Eurojackpot’s top prize was won in Norway on Friday night, with a solitary ticket holder coordinating all the numbers. The big stake was worth more than €44 million (485 million KR), making it the biggest payout ever found in Norwegian lottery history. The triumphant numbers on Friday 26th June were 14, 16, 32, 34, and 47, or more Euro numbers 7 and 9. There were over 950,000 winning tickets over the 18 taking an interest in nations. Investigate the Eurojackpot Results page to see a full prize breakdown.
The champ has just been found by Norwegian lottery administrator Norsk Tipping. He was an enrolled player, so they had the option to reach him by phone straight after the draw.
“I’m upbeat and numb,” said the man, who has picked to stay mysterious. Norsk Tipping’s Pie-Christine Skagsoset Norseng included: “I conversed with the champ on Friday night and Saturday. The most significant thing for us is to ensure he gets the subsequent he needs. Most likely this was unique.”
Norsk Tipping offers help for all champs, including free budgetary and lawful advice, so that new tycoons can get acquainted with their riches.
There has never been a greater victor in Norway than Friday’s fortunate ticket holder. The record was set simply a year ago, when a player landed 443 million kr (€44 million) in September 2019.
Jackpot Big Wins in 2020
Before Friday’s huge giveaway, the big stake had been ascending since 29th May, when it was last won by an Italian player who took €33 million.
The big stake has likewise arrived at its €90 million greatest on two events since the beginning of the year. A player from North Rhine-Westphalia scooped this prize in February before another German ticket holder equaled the record toward the beginning of May. The big stake will currently reset to €10 million for the following draw on Friday third July. You can appreciate the game on the web or by visiting an approved retailer in any of the taking part nations.