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All of Europe's biggest jackpots have been the result of EuroMillions Superdraws. During a Superdraw the jackpot is increased to €100 million or more. This results in a massive spike in popularity as stores from right across the continent are swarmed with eager players. Further rollovers raise the jackpot ever higher, as far as €190 million, or approx. £165 million.
The first Superdraw of 2017 will take place on Friday the 30th of June, 2017.
A EuroMillions Superdraw automatically sets the jackpot to a pre-determined amount of money - generally €100 million (approximately £87 million) or more. The awarded amount is calculated by adding money from a special Superdraw fund to whatever the current EuroMillions jackpot amount is.
Therefore Superdraws tend to take place when there is already some money built up in the kitty.
In total, there have been 19 Superdraws since 2007, with a 20th announced for September 2016.
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Superdraws often take place on important EuroMillions anniversaries, to coincide with important rules changes, or to celebrate particular dates and events. Although the exact dates can be difficult to predict, at least one Superdraw has been held each year since 2007, with 3 held in 2013, two in 2014 and three again in 2015.
The following Superdraws have taken place since EuroMillions' launch, starting with the most recent draw:
Events draws are similar to Superdraws, usually setting the jackpot at €100 million, regardless of its current amount. The main difference is that an Event Draw will always celebrate a specific event and the prize money does not roll over if it is not won. In contrast to a Superdraw, if no one wins prize money on an Event Draw it will roll down to the next tiers until all of it is exhausted. This means Event draws will usually produce more winners but do not have the opportunity to grow to the same size as a Superdraw. The best example of an Events Draw is the EuroMillions Christmas lottery.