120 million you have to process it first or even notice it!
The Berliner who hit the Eurojackpot on Tuesday night has not yet announced. This was said by press representative Thomas Dumke on Wednesday morning. There is one millionaire with 120 million euros and two Berlin millionaires who won about 1.2 million.
“All three played in a classic Berlin lottery shop.” So they played with a paper ticket instead of online.
The current record winner’s €20.50 note was handed in anonymously at a collection point in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf district on Tuesday, just before the deadline.
What if you win big in the lottery?
What does he recommend with such a high profit? Dumke advises secrecy. “Really, you should calm down first. You shouldn’t let yourself be pushed either.” You can claim your prize now, and then you’ll have three years.
Only one in Berlin so far The Great Conqueror didn’t take back his winnings, Dumke said. It was in 1991. At that time, 77 games had about 1.6 million Deutsche Marks.
“It’s the only big prize that hasn’t been claimed in Berlin.” So he hopes they can deliver the prize again this time.
What would you do with that much money?
After hearing about the million dollar amount, some people may start thinking: what would you do with that much money?
Lotto Berlin’s Board of Directors Hansjörg Höltkemeier has also requested that such a prize be treated with the utmost confidentiality and that immediate family members be notified if necessary.
“Under no circumstances should the winner publicly announce or celebrate such a win,” Höltkemeier was quoted as saying in the report.
A lottery player or syndicate had earlier hit the €120 million jackpot, setting a record German win. Winning numbers 15 – 17 – 23 – 35 – 38 and two Euro numbers 4 and 9, the player was right for the first time after 16 draws without the main prize.
In May, a syndicate from North Rhine-Westphalia won 110 million. The odds of winning the Eurojackpot are 1 in 140 million.