German Ticket Holder Wins Eurojackpot Top Prize
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.
The numbers drawn on Friday were 14, 16, 28, 34 and 35 with Euro numbers 3 and 9, and in total there were over 620,000 participants who picked up prizes. Six players, one each from the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Italy and Norway, matched five main numbers plus one Euro number to win €220,977. The remaining prizes ranged from €7.90 for matching two main numbers and one Euro number to €58,493 for matching five main numbers. Visit the Eurojackpot Results page to find out more information.
The latest jackpot success cements Germany’s position as the most successful participating country, as it has now produced 15 winners of the top prize. Eurojackpot chairman Andreas Kötter said: “We look forward to another German millionaire. Just a week after the record winner of €90 million in Baden-Württemberg, now we have the next winner. It shows that Eurojackpot can have a millionaire every week.”
The Eurojackpot top prize will be reset to €10 million for the next draw on Friday, giving players in all the participating countries another chance to win a fortune. Whether it is landed in Germany for the third straight week, won in another country or rolls over, it promises to deliver excitement right around Europe. You can also play Eurojackpot from wherever you are in the world to try and grab one of the game’s great prizes. Good luck!