Euromillions is an international lottery that is played twice per week incorporating players from different countries within the Europe area. The Euromillions lottery is drawn every Tuesday and Friday with a ticket and rollover based jackpot accumulation. The very first draw of the Euromillions took place on Friday 13th February, 2004. It was originally managed by three bodies, Camelot (UK), Fancaise des Jeux (France) and Loterias y Apuestas des Estad (Spain) and the first offered jackpot was for €15 million.
The Euromillions lottery results are not aired live on TV however players can obtain the results via our Euromillions results page which publishes the latest results on the draw date around 21:30. The lottery results may be displayed on BBC One at around 22:35 but one of the quickest ways is this website. The Euromillions has incorporated a discrepency between currencies offering certain countries exclusive games such as the UK which has the Euromillions Millionaire Raffle draw, there may also be seasonal promotions between all players such as fixed jackpots.
Tonight’s Euromillions is the big one, a mammoth £92 million is tonight’s expected jackpot and available to any player can match all 5 main game numbers and 2 luck stars from the numbers drawn tonight. The Euromillions lottery adopts a dynamic prize tier which can be accumulated up to a gigantic €195 million from jackpot […]
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Odds of winning »
The Euromillions has a fluctuating jackpot which is based on a combination of ticket sales and previous jackpot rollovers however the odds of winning a prize remains consistent as their is a fixed prize tier in place. A player cannot increase the odds of winning unless they purchase more ticket but a player can reduce their chances of sharing the jackpot from preventing using birthdays or common numbers i.e. having numbers which are greater than 31.