EuroJackpot is a European lottery born in Amsterdam in November 2011. It is an active game. Formed by two blocks, the main one of 50 numbers, numbered from 1 to 50, and the secondary one of 8 suns, numbered from 1 to 8.
The price of each bet is 2 Euros.
Two drawings per week: Tuesday and Friday.
Playing EuroJackpot is very simple, the ticket is composed of 6 blocks and each block in turn by two matrices. The main matrix contains 50 numbers from 1 to 50 and the secondary matrix contains 8 suns from 1 to 8. Participants choose 5 main numbers and two suns among the 8 numbers.
There are two main options to participate in EuroJackpot:
This European lottery began to be played on March 23, 2012 by Finland, Germany, Denmark, Slovenia, Italy, the Netherlands and Estonia. Subsequently, Spain joined. It consists of a weekly draw. There are 12 different prize categories, combining the 5 numbers drawn with the 2 suns.