EuroMillions
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History of EuroMillions

 

EuroMillions tickets first went on sale on 7 February 2004, with its debut draw taking place in glittering Paris. The EuroMillions Lottery has increased in participants from the original three organising countries of the UK, France and Spain. Lottery organisers from Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal, and Switzerland have now also joined in the fun and excitement.Since 2004, EuroMillions has gone through a few changes:

 

  • The starting jackpots have increased to an impressive €17 million
  • An extra draw was added each week
  • Extra balls were added to the star number ball set in 2011
  • Since 2016, players must choose 2 Lucky Star numbers from a 12 number set.

 

 

How EuroMillions works

 

To win the jackpot a player must match all 7 numbers to the 7 numbers drawn.

Organisers use two machines to provide the winning numbers for each draw:

  • “Stresa” is used to provide the 5 main numbers
  • “Paquerette” is used to provide the 2 lucky star numbers.

 

The game is currently available to players in:

 

  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • France
  • Ireland
  • Liechtenstein
  • Luxembourg
  • Monaco
  • Portugal
  • Spain
  • Switzerland
  • United Kingdom, along with syndicated entrants playing via portals like Lotto247.com.

 

 

EuroMillions rollovers and Superdraws

 

The EuroMillions jackpot cap is €190 million. The jackpot is allowed to stay at the cap amount for five draws before it must be won or it rolls down to the next prize tier and is shared by the winners who have the most correct numbers within that tier. EuroMillions Superdraws are special events when the jackpot is set to €130 million, regardless of the current prize funds. Superdraw jackpot limits increased this year from €100 million to €130 million!

 

How to play EuroMillions

 

  • Choose 5 out of 50 possible numbers
  • Choose 2 “Lucky Star” numbers out of 12 possible numbers

 

When to play

 

  • EuroMillions lottery draws are held every Friday and Tuesday in Paris at 20:55 (CET)