The latest Greece Powerball Results are out of the draw on Sunday 7 November 2021.
The Greece Powerball results on Sunday 7 November 2021 are as follows:
1 3 5 7 11 Powerball : 18
The Greece Powerball, which is called Joker too, draws three times a week on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays at 22:00 Eastern European Time(EET). Ticket sales close at 21:30 EET. Check here that how to play and enhance the winning chances of your selected numbers. You can view the updated results of draws here.
The Greek Organization of Football Prognostics S.A revealed that the jackpot for the Joker game, or Powerball in Greece, for Thursday, 18 March 2021, was 1,900.000 euros (just over R33 465 035,29).
A review of the current draw and the jackpot history
There was a jackpot winner for the Greece Powerball on 14 February 2021 last time. It is estimated that this lucky winner has won an amount of approximately R30 million, which equates to an amount of €17 million.
Greece Powerball Results Trivia
One of the lowest jackpot amounts for 2021 is the €1.900.000 jackpot on 18 March 2021 (roughly R33 465 035,29). Before January 2021, the Greece Powerball jackpot had amounted to almost R172.9 million (around €9.2 million).
How to Play Greece Powerball?
- Explore any of online Greece Powerball ticket seller.
- Choose the numbers which you think that might be win. Pick 5 numbers from 1 to 45 & 1 number from 1 to 20.
- It’s up to you that how many boards you would like to play.
- Put draw once or multiple as per your interest and experience.
- Confirm your choice and check out for your entries by paying.
It is must to sign up, and set up your online profile to take part in this game. Surely save your username and password to access your account for future. Moreover, it is restricted to under 18 years’ age. An email notification will be sent to winner. So don’t worry about the missing out any prizes if you won.
Chances of Winning & Prizes
You can win the Greece Powerball prize by comparing the selected numbers of your choice with the official winning numbers. It is compulsory to exactly match the six numbers to win the jackpot. The prize has eight parts and you can get the prize even if it only corresponds to one main number with an extra number.
Most Greek Powerball prizes are fixed, but the first two games based on pari-mutual basis. This means that a share of the proceeds from the sale of tickets will be divided into these two categories and this money will be divided equally among the winners. If there is no winner in any of the categories, the prize pool will be moved to the next draw. The jackpot starts at 600,000 euros and can still be played in millions of euros.
It is expected that 18.49% of ticket proceeds will have to be paid at all fixed prices in the lower six divisions, however this amount can rarely be lower or higher depending on the total number of winners.
Lottery prizes over € 100 are taxed at the rate of 15%, which rises to 20% for any amount over € 500, in Greece. You may subject to price tax too, if you play Greece Powerball from South Africa.