Our Story
December 2002: Site Launch
Back in the prehistoric days of the internet, before Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube, EuroMillions.com was launched. At the time, there was approximately 1/50th of the amount of websites in existence that there currently are today. We began offering information to users on how they could win millions of Euros in European lottery games.
February 2004: EuroMillions Launches in France, Spain and the UK
More than a year after EuroMillions.com went live, the EuroMillions lottery was launched in France, Spain and the United Kingdom. EuroMillions.com was able to provide results for the exciting new panEuropean lottery for the (then) weekly draw and has been doing so ever since.
Fun fact: In the first ever EuroMillions draw, 8.2% of prizes were won in the UK, 15.8% were won in Spain and a whopping 76% were won in France!
May 2008: The First Redesign
With increasing interest in EuroMillions across the continent, we released the first redesign of EuroMillions.com. The new design brought about an improved user experience, better navigation and more valuable information for you, the user.
December 2008: Multilingual Versions of EuroMillions.com Launched
As EuroMillions.com begins to attract users from around the world, French, German, Spanish, Chinese and Russian language versions of the site are launched. This allowed us to begin offering the same valuable information to multiple new audiences.
July 2012: A RecordBreaking Month
Our busiest month todate continues to be July 2012, thanks to a promotional ‘100 UK Millionaires’ Raffle draw in the UK. The draw on 27th July also marked the opening of the 2012 London Olympics, which the UK National Lottery celebrated by turning 100 EuroMillions players into overnight millionaires. On that weekend alone, more than 10.3 million page views were racked up on EuroMillions.com!
September 2013: The Second Redesign
As an increasing number of site users are visiting us on mobile devices, our biggest redesign to date was launched on 23rd September 2013. The new layout was optimised with the mobile user in mind, bringing a modern design and improved navigation, making the site easier to access for all users.
October 2015: Login Area and Free Lottery Launched
Due to popular demand, a login area of EuroMillions.com was launched, allowing users to enter and save tickets into the Checker. This was great news for those running syndicates, who were able to easily manage tickets and members of their syndicates.
The Free Lottery was also launched on the site, offering Daily and Weekly draw prizes for those who match the winning combination.
December 2018: New Languages Added
With Arabic, Dutch and Thai sections added to the site, EuroMillions.com is now available in 13 languages! They are: English, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, Swedish, Dutch, Russian, Polish, Chinese, Thai and Arabic.
January 2020: A New EuroMillions.com App
A new updated version of the app was launched after lots of hard work behind the scenes, bringing you fresh features to improve your experience. You are now able to scan your tickets (UK only) and see within a matter of seconds if you’ve won a prize. The old design has been thrown out and a completely fresh, modern layout has been implemented.
Что из себя представляет лотерейная игра ЕвроМиллионс?
Игра ЕвроМиллионс была организована 3мя государствами Европы:
 Испанией;
 Великобританией;
 Францией.
В течение ее лотерейной истории присоединились еще ряд стран: Ирландия, Португалия, Лихтенштейн, Австрия, Бельгия, Остров Мэн, Монако, Андорра, Люксембург.
Призовой фонд лотереи распределяется следующим образом:
 28 процентов учредители направляют на реализацию благотворительных программ;
 12 процентов выделяют в счет государства;
 5 процентов выплачивают в качестве комиссий реализаторам лотерейных билетов;
 4,5 процента расходуется учредителями на расходы по игре;
 0,5 учредители оставляют себе.
Нечасто в современном мире азартных развлечений можно встретить организаторов, доход которых находятся в самом низу списка раздела призового фонда и при этом составляет минимальную сумму.
Так как лотерея мировая и армия ее поклонников исчисляется сотнями тысяч, то и призовой фонд, соответственно, очень большой. Отсюда и многомиллионные призы участникам.
My Million Results
The five latest My Million results are displayed below. To win the €1 million prize, you must match the entire winning code in the order shown — there is no prize for a partial match.
Draw Date  Codes  Winning Location 

