EuroJackpot is a European lottery played across 17 countries with a starting jackpot of €10 million. The countries that participate in EuroJackpot are Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden.
EuroJackpot is a double-matrix game, requiring players to match all five main numbers from a possible 50 plus two Euro numbers from a pool of 10 in order to win the jackpot. In every draw, there are eleven additional prize tiers in which players can win a prize for matching fewer numbers.
This EuroJackpot data includes all draws up to and including Friday 28th April 2017. Chronology is used to distinguish ties. The last EuroJackpot draw number was 17.
Prize Draw Information:
The last jackpot drawn on Friday April 28th, 2017 for EuroJackpot was €16,000,000
The next estimated EuroJackpot jackpot is
EuroJackpot Numbers (Last 10 Draws):
EuroJackpot Odds & Prize Draw Breakdown
Players must pick 5 balls from a pool of 50 and 2 Euro Numbers from a seperate pool of 10.
|Numbers Matched||Odds (Rounded)|
|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 128|
|2 Main Numbers + 1 Euro Number||1 in 42|
Approx. Overall Odds: 1 in 26
EuroJackpot Draw Details:
The first EuroJackpot draw took place in March 2012 in Helsinki, Finland, with players from Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Italy, Netherlands and Slovenia taking part.
Spain joined the EuroJackpot game in June 2012, followed by Croatia, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Sweden in February 2013. In October 2014, Hungary and Czech Republic joined the game, with Slovakia joining EuroJackpot a year later in October 2015.
Up until the end of January 2013, if the jackpot had not been won for 12 consecutive draws and the 13th draw failed to produce a winner, the top prize would then roll down to be shared between players in the next winning prize tier. After this date, the rule was changed in favour of a jackpot cap set at €90 million. In October 2014, the game’s odds and prize payouts changed to create higher jackpots. Today, 17 countries participate in this pan-European lottery game.
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