What is the Euromillions Superdraw?
A Superdraw can be declared whenever typically to harmonize with a special event. The motivation behind an Euromillions Superdraw is to make some buzz around the lottery and to encourage more players to purchase tickets. It offers a much greater ensured big jackpot at the very least €130 million.
Superdraws work under indistinguishable principles from customary draws and the main distinction is the size of the ensured jackpot. To win the EuroMillions you essentially need to coordinate every one of the five essential numbers and each Lucky Star. Just as choosing five principle numbers between 1 and 50, EuroMillions lottery players likewise pick two additional numbers. These additional numbers are known as the Lucky Stars and the length of the number is from 1 to 12. On the off chance that no player wins the big jackpot, the top prize will turn over to the accompanying draw and it will keep on turning over until it is won or it arrives at the jackpot cap.
The Euromillions is one of the biggest lotteries in the world, even without a Superdraw, so players don’t need much encouragement, but history has shown that €100million+ draws generate a significant boost in ticket sales and this has a knock-on effect that benefits the lottery on the whole while also generating an even bigger pot for the Superdraw.
Euromillions Superdraw is coming today!
The next Superdraw is scheduled for Friday 3rd July 2020. You still have hours to grab this extraordinary chance.
This is one you don’t want to miss! Here’s what you need to do:
– First and foremost you will need an account and if you do not have one you can sign up here.
– If you’re already registered but are not logged in, you can click here.
–Bet on the outcome of Euromillions with Multilotto.
And then, all you need to do is to pay very close attention to the lottery result news on Multilotto.
How are these massive jackpots funded?
The Superdraw funds are taken from previous Euromillions draws. Just over 8% of the fund from every lottery draw is placed into a Common Prize Fund, and when this grows to a substantial figure, the Euromillions Superdraw is announced. When the Superdraw isn’t won, it rolls over and an even bigger jackpot is up for grabs.
How do I play the Euromillions Superdraw?
The Euromillions Superdraw is the same as any other Euromillions draw. All you need is a ticket or if you’re betting at Multilotto you will need to place your bets as you would normally do for other Euromillions draws. If you have an active subscription/direct debit you’ll be entered into the draw automatically. Just make sure that your subscription hasn’t expired prior to the draw!
To play the Euromillions you need to choose 5 Main Numbers from 1 to 50 and 2 bonus numbers from 1 to 12. The jackpot winner is the player or players who match all 7 numbers. If there is no jackpot winner, the prize pot will roll over and it will keep rolling over until it reaches €190 million.
Euromillions Superdraw Results
One of the first things you’ll notice as you look back over recent Euromillions Superdraw wins is that most are claimed by a single player. In fact, the last 13 were all won by a single ticket holder, the most recent of which hailed from Ireland and scooped £175.4m in February 2019.
The United Kingdom has been one of the most common recipients of a Euromillions Superdraw jackpot win, as they have claimed 7 of the last 20. Players from Portugal have also been very lucky, with 3 of the last 10.
The last time the Euromillions Superdraw rolled over to a maximum jackpot was in September 2017, when it was claimed by a player from Spain.
The beauty of the Euromillions, and any lottery for that matter, is that your country of origin doesn’t matter. Every player, regardless of where they’re from or how many tickets they buy, has a chance of winning big.
So, don’t forget to pick up your Euromillions Superdraw ticket and make sure you keep an eye on the Multilotto website to get the results as and when they come in.