Eurojackpot on Tuesday, 06.06.2023: Here you will find the winning numbers of the European lottery after the draw. The jackpot this time is 73 million euros.
- The Eurojackpot is now drawn not only on Fridays, but also on Tuesdays in Helsinki (Finland).
- On Tuesday, June 06, 2023, there will be a total of 73 million euros in the prize pot.
- The draw of the Eurojackpot winning numbers will take place on Tuesday at around 21 p.m. (local time).
Munich – The Eurojackpot is a European lottery with high prizes that are raffled twice a week. Because the Eurojackpot lottery not only got new rules for its 10th birthday, but also a new draw day. In addition to the usual Friday, the winning numbers will now also be determined on Tuesdays – for the first time since the introduction of the Eurojackpot in 2012.
The Eurojackpot has a very clear difference to the German classic Lotto 6 aus 49. All lottery players from 18 European countries are eligible to participate in the Eurojackpot. In the course of the new draw day, the 18 countries have also raised the upper limit for the jackpot: This is now a whopping 90 million euros instead of the previous 120 million.
Eurojackpot on Tuesday, 06.06.2023: Here are the current winning numbers
The Eurojackpot will be drawn again on Tuesday, 06 June 2023. An amount of 73 million euros is available as a profit. Below we have listed the current winning numbers for you.
The Eurojackpot draw on Tuesday 06 June 2023:
- Winning numbers (5 out of 50):
- Euro numbers (2 out of 12):
(All information without guarantee, source: www.eurojackpot.de, as of 06 June 2023)
Eurojackpot: How does gambling work?
The rules of the Eurojackpot are not difficult: to crack the jackpot, you need a total of seven correct numbers in the Eurolotto. For the draw, these seven numbers are drawn from different lottery drums. First, five numbers are drawn from 1 to 50. This is followed by a draw from the lottery drums "Pearl" and "Venus", from which a number from 1 to 12 is determined at random.
This means that you, as a player, first tick 5 out of 50 numbers per field on your lottery ticket. For the two additional numbers, you also tick two out of twelve numbers. So, in total, you submit a lottery ticket with seven numbers you typed. You must be at least 18 years old to participate.
Millions of euros are in the jackpot every Tuesday and Friday. © osnapix/Imago
Eurojackpot: What are the odds of winning the Eurolotto?
Unfortunately, winning is not quite as easy as participating: in order to hit the complete jackpot, you are the only player in the whole of Europe who has to correctly predict the Eurolotto numbers. So you get the main prize with a total of seven correct numbers. However, there are also some smaller prizes in twelve prize categories.
This is a difference to the German Lotto 6 out of 49: In addition to the main prize class, there are only eight other prize categories. The odds of winning the Eurojackpot are a statistical probability of 1 in 140 million. The value roughly corresponds to the probability of winning the Lotto 6 out of 49. That, too, has changed with the new rules. Previously, the chance of hitting the Eurojackpot was 1 in 95 million.
When are the Eurojackpot lottery numbers drawn?
The Eurojackpot winning numbers are drawn every Tuesday and Friday at 21:00 in Finland. Due to the time difference, this amounts to 20:00 in Germany.
If you missed the draw, you can check out our article for the always updated winning numbers. Eurojackpot also offers an online prize check, which you can take advantage of at this link. Here you simply enter the numbers you have guessed and find out if you were lucky in a winning category.
Every Tuesday and Friday, the Eurojackpot numbers are drawn. The draw itself will take place in Helsinki, the capital of Finland.
Eurojackpot on Tuesday, 06.06.2023: Can you watch the draw live on TV?
The live draw will take place in the studio of the private Finnish television channel MTV3 in Helsinki. The draw can only be watched live on Finnish TV, in the remaining countries it will not be broadcast directly.
Eurojackpot on Tuesday, 06.06.2023: Can you watch the draw in the live stream?
Unfortunately not. In all other European countries, a recap can be watched on YouTube after the draw. The video with the draw can be found on the Youtube channel "eurojackpot results".
Where can I play the Eurojackpot online?
You can play the Eurojackpot online at all major lottery providers. One possibility is Lotto.de, among other things, the information offered by the state lottery companies united in the German Lotto and Totoblock.
- The odds of winning the Eurojackpot are 1:140 million.
- Participation in the game is only possible from the age of 18.
- Gambling can be addictive. Information is available on the free hotline 0800 137 27 00 or on www.bzga.de.
Playing Eurojackpot: How does it actually work?
- In the Eurojackpot, there are 50 numbers to choose from per betting field.
- It is necessary to put 5 crosses.
- In addition, two euro numbers between 1 and 12 are chosen.
- The more numbers you pick correctly, the more you can win.
- If you correctly guess five numbers and two euro numbers, you will win the Eurojackpot.
Eurojackpot cut-off: How long can I play online each Tuesday?
This varies from state to state. Here you will find an overview of how long you can play the Eurojackpot online every Tuesday in which state.
|State:||Eurojackpot on Tuesday until:|
|Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania||18:45 hrs|
|Lower Saxony||18:50 hrs|
|North Rhine-Westphalia||18:59 hrs|
What are the most common numbers drawn in the Eurojackpot?
Eurojackpot itself publishes statistics on the most frequently drawn numbers in the Eurolotto.
Here is an overview of the most frequently drawn numbers in the Eurojackpot (as of October 2021):
The numbers that have been drawn least frequently so far are also documented in the statistics. Here is an overview of the rarest Eurojackpot numbers (as of October 2021):
Eurojackpot: The record winnings of the Eurolotto
The highest jackpot won by one person in the Eurojackpot was a win of €90,000,000. According to Lotto.de, this has happened nine times so far. The very first 90 million jackpot was won on May 15, 2015 by a player from the Czech Republic. Five of the nine lucky winners came from Germany. Due to the new upper limit, record profits are once again possible for Germany.
Eurojackpot: Help with gambling addiction
Eurojackpot is a pan-European game of chance. Participating in gambling can be addictive. If you are not sure whether you are affected by a gambling addiction or need help, you can test your gambling behaviour and seek advice under "Check your game". If you need help or want to find out more about a possible gambling addiction, you can find all the information you need on the BZGA website or on "Playing responsibly".