Created in November 2011, EuroJackpot is a Pan European Lottery, offering participation world-wide and sold in several European countries such as Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden. EuroJackpot is drawn once a week, on Friday nights at 21:00 local time in Helsinki, Finland.
|Hosted In||Schedule||Guess Range||Jackpot Type||Tax Requirements|
|Europe||Friday 21:00||5/50 + EuroStars 2/10||Cash||About 6.00%|
The Pan European EuroJackpot was created by several European national lottery officials. These lotto representatives have decided on a play format similar to the well-known EuroMillions lottery and the first EuroJackpot draw took place on 23rd March 2012.
In order to win the EuroJackpot- players need to select five numbers from a guess range of 1-50 as well as two additional numbers from a separate guess range of 1-10. The additional numbers allow lottery players to win secondary prizes, and are essential to complete the jackpot winning number selection. Euro lottery EuroJackpot players can choose to enter the lottery with forms of 3, 4, or 5 lines. The EuroJackpot’s beginning Jackpot is €10,000,000 and will continue to grow until won or reach its cap of €90,000,000! The largest jackpot prize ever recorded since its launch in March 2012 was at €90 Million which is also the lotteries maximum cap. All winning numbers are published on EuroJackpot’s Result Page. A Super Draw takes place several times a year (usually twice) offering a starting Jackpot of €100.000.000 which will continue rolling over until won or reaches it maximum cap of €190.000.000.