A player in Switzerland won the bulk of Friday’s Euromillions draw, announces Loterie Romande. He pocketed the tidy sum of 230.223 million francs, the biggest win on Swiss soil since the creation of the game in 2004.
To win, you had to tick the 6, 12, 22, 29 and 33, as well as the stars 6 and 11. The lucky winner, who is the only one to have found the right combination, has 6 months to withdraw his prize. . The winning bet was placed in German-speaking Switzerland, Ticino, or Liechtenstein, Swisslos said on Saturday. The German-speaking lottery does not provide more detailed information for the purpose of protection of the personality.
The previous record won in Switzerland at the Euromillions was 183.9 million francs in October 2018. The Euromillions is offered in nine countries: in France, in Spain, in the United Kingdom, in Luxembourg, in Belgium, in Switzerland , Portugal, Ireland and Austria.