Sportstake 10: Brothers from Bwaise win ugx 20,000,000

ITHUBA Uganda, the National Lottery operator is thrilled to announce brothers Samuel Kabuye and Kasule Edward from Bwaise, Kawempe Division as the winners of a staggering UGX 10,047,900 each, playing SPORTSTAKE 10 on June 15th, 2024.

The brothers, who purchased their tickets at the same location and time, successfully predicted the outcome of 10 football games from the midweek fixtures. Their tickets were validated as winners at the ITHUBA Uganda head office today.

Denis Onyango, 2016 African Footballer of the Year and SPORTSTAKE 10 Brand Ambassador, presented the winners with their cheques. Also present at the ceremony were Mrs. Charmaine Mabuza, CEO of ITHUBA, and Stephen Muneza, PRO of ITHUBA Uganda.

Speaking about how they will use the windfall, Samuel Kabuye said he was going to repair his commuter taxi and Kasule Edward said he had always wanted to buy a piece of land.

Expressing his excitement, Stephen Muneza, PRO of ITHUBA Uganda, said: “We are thrilled to continue the excitement of the Uganda National Lottery, offering a variety of games that provide both excitement and the opportunity to win life-changing jackpots. We are committed to ensuring a fair, transparent, and responsible gaming environment. We look forward to enriching the lives of Ugandans through these fantastic games like today’s winners Samuel and Edward from Bwaise.”

How to Play:

Participants can purchase tickets at authorized shops, visit the website, download the App, or simply dial *278#.

Important Information:

  • Must be 18 years or older to participate.
  • Play responsibly.

The Uganda National Lottery is operated by ITHUBA Uganda and regulated by the National Lotteries and Gaming Regulatory Board.

About ITHUBA Uganda:

ITHUBA Uganda is the newly appointed official operator of Uganda’s first National Lottery, authorized and regulated by the National Lotteries and Gaming Regulatory Board (NLGRB). With a 10-year license, our mission is to operate and transform the National Lottery into prosperity for Ugandans.