Sportstake 8 South Africa

What Is Sportstake 8 And How Does it Work in South Africa?

Share this...

Sportstake 8 is a soccer betting game run by the South Africa National Lottery operator, Ithuba National Lottery. The aim of Sportstake 8 predictions game is to predict the outcome of each 8 predetermined soccer fixtures in order to win money from a prize pool. Predict all 8 and you win the top prize. In this article, you will learn about what is Sportstake 8, how to play it, tips and predictions.

ALSO READ: What is Soccer 13 And How to Play it in South Africa?

What is Sportstake 8?

Sportstake 8 is a soccer betting game run by the South Africa National Lottery operator, Ithuba National Lottery. The aim of Sportstake 8 is to predict as many results as possible.

How to Play Sportstake 8 in South Africa?

You can play Sportstake 8 in South Africa online or offline via a participating store. Complete the entry form and submit your Sportstake 8 predictions.

Here’s how to play Sportstake 8 offline:

  • Buy the Sportstake fixture
  • Mark your Sportstake 8 predictions in the applicable tick box for each relevant fixture with a black pen or pencil. To play Sportstake 8, choose your prediction for each fixture by marking: 1 – for a home win; x – for a draw, and 2 – for away win.
  • When you’ve completed your entry form, hand your bet slip to a teller at any approved participating retail store and make the payment.
  • You will receive a receipt with all your chosen Sportstake 8 predictions.
  • Write your name at the back of your bet slip and keep it safe.

How to Win Sportstake 8 in South Africa

According to za.national-lottery.com, You win Sportstake 8 prizes by correctly predicting the first-half and second-half outcomes of the eight fixtures. Remember that the result of the overall match does not matter in Sportstake 8, only what happens in each half.

Sportstake 8 Results South Africa

The Sportstake 8 results in South Africa are published on the official Ithuba National Lottery website, at lottery retailers or through social media. Prize draws take place on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Mondays – the day after the final fixtures on the list have taken place.

Image Courtesy: www.nationallottery.co.za

Share this...