A man hailing from Staffordshire has become a millionaire and all because he came up with his EuroMillions numbers by using personal birthdays. Known as just Mr. K, the man participated in the May 11th draw through the National Lottery app and became one of the eight million people who scoop up some cash prize every week via one of the National Lottery games.
Players who are lucky enough to win the jackpot are given the option of releasing their names, share partial details with the general public, or remain anonymous. The National Lottery’s Senior Winners’ Advisor, Camelot’s Andy Carter congratulated Mr. K on winning such an amazing prize. He said that it had only taken a few taps for Mr. K to become an overnight millionaire.
He said that everyone was encouraged to visit national-lottery.co.uk to check their tickets, or to download the app of the National Lottery for buying and checking their tickets in retail, as per the government guidance. According to him, playing via the app or online ensures that your ticket will be checked and an email notification will be sent if you have won a prize. The National Lottery app also provides players with the option of checking their retail tickets to see if they are a winner.
The EuroMillions Millionaire Maker promises to create millionaires via every single draw. A EuroMillions Millionaire Maker code is printed on every ticket of UK players when they play a line in the EuroMillions draw. An average amount of £30 million is raised every week by National Lottery players for good causes throughout the United Kingdom. The money is helpful in supporting everything, from making sure that the country’s athletes can compete in the Paralympic and Olympic games to local charities. Up until now, more than £42 billion has been raised via more than 625,000 individual grants.