Eurojackpot is the game that puts you up against the rest of Europe. For the first time in Italy, you can be part of an international challenge and win a millionaire jackpot that grows rapidly because millions of Europeans play.
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Eurojackpot was officially launched in 2011 in Germany, Finland, Denmark, Slovenia, Italy and the Netherlands. The first draw was in March 2012 and later that year Estonia and Spain signed up. The game’s success convinced other countries to join the consortium and Croazia, Iceland, Lettonia, Lituania, Norway and Sweden came on board in 2013, followed by the Czech Republic and Hungary (October 2014) and by Slovakia (October 2015), bringing the total to 18 participating countries.
 

How to play

Eurojackpot is simple to play: just choose 5 out of 50 numbers and 2 out of 10 Euronumbers at more than 45 thousand Sisal retail points in neighbourhoods across Italy and online.

It costs €2 to play


What are the prize categories?

Eurojackpot rewards you with a full 12 prize categories, from 5+2 to 2+1. If you score 5+2 you win the European millionaire jackpot.
Eurojackpot is always worth millions. Even after a win, the jackpot restarts from €10 MILLION and grows faster and faster with each passing contest.

And if the Jackpot exceeds €90 million, the difference is added to the prize in the next lower category.

 

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Rules

Download the rules from www.eurojackpot.it
 

When do draws take place?

Draws take place every Friday at 8pm.

 

 

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The programme has been introduced with the aim of building a shared model of secure and reliable gaming that revolves around the prevention of problem gaming.