LATEST EUROJACKPOT RESULTS
EuroJackpot is one of the biggest pan-European lottery games that is available to play in numerous countries across the continent. The lottery was first introduced in March 2012 and there are 17 different European countries that participate in the draws. Now, with thanks to the internet the EuroJackpot can be played by lottery fans all over the world. EuroJackpot plays once a week on a Friday night and the results from each weekly draw are available to view online shortly after the draw has taken place.
HOW TO PLAY EUROJACKPOT
To play the EuroJackpot simply select a total of seven numbers. This comprises of five main numbers from selection of 1 to 50 then two Euro numbers from a choice of 1 to 10. When the weekly draw takes place the five main numbers will be drawn first from one machine then in a separate machine the two Euro numbers will be drawn. In order to become a EuroJackpot top prize winner you need to match all seven of these numbers drawn, however there are numerous other prizes on offer if you don't quite match all the numbers drawn in the EuroJackpot results.
PLAYING EUROJACKPOT ONLINE
Playing the EuroJackpot online is simple, easy and within minutes you can be playing to potential win an impressive amount of money. All you need to do is decide the numbers you wish to play the EuroJackpot with then enter them onto an online playing slip (if you want to play a random set of numbers, use our number generator). Then all you need to do is select how many draws you wish to play that particular set of numbers for and submit your entry. Playing online or offline gives everyone the same chance of winning, however if you play online then your ticket will be sorted in your online account so there is no risk of losing it. Playing the EuroJackpot online also makes it easier because if you become a winner then you will be automatically notified of your win.
EUROJACKPOT PRIZES AND ODDS
In total the EuroJackpot has 12 prizes on offer in every draw, including the jackpot. This means that if players don't manage to match all the numbers drawn in the EuroJackpot results then they can still win a prize for matching just some of the numbers drawn. The value of EuroJackpot prizes varies from draw to draw, however the more numbers a player manages to match then the higher the prize they will wsin.
The EuroJackpot prizes available to win in this weekly pan-European lottery game and the odds of winning any of those prizes are given below:
|Prize Level||Odds of Winning|
|5 Main Numbers + 2 Euro Numbers (Jackpot)||1 in 95.344.200|
|5 Main Numbers + 1 Euro Number||1 in 5.959.013|
|5 Main Numbers||1 in 3.405.150|
|4 Main Numbers + 2 Euro Numbers||1 in 423.752|
|4 Main Numbers + 1 Euro Number||1 in 26.485|
|4 Main Numbers||1 in 15.134|
|3 Main Numbers + 2 Euro Numbers||1 in 9.631|
|2 Main Numbers + 2 Euro Numbers||1 in 672|
|3 Main Numbers + 1 Euro Number||1 in 602|
|3 Main Numbers||1 in 344|
|1 Main Numbers + 2 Euro Numbers||1 in 80|
|2 Main Numbers + 1 Euro Number||1 in 35|
|Approximate overall odds of winning a prize:||1 in 26|
The EuroJackpot top prize is always worth a minimum of €10 million; however, if no players are lucky enough to win this impressive prize then the jackpot will rollover and increase in size. This happens until there is a jackpot winner or the top prize reaches €90 million. When it hits that cap, the excess money in the prize fund that would have been added to the jackpot is shared between the ticket holders in the next winning prize tier. If the jackpot is not won at that level, then the whole €90 million will be shared between the next winning tier too.