Tool for Simulating Lottery Draws - Random Lottery Number Generator
Are you looking for a way to quickly and easily generate a set of truly random numbers? Do you need a handy tool to simulate a lottery drawing?
Lottery Draw Simulator
What Games Can the Lottery Number Generator Simulate?
Our lottery number generator is highly configurable, it can be used to simulate any popular lottery game, including, but not limited to Powerball, Mega Millions, Pick3, Pick4, Hot Lotto, Euromillions, Lucky for Life or Thunderball.
It is not limited to these games though, you can set it up to simulate any existing or imaginary lottery game.
How Much Does It Cost to Use the Lottery Number Generator? Is It a Free Tool?
How Many Numbers Can I Generate? Is There A Limit?
LottoLibrary.com does not limit the usage of the lottery number generator tool. You can generate as many sets of numbers as you wish - all free of charge.
How Safe Is the Lottery Number Generator?
We use a technology called client-side scripting that enables us to generate the results on your local device, instead of on the LottoLibrary server. That means that your numbers are never exposed on the internet - no one else can see them or modify them.
The program code of the lottery number generator is transferred to your device on a secure channel, protected by TLS, which guarantees that it cannot be read or modified by malicious actors. Our TLS certificate has been issued by Let's Encrypt
How Does the Lottery Number Generator Work?
To simulate a random, unbiased lottery draw, this tool uses the Fisher-Yates shuffle algorithm (also known as Knuth shuffle) to generate a random permutation of all the numbers of the selected range, then picks the first elements from the shuffled array of numbers.
The exact number of elements to be selected is determined by the configuration parameters set by the user.
How Random is the Lottery Number Generator?
Lottolibrary's lottery number generator is guaranteed to generate random results. Our tool uses the Crypto-Random-Int npm package, which relies on your browser's builtin random number generator. This package uses the Web Cryptography API, which is guaranteed to produce cryptographically strong random numbers, by properly seeding a PRNG with the adequate amount of entropy.
In contrast, most implementations on the web use a much weaker method - an improperly seeded pseudorandom number generator (e.g.: