The first Superdraw of the year took place on Friday 7th March and, like the coming Superdraw, offered players a guaranteed jackpot of €100 million (£80 Million). However, as no ticket-holder matched all seven numbers drawn, the jumbo jackpot rolled over to the following draw on Tuesday 11th March and offered players an increased top prize of £93 million (€112 million) to play for. Again, the jackpot eluded players and rolled over once more to the draw on Friday 14th March, it reached £107 million (€129 million) before being won by lucky Brit Neil Trotter when he matched all five main numbers and both Lucky Stars to claim the colossal prize.
41-year-old Trotter accepted his supersized prize at a press conference on 18th March, just four days after the draw took place. Trotter was accompanied by his long-term partner Nicky Ottaway and both headed straight to the airport following their interview.
Superdraws operate under exactly the same rules as regular EuroMillions draws but offer a guaranteed jackpot of €100 million (£80 Million). Tickets for the big draw will be available from 9th May and Euro-Millions.com will keep you updated as the draw approaches.
*EuroMillions Superdraws offer a guaranteed jackpot of €100 million which, based upon current exchange rates, is approximately £80 million.