The South African national lottery has grown tremendously over the years, and now boasts seven different games bringing with them and substantial win opportunities.
The lottery portfolio has been expanding and alongside traditional staples like the lottery, Powerball, football jackpots (super 8 and super 13), daily lotto and raffle there is a new product called Eaziwin.
Like all the other games, Eaziwin can be played at major retail shops and online, and there is a video tutorial on the main landing page – https://www.nationallottery.co.za/about/how-to-eaziwin
The 54 second video tutorial walks a punter through the simple process, and the ease-of-use of lottery games makes them perfect for users on the web and through mobile phone devices.Within the Eaziwin spectre there are a range of gameplays available including popa feela plus, candy cash, howzat, tribe warrior, money bee, treasure hunt, soccer league, tic tac toe, lucky jersey and hava break. Minimum bets start at R3, with chances to win millions, while there is also a R100 000 instant scratch card option. There are options to bet R5 and R10 (depending on the game).
The game is based on a scratch card basis with players needing to match three symbols out of six options.
The maximum amount that will appear in the punter’s bet e-wallet account is anything under 50 000, while higher amounts can be cashed in at a local national lottery office, situated in all major cities, towns and districts.
The jackpot pay-outs for a full win range from R45 000 to R200 000 (dependant on game and stake amount). The highest paying games on Eaziwin are treasure hunt, tic tac toe, lucky jersey and have a break.
The maximum pay-outs for the other games start at 45 k and are set at a limit of 75k.
Punters must remember all these games are online, and can be played on web, mobi or on the national lottery app.
Players can partake after signing on the national lottery site (nationallottery.co.za) or on the app (android or IOS).
The gameplay is simple-to-use, and once signed in a punter can click on the game, stake an amount (between R3, R5 and R10) and press play.
The results are instant, and if not over R50k will be sent to the player’s e-wallet.
The games can be found on the site’s main landing page, running down the left-hand flank, or by clicking on the menu (horizontal) with the link ‘how to’.
A punter must enter a mobile number and pin to sign-up and sign-in.
The nationallottery.co.za site is easy to navigate and the Eaziwin games are just that, easy to play and wins aplenty.
Each of the games have their own rules and regulations, but are very similar in terms and conditions, but a quick check when clicking on each game for first time players is advised.
The lotto, Powerball and football jackpots are accumulators, and can grow each draw, while the daily lotto maximum is set at R400 000. Eaziwin games are also set to a maximum, but the beauty is there is no shared prize, what you win is what you get.
The Eaziwin games are slick, well-presented and with multiple draws per hour, provide entertainment and win chances with a low stake.
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