What television channel is the EuroMillions draw broadcast on?
Below is a list of countries that broadcast EuroMillions results with the channel and time of each broadcast:
|Country||TV Channel||Broadcast Time|
|From 22:30 CET
From 23:00 CET
|Ireland||RTE One||From 21:00 GMT|
00:15 CET After Draw
|Portugal||TVI||From 21:00 CET|
|Switzerland||RTS Deux||22:45 CET|
|UK||Online||From 22:30 GMT|
Is there a limit to the number of times the EuroMillions jackpot can roll over?
While there is no strict rollover limit for the EuroMillions jackpot, the top prize is capped once it reaches €190 million and stays at this level for a maximum of four draws. If, after the fourth draw with a €190 million jackpot, there is still no top prize winner, then the funds roll down to the next winning prize tier.
What is a EuroMillions Superdraw?
Superdraws are special event draws with a guaranteed jackpot of €130 million (around £100 million dependent on the exchange rate at the time of the draw) regardless of the jackpot on offer in the preceding draw. If no ticket holders win the EuroMillions Superdraw jackpot, the jackpot will roll over to the following draw. These draws can take place at any point throughout the year.
If I buy multi-draw EuroMillions tickets, can I still win a UK Millionaire Maker prize?
Yes. Players in the UK have the option to pre-purchase EuroMillions tickets up to four weeks in advance for one or both of the weekly draws which are held on Tuesday and Friday evenings. This means that players can pre-purchase tickets for up to eight draws and the ticket will include one unique UK Millionaire Maker code for each line of EuroMillions numbers purchased. Although the code is the same for each draw, it is entered into every draw for which a EuroMillions ticket has been purchased and has exactly the same chance of winning as any other raffle code.