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Play our EuroMillions lottery game by selecting five main numbers (1-50), and two Lucky Stars (1-12). Once the ticket is purchased, your bet is placed.
EuroMillions is drawn in Paris every Tuesday and Friday at 20:45 CET and holds the European jackpot record for a €190,000,000 (£159,231,654) top prize awarded in 24 October 2014!
EuroMillions has an opening jackpot of £12,000,000 and a jackpot cap of £160,000,000, making it one of the world’s biggest lottery games globally! Any player that matches all five main numbers, as well as both Lucky Stars selected on Tuesday's or Friday’s draw is entitled to their share in the multi-million EuroMillions top prize. In addition to the main jackpot prize, there are 12 secondary prizes in every EuroMillions draw!
The local tax regulations in EuroMillions participating countries will apply and may vary from country to country
EuroMillions is a pan-European lottery, launched on 7 February 2004 by France's Française des Jeux, Spain's Loterías y Apuestas del Estado and the United Kingdom's Camelot. The first draw was held on Friday 13th February 2004 in Paris. Initially, only the UK, France and Spain participated, with the Austrian, Belgian, Irish, Luxembourgish, Portuguese and Swiss lotteries joining in for the 8th October 2004 draw.
The EuroMillions has been responsible for making hundreds of people across Europe multimillionaires overnight! Currently, France, Spain, Portugal and the UK are top of the leaderboard for having the most jackpot winners, whilst Luxembourg has the lowest count of just 1. In 2011, Colin and Chris Weir won £161,653,000 on the EuroMillions, making them as rich as David and Victoria Beckham! The Weirs had purchased five lucky pick tickets after the jackpot had rolled over 14 times, and discovered their win on their fifth ticket at around midnight on the night of the draw. Adrian and Gillian Bayford won £148,656,000 in August 2012 after another 14 week rollover. When they realized they’d won, they spent the evening researching online how they’d spend their winnings! On the 13th May 2011, 30 year old Spanish baker Francisco Delgado Rodriguez won €121,019,633. The timing couldn’t have been better for Francisco, as his country entered hard economical times. Him and his friends had each bought a ticket for the draw, but luckily for Francisco, his numbers were the ones that came up! Not all winners have decided to unmask themselves however. On October 24th 2014, an anonymous Portuguese winner scooped €190 million and earlier that same year a mystery French winner won €72 million making headlines when they decided to donate €50 million of it to charity. In October 2010, an anonymous UK winner took away £133,109,926. Some draws have made multiple players millionaires. On February 8th 2008, there were no winners who matched all numbers so the jackpot was shared between 16 people who matched all five numbers and just 1 lucky star instead of 2. Each player took home an incredible €8.6 million!
Playing EuroMillions is easy! Match all 5 numbers and 2 lucky stars and you could be the next EuroMillions jackpot prize winner!
To play EuroMillions select five main numbers between the guess range of 1 - 50 and two lucky stars between the guess range 1 - 12. If you match all 5 main numbers and both lucky stars you will be a jackpot prize winner!
Draws take place every Tuesday and Friday at 20:45 CET in Paris. 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!
EuroMillions has an opening jackpot of £12 Million and a jackpot cap of £150 Million, making it one of the world's biggest lottery games!
Here at the World Lottery Club you can find out the very latest results from the EuroMillions draw – Europe's richest lottery!
Remember, the EuroMillions draw takes place every Tuesday and Friday. Make sure you sort out your entries to the EuroMillions draw by 20:45 CET every Tuesday and Friday, as that's when the draw takes place. The lucky numbers are drawn in Paris - five from the main drum (numbers 1 to 50) and two lucky stars (numbers 1 to 12). You have to select five main numbers and two lucky stars on your entry. To win the jackpot you of course have to match all seven numbers - the five main numbers and the two lucky stars, but don't despair if you have a near miss as there are no less than 13 lucky prize tiers at which you can win some cash! You only need to match two main numbers, or one main number and two lucky stars, to be able to claim a prize! The EuroMillions jackpot often rolls over, but once it reaches an impressive €190,000,000 it is capped and if there are still no lucky jackpot winners it rolls down to the next lower prize tier.
The EuroMillions lottery was first drawn in February 2004, and because it has a generous habit of rolling over, it has made a number of people into instant millionaires - just like Neil Trotter from Coulsdon, Greater London who scored an amazing £107,932,603.20 in March 2014! Get your entry in to the EuroMillions with the World Lottery Club now for your chance to scoop a fortune!
Whilst it’s easy to look online to see the latest winning numbers, many lottery players enjoy the experience of watching the live EuroMillions draw. Here’s a list of where and when you can catch the live draw throughout Europe.
Austria: ORF2, 22.35 CET Ireland: RTE One, from 21.00 GMT Luxembourg: Télé Lëtzebuerg, 22.05 CET and RTL Lux 00.15 CET After Draw Portugal: TVI, from 21.00 CET UK: BBC1, from 22.30 GMT
The EuroMillions live draw takes place in France. The draw uses two machines, the first to select the five principal numbers between 1 and 50 and the second to select two lucky star numbers between 1 and 12. For the five main numbers, there are 4 machines named Stresa 1 to Stresa 4. For the lucky star numbers, there are also 4 machines called Paquerette 1 to Paquerette 4. One Stresa and one Paquerette machine are used per draw, with the remaining six machines ready for backup should anything happen them. Five dark red balls are randomly selected from Stresa and a further two gold balls from Paquerette to give the final winning combination.