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What's going on with the EuroMillions Lottery?

The long-anticipated new EuroMillions lottery is coming to realization now.

From February 2020 EuroMillions is set to offer bigger jackpots and the recent makeover is coupled with the first Superdraw of the year set to take place on Friday 7th February.

Currently, the jackpot is capped at €190 million but under the new rules jackpots awarded by EuroMillions could grow as high as €250 million.

It’s an exciting new era for EuroMillions players because once the jackpot rolls over to its new maximum €200 million for the first time, the jackpot cap will grow to €210 million in the next EuroMillions draw. When that amount is reached, the jackpot cap will grow to €220 million. This will continue until the EuroMillions jackpot cap reaches €250 million.

On top of this EuroMillions has confirmed the first Superdraw of the year will be held on Friday 7th February with a starting jackpot of €130 million.

After extensive research, the EuroMillions marketing team decided that once the Superdraw jackpot reaches its maximum jackpot, it can stay at that amount for four drawings.

After this, if the jackpot is not won, the prize money rolls down to be divided among the winners of the next highest prize tier.

EuroMillions is Europes favourite lottery. Part of their biggest success is staying current with the times as they continuously move forward with new concepts that draw a strong community of lottery players.

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