the draw of Tuesday, February 23, 2021 [EN LIGNE]

EUROMILLIONS RESULTS. The record jackpot of 210 million euros was in play on Tuesday 23 February 2021. It’s time to find out about the results of the Euromillions draw.

[Mis à jour le 23 février à 21h53] Become rich in a few seconds, with only efforts to fill a grid of games and spend 2.5 euros, it is the dream sold by the Française des Jeux, with the Euromillions. This Tuesday, February 23, it was even more dizzying: tonight’s Euromillions draw offered 210 million euros. The results are in, the time has come to find out the numbers.

The Euromillions draw on February 23, 2021:

To participate in the next draw, remember to have at least one grid validated before 8.15 p.m. either at an FDJ point of sale (be careful with curfew times, of course) or on the Internet, on the official website of the Française des Jeux. If you don’t hit the Euromillions jackpot, which is very likely given the tiny odds that your ticket will match the day’s draw, it is still possible that you will land a lower ranking win, which can range from a few euros to a few hundred thousand euros (for the lucky ones). The FDJ offers a “winnings simulator” once the draw has been made: all you have to do is enter the numbers from your grid and you will instantly know the amount won, if you have ticked certain correct numbers.

> Try your luck for the next draw with an FDJ grid

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It is therefore a record sum, 210 million euros, which was put into play on February 23. If a lucky player wins this jackpot, they will be the biggest winner in Euromillions history. He or she would dethrone the previous record, which had been won by a Frenchman. On December 11, this anonymous player won 200 million euros. In all, France has won 110 of the 499 jackpots put into play by the Euromillions since its inception in 2004. It is the country with the most big winners.

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