EuroMillions is by far the most popular European lottery. The lottery offers both huge Jackpots, which have repeatedly become one of the largest in the history of world lotteries, and high winning odds compared to other European lotteries.
The lottery has been played across the European countries for 10 years.
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To play the lotto, you need to do the following:
The Jackpot changes in each drawing and depends on how many tickets have been distributed. The size of other prizes depends on the total prize fund in the certain drawing, as well as the number of winners. In exactly the same way as in the other lotteries, f.e. SuperEnalotto.
The lottery is drawn two times a week, on Tuesdays and Fridays at 20:00 GMT. The draw is broadcast on local television channels.
The Euro Lottery Jackpot once reached € 190 million, which was the record for the lottery. If the Jackpot is won, the grand prize goes down to € 17 million but with every next draw, it goes up by € 5 million, if there was no winner in the previous drawing.
The winner of the EuroMillions Jackpot is the player who matched all five regular numbers, as well as two special numbers.
Any user who is 18 or older can take part in the lottery no matter what his country of residence is.
Euro Millions offers 13 different prize divisions, which is a record number in comparison to other games. The estimated size of the Jackpot is published before the draw.
The exact value of prizes in each division is calculated according to the number of sold tickets in a particular drawing and the number of winning tickets in a certain prize division.
The odds of winning the main prize are 1 in 139.838.160.
If you win the lottery you need to pay a tax if the monetary prize exceeds 2.500 euros. Winnings less than 2.500 euros are not taxed. More information about taxation when winning lottery you can find out by the link.
We publish fresh results of the EuroMillions game in the results section.