Paid Daily lucky draw game
Hongkong Pools is a paid daily lucky draw game that you can play online. There’s also a mobile app for Android devices available for download in the Google Play Store, and a website version compatible with Chrome, Firefox and Safari. The application is developed by its namesake Hongkong Pools. It first launched in 2000 and has since grown to become one of the most popular daily lucky draw games globally.
It operates under strict government regulations and has accredited international partners who offer Hongkong Lottery games to users worldwide. It has a 6/10 draw and a 4/10 draw, meaning numbers 0 to 9 can appear on the 4 or 6 places available in each daily draw. An alternative app you can try is SG TOTO 4D.
VIP services and players club
Hongkong Pools’ Players Club is second to none. What sets this lottery game apart from the multitude of other draws available is its top-notch customer care team, who will assist you on a 24/7 basis. Regular players are afforded dedicated hosts who dish out great comps and bonuses occasionally.
There are times when you wake up feeling lucky. Now, you can turn those gut feelings into a real cash prize with Hongkong Pools’ draw, which takes place every day at 11:30 PM (GMT+8) local time in Hong Kong.
The interface is simple and easy to understand to both expert and novice players. You can check the last seven days’ results and decide which numbers are on a hot streak and the so-called ‘cold’ unlucky numbers to avoid.
Win playing Hongkong Pools
You can play Hongkong Pools’ lucky numbers game on most reputable online casinos, accessible via clicking on the ads on websites and apps, and physical bookmaker shops that offer it. There are two versions of the daily lucky numbers game: 4/10 and 6/10. The 4/10 game is available to download on Google Play for Android devices.
These lucky numbers draw offers cash prizes to the top three places. There are also four lower payout starter prizes and eight consolation prizes depending on your number of correct guesses of the ball placements in the actual draw.