The jackpot was boosted by more than €100 million from the previous draw, giving fans of the game a chance to play for one of the year’s biggest prizes without having to wait for a long run of rollovers to build up the kitty.
The winning numbers were 19, 21, 22, 31 and 38, with Lucky Stars 07 and 11. You can find out more details about what happened in the draw, including the results from supplementary games such as the UK Millionaire Maker.
Anyone disappointed to miss out on the top prize can now look forward to Tuesday’s sequel, when there will be another opportunity to try and hunt down a nine-figure jackpot.
The last Superdraw, back in February, was won on the night by a UK player, so it could not grow any larger. But this jackpot could potentially just be the launching pad for something even more special.
How Big Could The Jackpot Go?
The jackpot will continue to roll over until it is won, or until it reaches its new limit of €230 million. This cap has only been in place since a young woman from Tahiti in French Polynesia won €220 million last October, and it was consequently raised by €10 million.
A new record appeared to be close earlier in the spring, before Gloucester’s Joe and Jess Thwaite won £184 million (€215 million). They became the UK’s biggest winners, but just a few weeks later they could be surpassed if the current jackpot keeps growing.
The jackpot rises much more rapidly than it did previously, with more of the prize money from every draw going to the top tier since February 2020. It may only take two or three weeks of rollovers to reach the new jackpot cap.
To try and win the top prize before it gets that far, you can take part online now. Remember to keep an eye out for the latest winning numbers as soon as they are announced every Tuesday and Friday night.