EuroJackpot is a lottery game that was launched in March 2012 and currently has 14 participating countries - Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden. The good news for lottery players outside those countries is that it is also possible to participate remotely by purchasing entries via the web, and most players will find that it is just as easy to buy EuroJackpot tickets online as it is to buy online entries for the EuroMillions game.
This Friday's EuroJackpot
Once each draw has taken place you can view the EuroJackpot Results on this website along with the winning numbers from any previous draws that have taken place. Our results are updated as soon as the draw takes place and include a full prize breakdown for each Eurojackpot result.
How to Play EuroJackpot
The EuroJackpot lotto format is broadly similar to the format of EuroMillions. Players are required to select five main numbers from the range 01 to 50 and two numbers from a separate range of 01 to 08. To win the jackpot it is necessary for the player to match all seven of their selections – a feat that is undoubtedly very challenging but statistically easier than matching all seven selections in a EuroMillions game which uses the number ranges 01 to 50 and 01 to 11. Intial reports show the odds of winning the EuroJackpot Jackpot at being 1 in 59 million compared with 1 in 116 million for EuroMillions.
Of course, the EuroJackpot also offers consolation prizes to those players who fail to match all seven of their selections but still manage to match at least a few of them. The general principle here is that the more selections a player matches, the bigger their EuroJackpot consolation prize will be. The exact values of consolation prizes are directly related to the amount of money available in the EuroJackpot prize pool and the number of players who qualify for such prizes, and so these values vary from draw to draw.