Tuesday10th November 2020  IB0513569 
Online 
Friday6th November 2020  LB9814400  NouvelleAquitaine 
Tuesday3rd November 2020  SB3808153  ProvenceAlpesCôte d’Azur 
Friday30th October 2020  DK0042337  Normandie 
Tuesday27th October 2020  QA5817004  ÎledeFrance 
Friday’s Estimated Jackpot is:
€64 Million
Time remaining:
Buy Tickets
My Million Stats
Number of Draws
707
Amount Won in Prizes
€847,000,000
Number of Codes Drawn
847
The Odds of Winning The EuroMillions
The National Lottery EuroMillions game is a 5/50 lottery format. So the rule is to pick five numbers from 1 to 50. We compute the total combinations by using the Binomial Coefficient formula.
So there are 2 million possible ways to combine five numbers in EuroMillions. However, to win the jackpot, you are required to match the extra two lucky stars so that the actual odds become one is to 139.8 million.
If you think about your odds, you have a better chance of becoming the next Prime Minister of the U.K. In short; it is tough to win in the EuroMillions.
In perspective, on the average, you have 139.8 million attempts to win the jackpot. If you play 100 tickets every week, then you have 1.4 million weeks or 27,000 years to hit the jackpot.
Twentyseven thousand years is such a long time. You’ve got to be very lucky to win.
The EuroMillions lottery is a random game. You cannot predict the next winning numbers.
So, if superstitions, hot numbers, lucky numbers, quick pick, and a random selection will not help, what will?
Mathematics remains the only tool.
Number Frequency Table
See how many times each ball has been drawn. The main numbers are shown in blue and the Lucky Stars in yellow.
1
Drawn:40 times
2
Drawn:35 times
3
Drawn:39 times
4
Drawn:47 times
5
Drawn:36 times
6
Drawn:39 times
7
Drawn:39 times
8
Drawn:38 times
9
Drawn:45 times
10
Drawn:31 times
11
Drawn:44 times
12
Drawn:45 times
13
Drawn:35 times
14
Drawn:41 times
15
Drawn:40 times
16
Drawn:38 times
17
Drawn:36 times
18
Drawn:33 times
19
Drawn:46 times
20
Drawn:34 times
21
Drawn:47 times
22
Drawn:35 times
23
Drawn:37 times
24
Drawn:37 times
25
Drawn:38 times
26
Drawn:38 times
27
Drawn:30 times
28
Drawn:26 times
29
Drawn:42 times
30
Drawn:36 times
31
Drawn:35 times
32
Drawn:32 times
33
Drawn:32 times
34
Drawn:31 times
35
Drawn:38 times
36
Drawn:44 times
37
Drawn:44 times
38
Drawn:43 times
39
Drawn:31 times
40
Drawn:36 times
41
Drawn:38 times
42
Drawn:38 times
43
Drawn:34 times
44
Drawn:38 times
45
Drawn:39 times
46
Drawn:31 times
47
Drawn:36 times
48
Drawn:29 times
49
Drawn:40 times
50
Drawn:54 times
How My Million Works
A My Million code is automatically generated for every line of EuroMillions numbers purchased. There is no extra cost to enter the game.
Shortly after the main EuroMillions draw, one unique My Million code will be selected at random from all of the codes purchased for that particular draw. From time to time, special editions of My Million are held in which multiple prizes of €1 million are given away.
The odds of winning a My Million prize will vary from draw to draw as they are dependent on the number of EuroMillions tickets purchased, rather than correctly matching the numbers drawn in the main EuroMillions game.
The OddEven Patterns Based On The Actual EuroMillions Results
Remember that in the list of the oddeven patterns above, we included the probability value. We use the probability value to determine how likely an event will happen in a given period.
In this case, we want to know the frequency of each oddeven pattern. To take things up a notch, we will compare our calculation against the actual results of the EuroMillions.
There are 1,276 draws in EuroMillions from April 16, 2004, to February 4, 2020. Therefore, we calculate the expected frequency by multiplying the probability by 1,276 draws.
Expected Frequency = Probability X 1,276
In the case of 3odd2even with the probability of 0.3256621797655230, the expected frequency will be 416.
Doing similar computation with the rest of the oddeven patterns, we will come up with a completed comparison table below with accompanying graph:
As you see from the graph above, you should notice the agreement between probability prediction and the actual results of the EuroMillions game. The agreement proves that the EuroMillions game follows the dictate of probability principle.
 3odd2even is expected to appear 416 times – it occurred 461 times in the real draw.
 4odd1even is projected to appear 190 times – it appeared in 184 times in the actual draw.
 0odd5even is supposed to be drawn 32 times – it was drawn 31 times in the real draw.
Thanks to the power of probability. And you don’t need statistical analysis of the historical results to do such highaccuracy and highprecision prediction.
Most Common Triplets and Most Common Consecutive Triplets
Common Triplets:  Consecutive Triplets:  



