The joint-largest Eurojackpot prize in history was split three ways on Friday 22nd November, as two players from Germany and one from Hungary landed a share of the €90 million jackpot. There were also eight other multimillionaires created on a great night for ticket holders across Europe.
The winning numbers were 3, 12, 24, 37 and 38, plus Euro numbers 3 and 7. There were more than 41 million entries into the draw and more than 2 million of those snapped up prizes. Go to the Eurojackpot Results page for a full prize breakdown.
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The biggest winners on the night were the three participants who matched all the numbers to land €30 million each. It was quickly announced that two of the winning tickets were sold in Germany – one in Bavaria and one in Hesse – while the other was sold in Hungary. Eurojackpot chairman Andreas Kötter said: “Congratulations. This is what a golden autumn looks like.”
For Hungary, it was only the country’s second jackpot win since the game started, and set a new national record. The largest lottery payout in Hungary’s history had previously been the €22 million won by a Eurojackpot player back in February 2017. The latest winner’s share of the jackpot works out at more than 10 billion forints.