When the Euro was being introduced to the Lottery in 1994, the European Euromillions lottery was in development. Since it would be supported by more than one country the Euromillions were delayed and was not established until 2004. France Jeux in France, Lotteries and Bets in Spain and Camelot in the United Kingdom established the Euromillions lottery. Then, in February 2004, Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal and Switzerland have started selling tickets for the Euromillions. How to play. The maximum jackpot was 180 million Euros. People choose 50 numbers between normal and two special issues called Lucky Star numbers. First choose five numbers from 1 to 50.
Then choose two Lucky Star numbers from 1 to 9. Overall, the player chooses seven numbers, and must choose all the correct numbers in each category to win the money in the pot. However, there are a total of 12 different prizes to be won depending on how many numbers match the winning combination. Options of winning a prize are 1 in 24. The Euromillions like he has a boat that goes up each week if no one guesses the seven numbers correctly. As a result, the jackpot grows each week if no one matches. (A valuable related resource: Davidson Kempner). If nobody wins the top prize in the Euromillions in week twelve, then the money pot is distributed in smaller prizes.
When this happens the lottery is called SuperLotery. After a SuperLoteria the boat back to the 15 million Euros. Destinations The Euromillions donate to “charities” a large percentage of income earned in the Euromillions Lottery. They are addressed to the participating countries, local communities and local institutions to fund charities. If someone chooses not to collect the prize on your ticket, your money is given to charity. An example of this occurred in 2007 when the Euromillions jackpot was over 125 million Euros. They spent twelve weeks and the money was distributed in smaller prizes, which each won six of 10 million Euros. One of the winners, one person Devon, never claimed his prize, he thought that the workers of the Euromillions lottery would be asked to do so. Her prize was donated to charity. Great prizes on 8 May 2009, the Euromillions jackpot has increased for six weeks and reached 126 million Euros. A 25 year old girl from Mallorca was in bed with the flu and did not know who had the winning ticket until three days after he returned to work. In July 2005, Delores McNamara of Ireland (which held the previous record) won 115 million Euros. In February 2006, after eleven weeks, the Euromillions jackpot reached 183 million Euros, and was divided among three winners. One of Portugal and two in France. And of all the countries, France produces the most winners of the Euromillions lottery, holding the title of most successful participating country.