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MBABANE – Two punters who claim to have won in the Lucky 6 game on e-Bet platform are demanding E500 000 each from the latter.

Lucky 6 is a popular dynamic and exciting live-game where 35 numbers are drawn at random from the 48 lottery balls in the lottery machine. A player has to predict six numbers that will be drawn as early as possible in the process. The main betting option in the game is a bet on six numbers (Lucky 6). Through their lawyer from Dunseith Attorneys, the duo of Mbuso Matsenjwa and Thando Zwane have since caused to be issued a demand to e-Bet (PTY) Limited.  In their demand, the punters, who both hail from Hiltop in Mbabane, alleged that on or about July 14, 2023, at 12:05pm, they purportedly played the Lucky 6 live game on a platform provided by e-Bet (PTY) Limited and the odds were E100 000 with E500 000 potential win.   


They submitted that they placed their bet and their tickets were accepted. According to the gamblers, after their tickets were accepted, the odds also remained the same. According to Matsenjwa and Zwane, all six selected numbers were allegedly drawn, which meant the intended payout of E500 000 should have been paid to each of them. They alleged that, unfortunately, one of them was awarded E5 at E5x1 odd while the other received E40 at E5x4 odds. “Our clients advised us that this is not proper as they should have received the maximum bet which was E500 000,” reads part of the letter of demand filed by the duo’s attorney. These are allegations contained in the demand filed by the punters, whose veracity is still to be tested in court and the company is yet to present its side of the story. Matsenjwa and Zwane highlighted that means to amicably resolve the issue were implemented and e-Bet allegedly promised them a fair compensation but to date, nothing had meterialised.

Their attorneys stated that the duo had instructed them to demand the sum of E500 000, which was an alleged potential win per client as per their bet, failing which, they were under strict instructions to issue summons against the company. The company’s Marketing Manager, Nobandzi Shongwe, confirmed recipient of the letter of demand from the duo’s attorney.  She said they would defend the matter through their attorney whom they had forwarded the letter of demand to. The punters are represented by Msebenzi Nhlengetfwa of Dunseith Attorneys.