Some of the biggest lotteries in the world saw rollover jackpots this weekend, some for the second weekend in a row, after no ticket holders were lucky enough to match all the required numbers to grab those top prizes. This means some of the most played lotteries across the globe will be tempting players to buy tickets again this week to be in with a chance of winning those jackpots, which in some cases, just keep rising! Read on to find out which world lotteries currently have the biggest jackpots.
The Euromillions, which is a popular lottery officially played in nine countries across Europe, saw the jackpot for the draw on Friday 19th October 2012 roll over for the sixth time, which means the draw taking place in Paris tomorrow, Tuesday 23rd October 2012, will see a jackpot of a whopping €76 / 61 million. For full details of the recent Euromillions results, visit the Results Page on Euro-millions.com.
Across the pond to North America and the Powerball, one of the most popular pan-state lotteries, also sees a slowly rising jackpot. The jackpot rolled over on Saturday 20th October 2012 to an impressive $90 million in preparation for the midweek draw on Wednesday, and it will be interesting to see how much more this jackpot rolls over, as top Powerball prizes frequently top the $200 million mark. Also in the USA, the Megamillions saw its first rollover since its jackpot was won on Tuesday 16th October 2012, giving an estimated midweek jackpot of $13 million.
For more information on all the world lottery results this weekend, visit the Results Page on Worldlottery.net. Plus of course, don’t forget to buy your tickets for your preferred lottery this week, to be in with a chance of scooping one of those impressive jackpots!
Written by Grace Mee
World Lottery News Index
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