Superdraws offer a guaranteed top prize regardless of whether or not the jackpot was won in the previous draw, with extra money funnelled into the pot from the EuroMillions Reserve Fund to increase excitement around the continent. They are called at various times throughout the year, and the upcoming event is the first to have been held since last September.
If the jackpot is not won on 30th June, it will roll over as normal and grow to an even bigger amount in the following draw. Nobody matched all five main numbers and both Lucky Stars in the last Superdraw, so the top prize kept rising before eventually a Belgian player won €168 million (£153.3 million) on Tuesday 11th October. That remains the largest EuroMillions prize to have been given away in the last two and a half years.
The announcement of June’s Superdraw comes after a thrilling run of EuroMillions results in recent weeks. A sequence of 14 rollovers had pushed the jackpot up to €153.8 million (£134.8 million) ahead of last Friday’s draw, when a Belgian ticket holder bagged the lot to become the largest winner of 2017 so far.
The top prize will soon be propelled back to a stratospheric level when the Superdraw takes place, allowing players to dream about how they might spend such a wonderful amount of cash.
Whether you would like to move into a lavish new mansion, buy a range of sports cars or simply provide financial security for your family for life, the Superdraw provides the perfect chance and is now coming up quickly. If you want to win big on EuroMillions, you can choose numbers online or go to an authorised retailer in any participating country. Good luck!