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The South African lottery national programme is in a healthy state and offers a full range of options, a far cry from its inception 18 years ago.
Current lottery operators Ithuba have built an impressive site to go with 13 featured win-opportunties, available online or in retails shops every day of the year.
The main draws for the lottery are on a Wednesday and Saturday night while the Powerball show takes place on a Tuesday and Friday evening.
The win amounts have steadily increased over the years and it is not uncommon to see substantial win-amounts of over R20 million on their main lotto features.
The main lottery offers three chances to change a life with a normal draw consisting of six numbers, a lotto plus 1 and a lotto plus 2. This means one R10 ticket gets the punter into all three draws.
The Powerball consists of a normal five number plus a Powerball, and a Powerball plus option, doubling the ticket chances.
Other lottery games offered on the site and at retail venues are the Raffle, Sportstake 13, Pick 3, Eaziwin and Rapido.
Sportstake 13 is a soccer jackpot pool with top prizes exceeding R300 000, for correctly predicting all 13 featured results each round. There are two tickets available each week (mid-week and weekend). There are also prizes for correctly predicting 12 out of 13, 11 and 10 in varying amounts.
The Raffle offers mini cooper cars as the main prize while the pick 3 gives away R10 000 per day.
Rapido is a game that runs every five minutes and the R750 000 earning is available every five minutes.
The Eaziwin lottery offers cash prizes of up to R100 000 via a range of 12 exciting games.
All the lottery games are available at thousands of shops nationwide while to play online simply go tohttps://wallet.nationallottery.co.za/ and create a bet-wallet. See also, Sportstake 8 tips.
The Sportstake 13 Soccer game is one of the most popular and works exactly like a soccer jackpot. Almost as popular as Tips for Matches Today. A punter must select a result from 13 fixtures by predicting a home win, draw or away win. The more surprises in a round the higher the pay-out, especially if only one punter predicts the correct results.
If more than one hits all 13, then the jackpot is split accordingly. If no player hits 13 then the ones who guess 12 will share a large pool of money. A single entry costs R2 while the more games a punter takes a double or triple chance the higher the stake. For example if the punter chooses seven outright results, three double chances and three triple chances the bet amount will be more than R1000.
The operator also offers a Propick, which is a computer generated predictor.
The mini Cooper raffle is currently closed and the winners will be announced soon. The pick 3 costs between R3, R5, R10 and R20 for one ticket, with the higher the stake meaning greater rewards.
The Eaziwin are made up of 12 scratch-cards costing R5 each, while the Rapido tickets are R3, R5, R 10, R20 and R25, with higher stakes offering bigger wins.
The site offers all relevant legislation details as well as help-lines and contact the operator numbers. The portal also gives easy to understand guides to play each game.
The ‘how to feature’ is of the highest order and betting in shops and online is convenient and easy-to-do.
The results for the various games are announced after each main draw (lottery, powerball) while the Rapido and Eaziwin are instantaneous. The sportstake 13 predictions and results are given the morning after the latest round of football action. Some midweek rounds are played just on Wednesday and may extend to Thursday with Europa League an example. The weekend fixtures are played over a Saturday and Sunday, with the last game normally a 10 pm kick-off. The results and winning amounts are then released on the following Monday morning.
The national lottery, hosted by Ithuba is the nationally recognized lottery-option in South Africa with most of the earnings going to charitable causes. The operators generally keep about 5% as operating costs and profit.
The recipients of money from the national lottery are varied and range from NGO’s to hospices.
The operator has made thousands of millionaires over the years, from the Camelot times through to current stakeholders Ithuba and shows that dreams can come true. Remember to dream and earn you have to be in it, to win it.