Only a week after one fortunate punter from Germany became €90.000.000 richer, this country once again proved itself as the luckiest place in the world for playing Eurojackpot. An astonishing €10.000.000 windfall was scooped by a German participant on Friday night and the top prize has been reset to that same amount.
The winning numbers on October 21st were 14, 16, 28, 34 and 35 with Euro numbers 3 and 9. In addition to the jackpot winner from North Rhine-Westphalia who matched them all, the draw also made several players across the continent exceptionally rich. Six participants from Germany, Norway, Italy, Denmark, Finland and the Czech Republic netted €220.000 each after missing the top prize by one of the bonus numbers. Additional eight players became €58.000 richer after matching the five main numbers. This is currently the third consecutive Eurojackpot prize collected by a German player – a record breaking €90.000.000 win last week and a €85.000.000 victory in July came before it.
Unlike Eurojackpot, all the other lottery games failed to produce a jackpot winner over the course of the weekend, including SuperEnaLotto. The winning combination drawn on Saturday consisted of the numbers 1, 6, 45, 48, 64 and 78 with the Jolly number 33 and the Superstar 32. The largest prize won on October 22nd amounted to €44.000 and was snatched by six players who matched the five of the main numbers. The jackpot has risen to €162.300.000 and it could be yours on Tuesday night – play now to become the second biggest winner in SuperEnaLotto history!