When do the EuroMillions results come out?
EuroMillions Results. EuroMillions results appear here after the draws each Tuesday and Friday. Find the winning EuroMillions numbers and Millionaire Maker codes, then use the Prize Breakdown button to access details of winners and prize amounts.
What is EuroMillions?
Euromillions is the European lottery in which 9 countries participate (Belgium, France, Switzerland, Luxembourg, United Kingdom, Ireland, Austria, Portugal and Spain). The draw takes place every Tuesday and Friday between 20.45h and 21.15h approximately.
What is the EuroMillions jackpot for 2019?
In the Euromillions results of Tuesday, 22 October 2019 that had a jackpot of 47 million euros there were not first category winners so for the next draw it is generated a new jackpot of 61 million euros.
How many people won the 87 million euro EuroMillions 2020?
In the Euromillions results of Tuesday, 27 October 2020 that had a jackpot of 87 million euros there was 1 winner (in United Kingdom) that won a prize of 87,757,466 euros so in the next draw there is the minimum guaranteed jackpot of 17 million euros
What happened to the EuroMillions jackpot in 2019?
In 2019, the jackpot stayed at its €190 million cap for the maximum of five draws for the first time. The cap was reached on 24th September and there continued to be no winners until a Must Be Won draw was held on 8th October.
What is the EuroMillions jackpot cap for 2020?
The EuroMillions jackpot cap currently stands at €200 million, the largest amount possible to win in the game. NEWS: The EuroMillions Jackpot Cap increased to €200 million in February 2020!
What time does the EuroMillions result come out?
Draws take place on Tuesday and Friday evenings with a minimum guaranteed jackpot of €17 million, which can roll over up to an impressive €230 million. Tonights EuroMillions result will be available from approximately 8:15pm.
Is EuroMillions the biggest lottery in Europe?
That now makes the cap €230 Million, which can only increase two more times. The jackpot resets and the the cap hits its absolute maximum of €250 million. The potential €250 million cap makes EuroMillions the biggest lottery in Europe. The following table shows how it compares to some other national and transnational lotteries.