The Euromillions is a lottery which is played across nine European countries – France, Spain, and the UK which started the game in February 2004, and Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal, and Switzerland who joined in October 2004.
Euro Millions draws take place every Tuesday and Friday evening. The draws take place in Paris at around 20:45 and are published shortly afterwards.
Players are offered a minimum guaranteed jackpot of €17 million, which can roll over up to a staggering €190 million. On 1st February 2020 this will to change as new rules will result in bigger jackpots, more regular Superdraw events and a Jackpot Cap increase from €190 to €200 million.
To play the Euro Millions, select five main numbers from 1 to 50 and two Lucky Stars between 1 and 12. To win the Euro Millions jackpot, all five numbers and the two Lucky Star numbers must match with the numbers drawn.
Details of the Euromillions prize breakdown and results from past Euro Millions lottery draws are published on the dedicated Euromillions Lottery Results and Winning Numbers page.