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Maltese still have a chance to win the €190 million EuroMillions jackpot but how many times can the EuroMillions rollover?

The biggest EuroMillions jackpot ever is still up for grabs to people in Malta but everyone is wondering how many times can the EuroMillions jackpot rollover and what happens if the lucky numbers are never matched? 

6 October 2017, 11:07am
Les Scadding, a former mechanic, and his wife Samantha Scadding won £45,500,000 from the EuroMillions lottery in 2009
Les Scadding, a former mechanic, and his wife Samantha Scadding won £45,500,000 from the EuroMillions lottery in 2009
After six rollovers, the biggest EuroMillions jackpot ever is still up for grabs to people in Malta. There have been comparatively small yet life-changing wins up to €1,000,000 during the last few draws but everyone is wondering when one lucky soul will scoop the €190,000,000 jackpot. And what exactly happens if the lucky numbers are never matched?

The massive €190,000,000 jackpot, the biggest ever in European lottery history, will stay at this limit for a further four draws. On the fifth draw it must be won. 

That means there are five more chances to enter to win the life-changing EuroMillions jackpot.

In the fifth and final draw, if there is no ticket that matches the five numbers and two lucky stars, then the entire jackpot prize of €190,000,000 will roll down to the next prize-tier with at least one winner.

"This jackpot is a record breaker," said Andy Carter, the National Lottery's senior winner's adviser.

The previous EuroMillions record was £161,000,000 won by Colin and Christine Weir from Largs, North Ayrshire six years ago. 

Colin and Christine Weir from Largs, North Ayrshire
Colin and Christine Weir from Largs, North Ayrshire
Lucky for us, this time people in Malta now have a chance to win thanks to Jackpot.com. You’re still in time to bet in this Friday’s EuroMillions mega draw by visiting Jackpot.com and picking your five lucky numbers and two lucky stars. The draw takes place in Paris tonight at 21:00 CET (20:00 BST/GMT).

The odds of winning EuroMillions stand at 1 in 13 while the odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 139,838,160.

You’re in good hands with Jackpot.com who are licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority and are offering players up to 30% off subscription on the EuroMillions draw.

So get your lucky numbers together, complete as many entries as you like, sit back and wait for tonight’s results. Who knows, maybe someone from Malta will make European lottery history and become the next EuroMillions jackpot winner. 

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