There are two winners at the Eurojackpot!
Half of the Eurojackpot filled with a maximum of 90 million euros goes to Finland and half to Poland. With the numbers 4, 31, 39, 43, 46 and the two additional numbers 1 and 4, the players – or syndicates – each won 45 million euros in the drawing in Helsinki, as a Westlotto spokesman announced on Friday evening in Münster.
A player from Hessen last secured the full profit of 90 million euros in May 2021. In 2016, a player from Baden-Württemberg cleared the full Eurojackpot for the first time – at that time the highest win in German lottery history.
There were eight hits in the six-figure range in prize class 2, six of them came from Germany: Almost 837,000 euros each went to Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Rhineland-Palatinate, twice Hesse as well as Norway and the Czech Republic.
Previously, the Eurojackpot had not been cracked six times. Since the start of the Eurojackpot in 2012, the European lottery had reached the statutory upper limit for the 14th time.