The EuroMillions group includes 9 Countries in europe: Belgium, Europe, Austria, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal, Uk, France and The country. The outcome from the Corona crisis is quite different from nation to nation. In unity using the hardest-hit countries, the audience asks all participating countries to phase out pre-experience draws.
The amount of consecutive EuroMillions draws that may be performed all at once will therefore decrease. This is accomplished inside a gradual manner, it’s temporary and it has no effect on the Jackpots.
In concrete terms, which means that a Multidraw, that was typically possible as much as 10 consecutive draws, is going to be eliminated per 2 draws. The Multidraw thus evolves from playing for 10 consecutive draws to pre-playing for 8 draws, then for six more draws until we get to playing for 4 consecutive draws. The mode of four consecutive draws is maintained before the general situation returns to normalcy.
If you wish to play for consecutive draws on Tuesday March 31, this will be possible for 8 draws. So you will play for the draw from March 31 to the draw from Friday April 24.
You wish to play on Tuesday 7 April for a series of consecutive draws, this will be possible for 6 draws. You will therefore play for the draw from Tuesday April 7th through the draw from April 24th.
We keep the possibility to play for 4 draws in one go, in order to limit visits to a point of sale. This is in line with our advice to merchants not to let players visit the store unnecessarily often.
If you go to a point of sale with your form on which you marked 10 draws, the seller will notify you that the system accepts your game form but only for the number of draws that can be played in advance at that time.