The very first EuroMillions draw took place on the 13th February 2004. Players from three different countries could then try their luck : the British, the French and the Spanish. A few months later, not less than six countries joined the EuroMillions club, leading to 9 countries. The EuroMillions draw take place every Tuesday and Friday, at 8.00pm in Paris. The draw's video is recorded without sound, and then sent to the lottery operator of each participating country. They can then add the voice of their favorite TV speaker and broadcast the draw when they wish.
At the EuroMillions beginnings, the jackpot started at 10 millions euros. Then, when six other countries joined the game, the minimum jackpot was uplifted to 15 millions euros (about £12M). To date, the record prize for a single ticket is held by a lovely british couple. They're in their fourties, and won £ 161 millions on the 12th of July 2011. Chris and Colin Weir are now managing their own charitable trust. You will find below that latest EuroMillions results, free tools and statistics.