The Eurojackpot filled with a maximum of 90 million euros goes to North Rhine-Westphalia.

With the winning numbers 10 19 32 36 46 and the two additional numbers 4 and 6, a player was correct this time after six weeks without a main prize, as Westlotto announced on Friday evening after the draw in Helsinki.

The German lottery record was set again.

Most recently, in February 2020, a player from the Münsterland and in May an individual winner from Bavaria secured a profit of over 90 million euros.

In 2016, a player from Baden-Württemberg cleared 90 million euros for the first time - at that time the highest win in German lottery history.

In addition, according to Westlotto, there were seven other "lottery millionaires", four of them from Germany.

Winners from Baden-Württemberg, Hesse, Lower Saxony and North Rhine-Westphalia and winners from Sweden, Denmark and the Czech Republic each pocketed just under 1.15 million euros.

Previously, the Eurojackpot was not cracked six times.


Since the start of the Eurojackpot in 2012, the European lottery had reached the statutory upper limit for the twelfth time.