Eurojackpot Players Eager to Win Tonight’s €69 Million Top Prize
Tonight’s Eurojackpot top prize is estimated to be a colossal €69 million and will see fans from around the world vying to win the third-largest prize in the game’s history. Any potential winner of this evening’s jackpot would also have the honour of claiming one of the largest lottery rewards in Europe, second only to the ever-elusive top prize on SuperEnalotto, which stands at €112.1 million.
Eurojackpot fans have found themselves spoiled so far this year, seeing two jackpots worth in excess of €49 million. Not only did the game welcome 2016 in with a bang, lavishing one German player with a €49.6 million prize on New Year's Day, but it also rewarded another player, again from Germany, with €76.7 million in March, which stands as the second-largest prize in the history of Eurojackpot. However, with no winner of the top prize since Friday 13th May, a run spanning nine weeks, countless players will be hoping to write their own name into Eurojackpot history and end this barren spell.
Despite Eurojackpot being available to play in 17 countries across the continent, Germany and Finland have ruled the jackpot roost of late, having claimed 10 of the last 11 top prizes. The two nations have dominated the top prize tier throughout 2016, with the last jackpot to go elsewhere coming on the 9th October 2015 when a single ticket holder from Spain collected a windfall of over €31.5 million. Given this statistic, it will not come as a shock that Germany (13 wins) and Finland (10 wins) are the most successful nations in the game’s history. However, could this fact spur on the other 15 participating countries to really up their game ahead of tonight’s draw?
You simply cannot afford to miss out on playing for tonight’s mammoth jackpot that would prove life-changing to any winner. To be in with a chance of winning Eurojackpot, tickets can be purchased from any authorised retailer throughout participating countries, or you can play online from the comfort of your own home from anywhere in the world. Don’t miss out!
Article Last Updated: Friday 22nd July 2016 at 9:42 AM