EuroMillions is one of the biggest lottery games in the world, with no less than nine European countries participating. The EuroMillions draw itself takes place every Tuesday and Friday and the game boasts a minimum jackpot of €15 million.
The EuroMillions Lottery was launched on Friday 13 February, 2004 by three founding nations – France, Spain and the United Kingdom. Within a matter of months another six EuroMillions countries got involved, namely Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal and Switzerland. The EuroMillions Lottery matrix changed on 10 May 2011, from a 5/50 and 2/9 to a 5/50 and 2/11, along with the addition of a new prize tier, the Match 2.
The EuroMillions game itself is easy to play. EuroMillions Participants need to select five numbers from the range 1 to 50 and two supplementary numbers (referred to as Lucky Stars) from the range 1 to 11. EuroMillions Players have to match all five main numbers and both Lucky Stars to win the jackpot.
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|EuroMillions result for Friday 27th March 2015 :||Jackpot: £47,673,633 Rollover|
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Latest EuroMillions NewsEuroMillions Results for Tuesday 24th March 2015
There was no winner of last night’s EuroMillions draw, meaning that the top prize for Friday will be worth £47 million (€64 million), just in time for the return of Mega Friday. There were over 1.7 million prize winners in the main game with a total prize pool of more than €13.9 million.
EuroMillions fans will be vying for a £38 million (€52 million) jackpot this Tuesday after no player was able to scoop Friday’s top prize of £32.8 million (€45.3 million). There has only been one winner so far this month, with a Portuguese participant taking the entire Superdraw windfall of £72.1 million (€100 million) on Friday 6th March.EuroMillions Results for Tuesday 17th March 2015
No ticket holder was able to match all five main numbers and two Lucky Stars drawn in Paris last night, meaning that the £24.8 million (€34.5 million) EuroMillions jackpot went unclaimed for the third game in a row. However, there are now over 1.8 million players who can claim a wide range of wonderful cash prizes.More EuroMillions News >>
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The odds of winning the EuroMillions jackpot are 1 in 116,531,800, so it sometimes happens that nobody wins it outright. In that event the EuroMillions jackpot is rolled over and added to the jackpot fund for the next EuroMillions draw.
This rollover principle has created some staggering EuroMillions Jackpots in the past, and the biggest Euro Lottery jackpot of all was €190 million, a sum created after the jackpot was not reached following 14 consecutive rollovers. This happened for two draws running in August 2012 and was not won in the first draw. Following rules implemented in February 2012 that set a Jackpot Pool Cap the amount for a match 5 main and 2 Lucky Stars could not go above €190 million. For the first draw there were 7 winners who matched 5 main and 1 Lucky Star and these players each took home over £1.7/€2.3 million. On the second draw Adrian and Gillian Bayford matched 5 main numbers and 2 Lucky Stars to win the €190 million, netting a jackpot of just over £148 million. However, the biggest Sterling EuroMillions jackpot win happened in July 2011 when Colin and Chris Weir matched the five plus two combination drawn to win £161 million (€185 million).