EuroJackpot is a pan-European lottery game that takes place once a week on a Friday night. Launched in March 2012 this EuroJackpot game plays out very similarly to another European lottery, the EuroMillions. Unlike lotteries which are played in just the one country, the EuroJackpot lottery has numerous countries that participate, which means that top prizes available to win are often larger due to the fact that this lottery pools the stakes from the contributing nations. This lottery has a rollover facility and this allows for the jackpot to increase in value and be as high as €90 million.
The participating countries in the EuroJackpot are Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden.
You can view the very latest EuroJackpot results online shortly after the weekly draw has taken place. In addition to the results you will be able to look at a full prize breakdown once all the information has been approved and verified.
As prize amounts are announced across Europe we publish them in the EuroJackpot Result page with prize breakdowns available in multiple currencies.
Next Estimated Jackpot
Check here for the last ten EuroJackpot results and additional EuroJackpot draw information.
Next estimated jackpot for
Friday 13th Dec 2013 is:
The Last EuroJackpot amount was: €21,047,335.
See the latest EuroJackpot Results
and prize breakdown for:
Friday 6th December 2013
Latest EuroJackpot News
This site provides you with the latest EuroJackpot news which will have details of winners, special draws, big EuroJackpot top prizes that are available to win and of course the EuroJackpot results. In addition to that the latest new section will also display any of the news the team of writers here think will be interesting to players in this lottery.
To play the EuroJackpot is simple; just click on the play button and within minutes you can buy your lottery tickets for this game and be playing to win big EuroJackpot prizes.
The EuroJackpot launched in March 2012 and was created to give players the opportunity to win mega jackpots. This game is a pan-European lottery; however it isn’t the first of its kind to become available to play. The first lottery that was played in several European countries was the EuroMillions, which first launched in 2004 and since then has had great success and created numerous millionaires.
The EuroJackpot numbers are drawn in Helsinki, Finland once a week on a Friday night. In total seven numbers make up the EuroJackpot results - five main numbers then two additional numbers (which are known as Stars or Euro numbers). To win the jackpot in this European lottery you have to match the five plus two combination drawn in the EuroJackpot results.
The jackpot available to win in the EuroJackpot will always be worth a minimum of €10 million, however this lottery, like the majority of other world lotteries has a rollover facility, meaning that when the top prize is not won it will rollover to the following draw, up to an impressive 90 millions euros.