Top 5 Highest Jackpots Won (£)
Draw Date  Jackpot  Winners 

Friday 6th October 2017  £170,810,000  1 
Tuesday 8th October 2019  £170,221,000  1 
Tuesday 12th July 2011  £161,653,000  1 
Tuesday 25th June 2013  £159,559,034  2 
Friday 23rd February 2018  £155,597,796  2 
Top 5 Highest Jackpots Won (€)
Draw Date  Jackpot  Winners 

Tuesday 8th October 2019  €190,000,000  1 
Friday 6th October 2017  €190,000,000  1 
Friday 24th October 2014  €190,000,000  1 
Friday 10th August 2012  €190,000,000  1 
Tuesday 25th June 2013  €187,937,614  2 
Top 5 Highest Number of Jackpot Winners
Draw Date  Jackpot  Winners 

Friday 2nd September 2016  £32,837,522  5 
Friday 4th February 2011  £24,368,199  5 
Friday 5th October 2007  £10,425,000  5 
Friday 28th April 2006  £17,970,266  4 
Friday 30th September 2005  £17,020,072  4 
Lotterycodex Patterns and The Best Combinations In EuroMillions
Earlier, we discussed that any questions you ask about the lottery must be a combinatorial and probability problem to solve.
So to know the probability of 12345, we ask the question “What is the probability of a combination composed of threeodds and twoeven numbers?”
However, this is not the only question we can ask, we can also ask:
“What is the probability of a combination composed of five low numbers?”
The problem though, two different questions may provide different probability results.
When you deal with lowhigh and oddeven patterns as two separate probability analyses, you will encounter serious contradiction.
To illustrate the contradiction, 12345 is one of the best combinations under oddeven patterns.
But then we know that under the analysis of the lowhigh patterns, such combination is one of the worst ones.
So combinatorial mathematics and probability theory can be very confusing if you are not careful.
So what is the solution?
The solution is Lotterycodex patterns
Using Lotterycodex patterns, we put these two analyses together into one combinatorial equation.
So now to solve the probability of the combination 12345, we ask this question instead:
“What is the probability of a combination composed of threelowodds and twoloweven numbers?”
That’s how Lotterycodex patterns can help you along the way. However, combinatorial calculation with probability analysis can be very complex so I created the Lotterycodex calculator to make everything much simpler and faster.
For simplicity, I have divided EuroMillions patterns into three groups.
Best Group  Middle Group  Worst Group 
Patterns #1, #2  Patterns #3 to #28  Patterns #29 to #56 
Two patterns  26 patterns  28 patterns 
As you notice, there are only two best patterns out of 56 patterns in EuroMillions 5/50 game.
For those of you who want to delve deeper into the nittygritty aspect of calculation, I don’t hide the formula. I discuss how these patterns are obtained in detail, so I invite you to check the free guide.
The table above is very straightforward. If you want to win the EuroMillions, then focus on patterns #1 and #2. And forget about the rest of the patterns.
The problem, almost 90% of the lotto players, do not know the worst combinations that will put their money down the drain. For example, many people pick their combinations that belong to the worst group.
There are millions of these worst combinations in EuroMillions. How do you know your combinations are not one of these worst types?
The OddEven Patterns In the EuroMillions
Oddeven patterns do have an impact on your number selection strategy. You fail to choose the right composition of oddeven numbers, and you fail to win even before you play.
The Euromillions number field can be divided into two sets:
Odd = {1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15,17,19,21,23,25,27,29,31,33,35,37,39,41,43,45,47,49}
Even = {2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16,18,20,22,24,26,28,30,32,34,36,38,40,42,44,46,48,50}
The table below shows the complete oddeven patterns in EuroMillions with their corresponding probability:
Patterns  Probability  Calculus 
3odd2even  0.3256621797655230  32.5662179766% 
3even2odd  0.3256621797655230  32.5662179766% 
1odd4even  0.1492618323925310  14.9261832393% 
1even4odd  0.1492618323925310  14.9261832393% 
5odd0even  0.0250759878419453  2.5075987842% 
5even0odd  0.0250759878419453  2.5075987842% 
1  100% 
The table shows that the first two are the best ones to play in EuroMillions. To help you figure out the best and the worst ones, I further divide the patterns into three groups:
Best Patterns  Fair Patterns  Worst Patterns 
3odd2even  1odd4even  Allevennumbers 
2odd3even  1even4odd  Alloddnumbers 
As a EuroMillions player, you should either play the 3odd2even or the 2odd3even patterns.
Do you want proof?
Let’s peek at the past EuroMillions results and see how the game follows the dictate of probability.