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EuroMillions Lottery Facts
- The EuroMillions lottery was launched in 2004 and the first draw was held in Paris on 13th February 2004.
- Initially, France, Spain and the UK were the only participating countries. They were later joined by Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal and Switzerland.
- The main EuroMillions balls are numbered 1-50, while the two lucky stars numbers range from 1-11. Correctly matching the five main numbers and the two lucky stars will win you the EuroMillions jackpot.
- The minimum EuroMillions jackpot is worth €15 million, which will increase every time it is not won. The maximum jackpot is capped at a huge €190 million.
- There are more than six million winners with this draw each week. The Millionaire Raffle, which is exclusive to UK players, improves your chances of winning a €1 million jackpot on each draw.
- The largest EuroMillions jackpot was scooped by Colin and Chris Weir from North Ayrshire in Scotland. The amount won was an incredible €185 million (£161,653,000).
- The largest prize to ever go unclaimed was a €63.8 million jackpot, which was won by an unwitting UK player in Stevenage on 8th June 2012. Despite widespread appeals for the winning player to come forward, they never did and the prize was, along with the interest accumulated, donated to the UK National Lottery Good Causes once the 5th December 2012 deadline passed.