and to receive your lottery ticket
Dates and times specified in the Mise-o-jeu Betting offer in connection with a question indicate the time limit by which a prediction on this question can be registered ("the time limit").
Selections that are registered through transactions made at a Loto-Québec retailer can be cancelled only within thirty (30) minutes of its registration, but never after the first time limit pertaining to the selection or never after midnight the day of its registration.
Selections that are registered through online transactions or by using a mobile device such as a smart phone or electronic tablet cannot be cancelled.
Prédictions is a sports pool game that lets you compete against other sports fans in Québec.
To participate, get the applicable Prédictions List from a Loto Québec retailer or visit the Gaming Offer. Then, complete a selection slip and present it to a Loto Québec retailer who will issue your lottery ticket.
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Loto-Québec may, at any time and at its discretion, modify the odds of the betting offer. The odds applicable at the time of the transaction take precedence over any other odds previously associated with any of your predictions. In the event of a disparity between the Potential winnings calculated through this Web site and those generated by the Loto-Québec computer system, the latter shall prevail. In the event of a disparity between the results presented on this site and those of Loto-Québec's official winning list, the latter shall prevail.