The EuroJackpot presents the best winning odds as well as a thrilling prize winning chart of 12-tier. Players are able to take part in this lottery through OSA services.
The official launch of EuroJackpot was carried out on 23 March 2012. Ten countries in Europe take part in this lottery. These are Italy, Germany, Iceland, Estonia, the Netherlands, Slovenia, Denmark, Finland, Sweden and Norway. Eurojackpot results can be found at this use full lottery website.
Playing the EuroJackpot
Draws for EuroJackpot are held in Helsinki each Friday. So as to become winners of this lottery jackpot, players need to match 5 key digits from 1-50 and two additional figures from 1-10.
EuroJackpot prizes are the same as for EuroMillions jackpot prizes. They are described as pari-mutuel, which signifies that prize divisions for lower level change depending on the jackpot’s amount. As the jackpot grows, so does lower prize divisions.
Comprehending the Odds
The game format of 5/50 for EuroJackpot sums up to 2,118,760 combinations. But, so as to win the jackpot, you should match two extra numbers, where the combination of 7-number then presents an overall of 95,344,200 combinations.
Winning the EuroJackpot
Even though it is only recently that the EuroJackpot was included as public entertainment, already, it has become the most famous in the globe.
Jackpots start at €10 million and it is only possible for them to go up to €90 million when it goes back to the starting jackpot of €10 million.
It is possible for you to beat EuroJackpot odds by playing the patterns that offer you the most ideal winning probability.
EuroJackpot winner from Germany takes a record of 90 million Euros home
14 October 2016
A southern Germany man has become winner of a record 90 million euros, equivalent to 98 million euros in EuroJackpot draw. In Germany, this is the highest lotto win ever.
This winner from Baden-Wuerttemberg state beat the previous record of 84.8 million euros set, for German EuroJackpot in August. This was revealed by Westlotto, which is a regional lotto firm in Germany.