Lottery issued 5678910 was questioned with insider information

5/6/2021 9:53:52 AM

    In December 2020, the South African PowerBall lottery issued six consecutive numbers of 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10, and finally 20 people divided up 114 million rand (about 50 million yuan). Because this set of numbers is so rare, many netizens said that there must be inside stories. In this regard, the regulator, the South African National Lottery Commission (NLC), stated that the lottery operator's draw process is transparent and there is no problem.

    According to South African media reports, the winning numbers for the first prize this time are 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10. A total of 20 people won the first prize and each won 5.7 million rand (approximately RMB 2.5 million). The total prize money is A bonus of R114 million 

    These numbers caused a sensation on social media, and the result of this draw was also questioned. Lottery operators say that such numbers are very common. The South African National Lottery Commission (NLC), the regulator, told the media that everything was normal for the draw on December 1.

    The South African National Lottery Commission said that they have received reports from the lottery operators, from the design of the lottery number to the implementation of the process has been rigorously tested and reviewed. The whole process of the lottery is very clear and transparent, without any problems.

    The South African National Lottery Commission stated that lottery operators are responsible for the results of the lottery, and the commission will send people to participate. Its responsibilities include ensuring that the correct number generator is used and the correct results are issued. They said: "The committee is committed to ensuring that lottery draws are conducted in an appropriate manner and fully protecting the interests of participants."

    However, many South Africans still do not believe that some players have asked for a survey of the winners in order to understand who has benefited from it.