Five pocket K400 million in Premier Bet's Online Aviator game bet
Five people have pocketed K400 million after playing Premier Bet's Online Aviator game, which was launched last November. Three people won K100 million each, while two others won K50 million each.
Malawi: Five people have pocketed K400 million after playing Premier Bet's Online Aviator game, which was launched last November. Three people won K100 million each, while two others won K50 million each.
Lydia Chimpango, a designer from Thyolo, won K50 million after placing a K50 stake, Donnex Patrick Chandiloza, who owns a phone accessories and repair business from Lilongwe, placed a K200 stake and walked away with K100 million.
Andrew Simeon Kanyenda, a farmer from Lilongwe, and Pyola Harawa, a welder, also won K100 million after placing a K2,000 and a K100 stake, respectively, and Rowell Donda from Mwanza won K46 million after placing a K3,000 stake.
Donnex, who spoke on behalf of the winners at the unveiling ceremony on Thursday, July 14, 2022, in Blantyre, said this is an opportunity to grow his business because he will use some of the money to increase his capital.
Customers should play as many times as they can, according to Premier Bet's country Commercial Manager Nawar Jarakji, to increase their chances of winning.
Mirriam Kumbuyo, the Licensing Manager and spokesperson for the National Lotteries Board, confirmed the game's legitimacy, saying there is no need to question its legitimacy because they conduct thorough investigations before issuing licenses and that it is a lottery for one to win, which happens by chance.
Customers who win the Aviator game must play their online game on the premier bet website, which allows them to choose their own stake amount and the multiplier increases when the plane takes off. He went on to say that the players also decide when to cash out before the plane takes off, which encourages players to keep playing to increase their chances of winning.