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Play our EuroJackpot lottery game by selecting five main numbers (1-50), and two euro numbers (1-10). Once the ticket is purchased, your bet is placed.
EuroJackpot is drawn in Helsinki every Friday at 21:00 EET.
The opening EuroJackpot is worth €10,000,000 and there is a jackpot cap of €90,000,000, making it one of the world's biggest lottery games globally! Any player that matches all five main numbers, as well as both euro numbers selected on Friday's draw is entitled to their share of the multi-million EuroJackpot top prize. In addition to the jackpot prize, there are 11 secondary prizes in every EuroJackpot draw!
The local tax regulations in EuroJackpot participating countries will apply and may vary from country to country.
The EuroJackpot lottery was proposed in 2006, to compete with the EuroMillions lottery. It grew from eight to 14 participating countries passing EuroMillions as Europe's biggest pan-European lottery.
The first ticket sales began on 17th March 2012 while the first ever draw took place on the 23rd March 2012. In comparison the EuroJackpot has a wider reach of potential players with an audience in local countries of 245.6 million, compared to the EuroMillions of 217 million.
Whilst it may not be as well known as it's European counterpart, the EuroMillions, the EuroJackpot should not be underrated. With jackpots starting at €10 million and capped at €90 million, the game has been responsible for making millionaires all over Europe. On the 12th December 2014, a new record was set for the biggest EuroJackpot. One lucky player from Finland, who bought their ticket online, won a staggering €61 million. The win knocked a syndicate of ten Finns off the top spot, who just a few months previously had scooped €57 million between them. In August 2012, the EuroJackpot made headlines when a player from North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany won the jackpot without actually matching all his numbers! Rules state that if the EuroJackpot isn't won within 12 consecutive weeks, the jackpot must be paid to winners of the second prize tier. When players failed to match all 7 balls to win the jackpot for the twelfth week running, the prize money rolled down to the 2nd tier and luckily for this German player, they were the only one to match 6 of the 7 numbers, winning them €27,545,858. The EuroJackpot has been responsible for setting many countries record lottery wins. On the 26th October 2012, a Danish gambler in his 50's won €21,320,215, the biggest lottery win in Danish history. Whilst the man chose to remain anonymous, he did reveal that upon realizing he possessed the lucky ticket, he hid it in his right stocking! Similarly, on the 16th of May 2014, the EuroJackpot set the record for the biggest lottery prize in Slovenian history when a resident won €28,207,473.90.
Playing EuroJackpot is easy! Match all 5 numbers and 2 euro numbers and you could be the next EuroJackpot jackpot prize winner!
To play EuroJackpot select five main numbers between 1 and 50 plus two euro numbers between 1 and 10. If you match all 5 main numbers and both euro numbers you will be a jackpot prize winner!
Draws take place every Friday at 21:00 EET in Helsinki. Join players from across the world who are eagerly awaiting the results to find out if they are the next winner. It could be you! Don't forget that you can subscribe with us so that you never miss a draw!
EuroJackpot has an opening jackpot of € 10 Million and a jackpot cap of € 90 Million, making it one of the world's biggest lottery games!
The EuroJackpot is a relative baby when it comes to mega-jackpot lotteries, as it has only been running since March 2012. There's nothing babyish in some of those mega-jackpots though – the top prize can reach a knee-trembling €90,000,000! Check the latest results for the EuroJackpot here at the World Lottery Club.
The EuroJackpot lottery was established in 2012 as a rival to the EuroMillions which had already created several multi-millionaires by the time the EuroJackpot got going. The participating countries are Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden. The draw takes place every Friday at 9pm Eastern European Time in Helsinki. It's a two-drum game – in drum one are the numbers 1 to 50, and in drum two are the “Euro Numbers” 1 to 8. To win the jackpot a player has to match all seven drawn numbers – five main and two “Euro Numbers”. There are no less than twelve prize tiers in total, and if a player matches at least any three balls from the seven drawn, they are guaranteed a cash prize. Each time the jackpot is won the jackpot total is reset to €10,000,000, and is allowed to roll over continuously until it reaches the maximum amount of €90,000,000!
The record for the EuroJackpot was set in April 2014 when a syndicate of 10 members from Toijala in Finland won a share of the €57,275,841.60. Why not see if you can beat the lucky Finns with the World Lottery Club?
The EuroJackpot draw takes place in Helsinki, Finland at 21.00 EET, with the ticket evaluation taking place in Germany and Denmark. The official 16 participating countries of the EuroJackpot televise the results, but if you’re unable to get access you can watch the draw shortly after the live show on YouTube. Alternatively you can see the official results published online within minutes of the live draw, or even follow the Twitter stream for the winning numbers as they’re announced.