EuroMillions is the largest pan-European lottery game and was launched on 7th February, 2004. The game is played in the UK, France, Spain, Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal and Switzerland.
Every EuroMillions draw has 13 prize tiers, with a jackpot worth at least €17 million (sterling value varies based on the current exchange rate). The jackpot rolls over every time there is no top-tier winner up to a maximum prize of €190 million.
EuroMillions draws take place every Tuesday and Friday at 20.30 GMT (21.30 CET) in Paris, France. Find out the latest EuroMillions results and prize breakdowns here.
Playing EuroMillions couldn't be easier. Simply pick five numbers from 1 to 50 and two Lucky Stars from 1 to 12. Find out how to play here.
Learn more about this special supplementary game for UK EuroMillions players in which two ticket holders are guaranteed to win £1 million each.
With overall odds of 1 in 13 for winning any EuroMillions prize, millions of players win prizes ion every draw. See the odds of winning for each tier here.
Superdraws are held a few times a year and offer massive guaranteed jackpots. Learn more about these exceptional EuroMillions draws here.
Mega Week is a promotion which guarantees even more millionaires on both Tuesday and Friday in the last full week of every month.
Read all about this special raffle which is held across all nine participating countries to create multiple guaranteed millionaires.
If you’re lucky enough to win a EuroMillions prize, the next step is to get your hands on the money. Find out how to claim a prize here.
The EuroMillions jackpot cap sets the maximum value of the top prize at €190 million. Find out more about how it works.
There are 13 EuroMillions prize tiers, offering cash amounts ranging from a couple of pounds to nine-figure fortunes. Learn all about the prize structure here.
EuroMillions players have been winning huge prizes since the game began in 2004. Find out more about the biggest UK EuroMillions winners on this page.
Read about the most interesting events in the history of EuroMillions since the first draw in February 2004.