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No need to be perfect. Just the best.

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 Gaming Offer. Then, complete a selection slip and present it to a Loto‑Québec retailer who will issue your lottery ticket.

Overview

  • Available sports (depending on the season): football, hockey, baseball and basketball.
  • You have to make your predictions of the winning team for each match of a given List before the closing time of bets indicated on said List.
  • A winning selection is determined by having the greatest number of exact predictions or the second greatest number of exact predictions among all valid selections registered for a given List, based on the official results issued by Loto‑Québec.

    At Prédictions - HOCKEY, the outcome of a match is determined AFTER overtime play and shootout.

  • Lists are published every Thursday.
  • Minimum payoff rate: 60%. (See Prize Structure)
  • Cost of each selection: $5.

For more details about Prédictions, visit How to Play, or consult the complete rules.

 
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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. The predictions of the columnists are presented without any warranty as to the probabilities of the winnings that might occur as such.