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Eurojackpot is a pan-European lottery game that takes place once a week on a Friday night. It was launched in 2012 and has a number of participating countries, which means that the top prizes are often large, as the lottery pools the stakes from the contributing nations. Eurojackpot also has a rollover facility, allowing for the jackpot to increase in value up to €90 million.
The participating countries are Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Czech Republic and Hungary.
Winning numbers, full prize breakdowns and other important details from every Eurojackpot draw are posted on this site shortly after the draw is held and has been checked and verified. Be the first to know whether or not you’re a winner!Latest Results
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Keep up with the latest Eurojackpot news right here. From winners’ stories to game changes, you’ll always be in the know.
The Eurojackpot top prize was won by a German ticket holder for the second week in a row on Friday 21st October after a player from North Rhine-Westphalia matched all five main numbers and both Euro numbers. They won an impressive €10.5 million, following in the footsteps of the lucky winner from the Black Forest area of Baden-Württemberg who scooped €90 million a week earlier.
Eurojackpot was launched in March 2012 to give lottery fans across Europe the chance to win massive cash prizes. The game is similar to EuroMillions, a wildly popular pan-European lottery that has been operating since 2004. In 2013, the twelve-draw rollover cap was withdrawn and on 10th October 2014, the Czech Republic and Hungary joined Eurojackpot and changes were made to the prize tiers and the odds of winning to ensure higher jackpot prizes. Slovakia joined the game from 9th October 2015, becoming the 17th participating country in the history of the game.
Draws take place in Helsinki on Friday evenings and the jackpot is set at a minimum of €10 million. The top prize will roll over until it is won or until it hits the set cap of €90 million. Players must match all five main numbers and the two Euro numbers drawn in order to scoop the jackpot. Visit the How to Play Eurojackpot page to learn more!