According to Lotto Berlin, the winner of the German lottery record prize of 120 million euros has not yet announced itself. That said spokesman Thomas Dumke on Wednesday morning.
After the Eurojackpot draw on Tuesday, there was a millionaire with 120 million euros and two Berlin millionaires who each won around 1.2 million. "All three played in a classic Berlin lottery shop." So you played with a paper ticket, not online.
So far, only one big winner has not picked up his prize in Berlin, said Dumke. That was in 1991. At that time it was about 1.6 million Deutschmarks in Game 77. "This is the only major prize that was not picked up in Berlin." He is therefore hopeful that they will be able to hand over the prize this time as well.
A lottery player or a syndicate had previously cracked the €120 million jackpot, setting a record win for Germany. With the winning numbers 15 - 17 - 23 - 35 - 38 and the two Euro numbers 4 and 9, a player was correct for the first time after 16 draws without a main prize. In May, a syndicate from North Rhine-Westphalia won 110 million euros. The probability of winning the Eurojackpot is 1 in 140 million.