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History of the EuroJackpot

EuroJackpot was thought up in late 2011 by countries not participating in the Pan-European EuroMillions lottery. Thus, the EuroJackpot was born so that more lottery players could enjoy large jackpots, with the first official draw on 23 March 2012.

Giant has definitely been delivered: EuroJackpot prizes start at €10 million with the potential to rise as high as a jaw-dropping €90 million!

How the EuroJackpot works

The EuroJackpot lottery follows a similar ball selection process to the popular EuroMillions lottery structure.

Lottery players select 5 numbers from a possible 50 numbers (1 – 50) and then select a further 2 numbers from a possible 10 numbers (1 – 10).

To win the main prize, players need to match all 7 lucky lottery numbers. For those players that don’t match all 7 numbers, there are a further 11 consolatory prize tiers.

Record-breaking EuroJackpot draws and rollovers

The EuroJackpot can reach a maximum of €90 million before it’s capped. If the jackpot is not won, additional funds will be added to the lower tier prize also to a maximum of €90 million. It will roll down continuously, with the lower tiers until the jackpot is finally won.

The two biggest EuroJackpot prizes ever won were on 15 May 2015 and 14 October 2016. One lucky player from the Czech Republic and the other from Germany, both took home a magnificent €90 million jackpot. To date the jackpot cap of €90 million has only ever been reached twice.

EuroJackpot originally had a rollover cap in addition to the jackpot cap. The lottery could only every rollover a maximum of 12 times. If, on the 12th rollover draw, the jackpot was still not won, the jackpot amount would roll down to the lower tier.

From 18 May to 10 August 2012, the EuroJackpot rolled continuously. After rolling 12 times, the jackpot was still not won. This meant that the entire top prize rolled to the second tier.

The record for the third biggest jackpot paid out to date was set on 29 July 2016 with one EuroJackpot ticket holder winning €84,777,435.

With the changes on Eurojackpot format implemented on 10 October 2014, further European countries such as Czech Republic and Hungary were incorporated into EuroJackpot to join the party with this lottery sensation.

Currently there are 17 countries participating in the EuroJackpot!

How to play EuroJackpot online

  • Choose 5 out of 50 possible numbers

  • Choose 2 Euro numbers out of a possible 10 numbers


When to play

  • The EuroJackpot draw takes place once a week on Friday at 21:00 (CET) in Helsinki, Finland