EuroMillions

EuroMillions is a lottery that is played across nine European countries. Draws take place on Tuesday and Friday evenings with a minimum guaranteed jackpot of €17 million, which can roll over up to an impressive €190 million.

EuroMillions Results

The latest results are available immediately after each draw has taken place in Paris. Be the first to see the winning numbers, check out prize breakdowns from participating countries and find information on where the jackpot-winning tickets were sold.

Tuesday 20th August 2019
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Millionaire Maker: XWSR 03599

Prize Breakdown More Results

Tonight's Estimated Jackpot:

100 Million
It's a MULTI (9x) Rollover!
Time Remaining:
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Sorry, it's not currently possible to play EuroMillions from United States. However, we hope to be able to offer this service soon.

UK Millionaire Maker

UK Millionaire Maker guarantees at least one UK EuroMillions player will win £1 million in every draw. To win, players must match the entire nine-digit code, made up of four letters and five numbers. Find out more about UK Millionaire Maker here.

Latest News

Find out about the latest EuroMillions winners, information about unclaimed prizes and details of upcoming special draws.

EuroMillions Jackpot is Largest in the World
Wednesday 21st August

EuroMillions currently offers the biggest jackpot of any lottery on the planet after a rollover on Tuesday 20th August pushed the top prize up to a world-beating £91 million. Find out how the jackpot has eclipsed all the other games just a few weeks after the latest huge jackpot was won.

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EuroMillions has been creating big winners since it was launched in 2004. With 13 different prize tiers, there are lucky players in every draw and several billion pounds have been paid out in prize money in the UK alone - a figure which is rising rapidly!

Total Number of Winners: 2,719,045,479
Total Winners (UK): 596,875,107
Total Prizes Won (UK): £8,948,271,821

Could you be the next BIG winner?