There are usually four Super Jackpot events scheduled during the course of a year, when there is sufficient money in the Reserve Fund for such a promotion to be held.
It does not matter if the jackpot is much lower in the preceding draw - or even if it has just been won - it is guaranteed to be bumped up to €130 million.
From such a large starting point, the jackpot can roll over as normal, so previous Superdraws have provided the platform for some of the biggest wins in EuroMillions history.
Last June, for example, there was a Superdraw which resulted in a series of rollovers that took the jackpot all the way up to €230 million - which was as high as it could go at the time.
After someone from the UK won that record amount (worth £195 million), the jackpot cap was raised to €240 million. It has not hit those heights again over the past 12 months, but there is a chance that another summer Superdraw could see a repeat.
How to Win a Super Jackpot
To win any EuroMillions jackpot, you have to match all seven winning numbers, including the five main balls that are numbered between 1 and 50, and the two Lucky Stars from 1 to 12.
Superdraws work in exactly the same way as regular draws - apart from the enhanced jackpot - so the odds of winning are no different to normal.
More tickets are likely to be sold across Europe as players are attracted to larger prizes - and the only way to actually boost your own chances of winning is to purchase more lines.
You might decide to generate random numbers for yourself or analyse the latest statistics to see recent patterns. Another idea might be to play in a syndicate, so you can pick up more tickets whilst splitting the cost with others.
Regardless of how you choose to play, you'll be in with a chance as long as you’ve got at least one entry. You can then dream about how you would spend the money if you won, and then check the results after the draw to find out how lucky you have been.