The EuroMillions jackpot rolled over again on Tuesday night after nobody matched the full winning line of 6, 14, 19, 25 and 29, with Lucky Stars 5 and 11. Six players, including four from the UK, matched five main numbers plus one of the Lucky Stars to win £169,512 (€257,544) each, while a total of 2.9 million ticket holders picked up prizes.
Go to the EuroMillions Results page to find a full breakdown of the prizes won, along with details of all the supplementary draws from the nine participating countries.
The jackpot now ranks alongside some of the largest to have been seen on EuroMillions since the game was launched just over 14 years ago, having not been won since a family syndicate from Ireland pocketed €38.9 million (£34.5 million) on Friday 29th December. Visit the EuroMillions Winners page to see a list of the biggest jackpots ever given away.
European Millionaire Maker
On top of the huge jackpot, this Friday will also see the return of the European Millionaire Maker. The game guarantees that 25 millionaires will be created from across the nine participating countries, increasing the chances that you will win a substantial amount of cash.
European Millionaire Maker works in the same way as UK Millionaire Maker. Everyone who enters the game is automatically given a random code consisting of letters and numbers, and then 25 winners are selected on the night. In the last European Millionaire Maker, on 28th October 2016, the winners were spread all over the continent and included three participants from the UK.
In the UK, your code for the Millionaire Maker will also be entered into the European raffle, giving you an extra chance to win £1 million. You can use the EuroMillions Checker to find out whether your raffle code or your main numbers have won.
The next EuroMillions draw promises to grip the attention of players all over Europe, and if you don’t want to miss out you can join a syndicate now or visit any authorised retailer in one of the participating countries. Good luck!