The winning numbers for the 2nd June Superdraw were 3, 12, 15, 25 and 43, with Lucky Stars 10 and 11. You can find out all the draw details, including the number of winners for each country and the results of associated games such as the UK Millionaire Maker.
There had been a rush for tickets across Europe and many players were rewarded in style, but the biggest celebrations belonged to the single UK participant who matched all the numbers.
Update: A claim has been staked for the jackpot over the weekend. The UK National Lottery has confirmed that a validation process will now be carried out before the money can be paid out.
The winner will also have to decide whether to go public or stay anonymous.
Big Winners in 2023
Friday’s draw was the second Super Jackpot event of the year, following one on 3rd March. The jackpot rolled over on the night on that occasion, before a Belgian player won €144 million in the next draw.
The largest jackpot so far this year has been worth €159 million. That came just a few weeks ago on 5th May and was actually split three ways – the winners came from France, Switzerland and the UK.
It was last summer that the current record for the biggest win of all time was set, when an anonymous UK player pocketed £195 million (€230 million). That resulted in the jackpot cap increasing by €10 million to €240 million.
For now, the jackpot will reset to €17 million. Draws continue twice a week, so make sure not to miss out on the chance to play for great prizes every Tuesday and Friday – choose your numbers online now or head out to an authorised retailer.