Euro Millions is a European lottery that takes place on Tuesday and Friday evenings. Whereas national lotteries are generally limited to the residents of one particular country, the Euro Millions lottery pools the stakes to create huge jackpots and prizes. Because the main prize pool is “rolled over” to the next draw if there is no jackpot winner, prizes can - after a few weeks without a winner - be as high as 190 million Euros.
You will find the very latest EuroMillions Results right here, updated within seconds of each draw taking place. Our dedicated team work through the night to ensure that all results posted are checked and double checked for accuracy.
As soon as prize amounts have been confirmed they are published on the EuroMillions Result page.
View the latest EuroMillions Results and prize breakdown for: Friday 6th December 2013.
History of EuroMillions
The history of Euro Millions began in 1994. Originally, the idea had been to launch this new Euro Lottery at around the same time as a single European currency, but as often happens, bureaucracy, politics and other miscellaneous factors meant that the plan was delayed a number of times before coming to fruition some ten years later.
The first Euro Millions lottery draw took place on Friday 13th February, 2004. It was originally presented by three major lottery organisers: Camelot in the United Kingdom who run the UK National Lottery, Francaise des Jeux in France and the Loterias y Apuestas des Estad in Spain. The first jackpot was worth 15 million Euros. The biggest EuroMillions winners are listed here.
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