Three New Sportstake Games Are Launched
Last Updated: Tuesday, 14 December 2021, 10:07am
Sportstake fans now have even more choice over how to play after three new National Lottery games were introduced. Sportstake 4, Sportstake Cricket and Sportstake Rugby are all now up and running, offering great prizes if you can correctly predict the outcome of sporting fixtures.
Sportstake games offer an alternative to traditional lottery draws, where you predict what will happen in a sporting occasion rather than select a set of numbers. Players have previously been able to enjoy Sportstake 8 and Sportstake 13, and a range of new games are now available.
In Sportstake 4, a fixture list of four soccer matches is released and it is your task to select both the half-time result and the full-time result. Indicate whether you think it will be a home win, draw or away win at both half-time and full-time, so there are eight selections to make in total.
You need to get all eight predictions correct to win the jackpot, but you also win if you match six or seven of your selections. There are two opportunities to play every week.
Sportstake Rugby requires you to predict the outcome of 10 rugby fixtures from around the world. A new fixture list is released once a week and you win prizes if you match at least seven out of 10.
Sportstake Cricket works in the same way as the rugby game but with one added feature. As well as predicting the outcome of 10 cricket fixtures, you can also predict who will win the coin toss in each match. Go to the Sportstake Cricket page for more information.
All three games are available online only, so you won’t find them in National Lottery retailers. You can win thousands of rand if you match all your predictions, with the jackpot increasing from one draw to the next if there are no winners.
Go to the Results page to see the latest scores and payouts from each game. You can also find upcoming fixtures, user-generated predictions, FAQs and much more information in the relevant game sections.
Written by Lewis Rutledge