The numbers drawn last night were 2, 10, 24, 40 and 44, with Lucky Stars 3 and 10, and the two players who matched the full winning line each received a staggering £19.9 million (€23.5 million). For the UK, it was a first jackpot success since a number of changes were made to the game in September of last year.
Belgium has been on a wonderful winning streak since the EuroMillions changes took effect, including the player who netted an astonishing €168 million on 11th October. There have now been 28 Belgian winners in the history of the game, putting the country fifth in the list of the most successful participating nations. The UK is third with 64, behind France and Spain.
As well as the jackpot winners, there were over 1.5 million players across the continent who picked up prizes in last night’s draw. Check out the EuroMillions Results page for a full prize breakdown, plus details of all the associated draws. Two UK players won £1 million each in the Millionaire Maker, while a French ticket holder became a millionaire thanks to My Million.
The jackpot will reset to £14 million (€17 million) for the next draw on Friday night, giving EuroMillions fans another chance to grab a life-changing prize. Tickets can be bought online or from authorised retailers in participating countries. Good luck!