EuroMillions launched in 2004 and, with nine participating countries, remains the most widely-played lottery game in Europe. Draws take place in Paris on Tuesday and Friday evenings and offer a minimum jackpot of €17 million (approximately £14 million), although the top prize can reach a jackpot cap of €190 million (approximately £160 million).
Tuesday 25th October 2016
See the latest EuroMillions numbers straight after they are drawn and view full prize breakdowns once the results have been verified.
Learn what the game is all about, how many numbers need to be selected and how to play either online or through an authorised retailer.
The supplementary Millionaire Maker game guarantees that at least two UK players will win £1 million in every EuroMillions draw.
On occasions throughout the year, European Millionaire Maker offers multiple £1 million awards across all nine EuroMillions nations.
In the final week of every month, there are multiple UK players who each win £1 million plus a luxury experience prize as part of Mega Week.
Every UK player who takes part in EuroMillions can enter that month’s draw, with a prize pool of £1 million on offer.
Discover everything you need to know about the 13 different ways in which you can win EuroMillions prizes.
The top prize in EuroMillions can reach a maximum of €190 million for four draws before it must be won. Find out how the jackpot cap works.
Superdraws are special events scheduled a few times a year when the jackpot is boosted to around £109 million (guaranteed €130 million).
UK EuroMillions players have 180 days to claim their EuroMillions prizes, find out how to receive your winnings here.
EuroMillions players dominate the list of the biggest winners in the history of UK lotteries. Find out more about big UK winners here.
Find out about the key events in the history of EuroMillions since the pan-European lottery was first drawn in February 2004