The EuroMillions draw rolled over once again last Friday and is now worth an estimated £95 million for its draw this evening, Tuesday June 10th.
Since the naturally occurring jackpot on Friday forced cancellation of the EuroMillions superdraw, there were many eyes glued to television sets during the weekend lottery draw to see whether any fortunate players would match all of the numbers to take home the coveted £85 million. However nobody did, and therefore the jackpot is now worth £10 million more than it was on Friday, and all you need to do to win the prize is to match all of the five main lottery numbers and both of the EuroMillions lucky stars.
This jackpot is the third largest which the Europe-wide lottery has seen since the beginning of the year, with the largest being shared between one player from Spain and another from France, both of whom earned half of the €130,227,770 lottery prize. The second largest jackpot of 2014 was awarded to UK man Neil Trotter, who took home a top prize of over £107 million after the superdraw in March rolled over twice.
The largest ever EuroMillions jackpot was worth over £161 million and that was paid out to a UK couple back in 2011. The European lottery game is famous for its sometimes huge top prizes, and it is the excitement of a growing jackpot such as this one that has seen the lottery earn dedicated players week in, week out.
This £95 million jackpot has grown on its own accord, however, and started at the usual benchmark of £10 million just 10 draws ago. Since then, lottery players across Europe have tried their hand at stopping it in its tracks, but the big prize has rolled on.
With the prize fund teetering close to the £100 million mark, there are bound to be players aplenty hoping to get their hands on the cash tonight. If you want to be in with a chance of taking home one of the largest EuroMillions prizes to date, then make sure you get your tickets now! It is easy to buy your tickets online at Lottery24.com.