EuroMillions is rising againFriday March 26th 2010
It was not all that long ago when the biggest lottery winners in the UK were created when they won a share of the massive EuroMillions jackpot of €112 million back in February. The EuroMillions is rising again creating a jackpot for this evening of €44 million. Since then, the EuroMillions jackpot has been won on one other occasion and that was a jackpot of €41.7 million on 5th March, so the draw this evening will bring a lot of excitement for lottery players all over the world and in particular the participating European countries.
It is difficult to say at this stage whether the EuroMillions is the biggest lottery in Europe at the moment as a draw for the SuperEnalotto only took place last night. Until we have the results of this draw and know whether this lottery game produced a winner, this situation will not be clear. What we can say is that the EuroMillions does tend to rise more rapidly than the SuperEnalotto, so if there is no winner on EuroMillions this evening, it is highly likely although not guaranteed that this will become the biggest lottery jackpot in Europe for next week and we will watch this very carefully.
Of course it is just as likely that neither EuroMillions nor SuperEnalotto will have winners this week which means we will see a combined European jackpot of more than €100 million, which will create a lot of lottery activity in Europe.
The biggest task for players if both of these games rollover, will be deciding which game to buy lottery tickets for next week, and the deciding factor will come once the results of the draws are available.