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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.