Ticket sales shut down just before this time and resume immediately after announcing the latest results of Tout Ou Rien. Each play costs 2 Canadian dollars. Players can also take part in the add-on game 'Extra' for an extra dollar. 10 Extras per ticket are permitted.
Players have two options to play the game: either to choose 12 numbers from 1 to 24 or go with a Quick Pick for randomly generated digits.
Just as there are two ways to play, there's two ways to win. 12 Tout Ou Rien winning numbers are selected daily by Loto Quebec's computerised random number generator and should all your numbers match, you'll win the CAD250,000 jackpot. Alternatively, if none of your numbers match you'll also win the jackpot.
Up to eight players may win the entire jackpot in each draw. However, if more than 8 people win, the fixed pool of CAD 2 million is split evenly amongst them.
Tout ou Rien has Replay and Advance Play options. The first allows players to use their chosen numbers for subsequent draws. The second enables players to enter up to 84 Tout ou Rien draws at once.
Tout ou Rien has only five prize tiers of CAD 250,000, CAD 1,000, CAD 25, CAD 10 and CAD 2 with two opportunities to win each of them, meaning there are 10 possible ways to win a prize. For example, you can win $1000 with either 11/12 or 1/12 matching numbers. The chance of winning any prize is 1 in 4.5 overall.
Below you will find information about prize categories and odds of winning:
The prizes for this Loto are awarded tax free and winners have up to one year from the date of publication to claim their prize.
Tout ou Rien is a lottery game that may only be played within the territory of Quebec and by persons over the age of 18. Tickets can be bought at the Loto Quebec website, mobile app, or from authorized lottery outlets across the province. The online and app entries are closed at midnight and reopened at 5:00 am. Tout ou Rien is not yet accessible to Canadians outside of Quebec or people residing abroad.
Loto Quebec is the owner of Tout ou Rien, which was established on November 17, 2014. Its name reflects the essence of the game - in French the phrase “Tout ou Rien” means “All or Nothing.”
Like any form of gambling, playing Tout ou Rien can be risky, and it's important to play responsibly. Here are a few tips for keeping things in check:
Tout ou Rien is a Quebec-only lottery game that offers a fixed jackpot of $250,000. Players must match 12 numbers or no numbers at all to win the jackpot. There are five prize tiers in total, but 10 opportunities to win. The odds of winning a prize are 1 in 4.5.
Players must be 18 years or older to play Tout ou Rien. The game is not available to anyone outside the province of Quebec, Canadian or otherwise.