All about Euromillions
What is Euromillions?
Euromillions – also known as Euro millions or Euro lotto - is Europe's most popular lottery, with 10 countries now participating. The gameplay of Euromillions are very simple: First, check 5 numbers between 1 and 50 on the Euromillions tip. Then select 2 "Star numbers" between 1 and 12 in another tip field. The participation in the Eurolotto costs 2 Euros per completed field. The more your guessed numbers match the Euromillions winning numbers, the higher your winnings will be.
What can you win at Euromillions?
The minimum jackpot is 15 million Euros. If the Euromillions jackpot is not cracked, it will continue to rise until the maximum jackpot level of 190,000,000 Euros is reached. If no winner in the first winning category is determined at this maximum level, the Euromillions prize money will be distributed to the next lower level.
What is the Euromillions Super Jackpot?
Special events take place over the year, in which the Euromillions jackpot is raised to at least 100 million Euros. The next Euromillions Superdraw is scheduled to take place on the 27th or 30th of September 2016 and according to the organizer has a minimum of 130 million euros.
When will the winning numbers be drawn?
The Euromillions will be drawn every Tuesday and Friday at 9:00 pm in the French capital, Paris. From about 11pm you will find the winning numbers on the Internet and published on our site. Each Euromillion draw is recorded and can then be viewed online.
What are the chances of winning?
Euromillions' profit chances are significantly higher than in Powerball or Mega Millions. The probability of winning the Euromillions jackpot is 1: 139.838.160 – For comparison, the popular lotto "6 from 49" has also a probability of 1: 139.838.160 but the jackpot is not nearly as high.
|lottery||chance of winning||Greatest possible profit||Price per field|
|EuroJackpot||1: 95.344.200||90 Mio. Euro||2,50 Euro|
|Euro Millions||1: 139.838.160||190 Mio. Euro||3,00 Euro|
|Lotto 6 from 49||1: 139.838.160||45 Mio. Euro (bisher)||1,50 Euro|