It is the latest nine-figure win in a remarkable year, and follows a sequence of rollovers over the past month that quickly propelled the top prize from its €17 million starting value to more than €100 million.
Check out the full draw details to find out the winning numbers, plus a breakdown of all the prizes paid out across Europe. You can even see the results from associated draws such as UK Millionaire Maker.
The jackpot winner will now have to come forward to claim their money, while they consider how they might spend their new-found wealth. It is up to them whether they go public or stay anonymous.
Superdraw on the Way
Even though a nine-figure jackpot has just been won, there will be another chance to play for more than €100 million on Friday 9th September, when the next Superdraw goes ahead.
The Superdraw was announced a few weeks ago, setting up this Friday as the date when €130 million would be put up for grabs. This is the standard amount that is offered in these special jackpot events – the top prize is guaranteed to be increased to this figure even if it is much lower in the preceding draw.
If the jackpot had not been won, it would have been allowed to keep climbing and the Superdraw would have been effectively cancelled as it was no longer required. This has happened a few times before, most recently back in April of this year.
Instead, there is now the possibility that two players will win more than €100 million in quick succession.
If the Superdraw jackpot is not won on the night, it will carry on building as normal until it is won. If it keeps rolling over, it will be capped at €240 million – a record amount in the history of EuroMillions.
You can set your sights on the next jackpot now. Choose your numbers online or head down to your local retailer to buy a ticket.