Berlin Player Wins €120 Million To Equal Eurojackpot Record
The joint-largest Eurojackpot prize in history was won on Tuesday night, as a player from Berlin pocketed the maximum jackpot of €120 million.
It was the only ticket from anywhere in the 18 participating countries that matched all the numbers - 15, 17, 23, 35 and 38 - plus the Euro numbers 4 and 9.
There were also 17 winners in the second category, for matching five main numbers plus one Euro number, giving each of those lucky ticket holders a €1.2 million payout. Go to the Results page to find a full prize breakdown for the draw on 8th November.
Biggest German Winner
There had been 17 draws without a winner prior to Tuesday night, making it the longest sequence of rollovers since Eurojackpot started in 2012.
The jackpot had been at its limit of €120 million for two previous draws, with excess funds being diverted to the prize tier below. That’s why there was a total prize fund of €20.5 million to divide between players in the Match 5+1 category.
The top prize would have stayed at its cap until someone had won, but it will now reset to its starting value of €10 million after a ticket holder from Berlin snagged the record-equalling jackpot.
It is the biggest prize ever won in Germany, overtaking the €110 million that went to someone from North Rhine-Westphalia in May.
The only other time that a Eurojackpot prize of €120 million has been paid out was on 25th July, when a Danish participant scooped the lot.
The jackpot cap had been €90 million until it was raised to €120 million in March.
You can take part in the next draw now, either online or by visiting an authorised lottery retailer in one of the participating nations.
Article Last Updated: Wednesday 9th November 2022 at 9:03 AM