EuroMillions is multi-country lottery game in Europe. The largest jackpot was £153,361,048 which was won on October 11th 2016 in Belgium. The minimum jackpot is £14 Million, and rolls above £100 Million several times a year. The countries that participate in the draw are France, UK, Ireland, Spain, Portugal, Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, and Luxembourg.
The EuroMillions draw takes place every Tuesday and Friday night in the Paris at approximately 8:45 pm GMT.
HOW THE GAME WORKS
There are two sets of balls drawn in the EuroMillions. Five balls are drawn from the first set of balls which contains 50 balls numbered 1 to 50. Two balls are then drawn from the second set (called Lucky Stars) which contains 12 balls numbered from 1 to 12. To win the jackpot, your ticket must match all 5 balls and and both Lucky Stars.