Entrepreneur Wins N1m in TYLgames Maiden Draw

TYLgames Maiden Draw

By Modupe Gbadeyanka

An entrepreneur based in Lagos, Mr Emmanuel Umoga, has won N1 million in the inaugural draw of a new lottery platform, TYLgames.

At the ceremony held in Surulere, Lagos over the weekend, Mr Umoga, who could not hide his excitement, advised Nigerians to play the game because they could be next millionaire.

“I saw the game online and I played. I played only once and my number was picked. It is very refreshing to know that game like this exists in Nigeria. I want to encourage Nigerians to play this game because it is valid,” he said.

Apart from him, other lucky winners emerged at the event witnessed by several other persons, including the Deputy Director/Coordinator National Lottery Regulatory Commission, Lagos Zonal Office, Mrs Onuzulu Priscilla Nkiru, who ascertained that TYLgames is approved and that Humber Group has been doing the right thing from day one. She encouraged gamers to shout out if there is any reneging on promises made.

It was gathered that 29 other gamers were presented with their winning cheques ranging from N10,000 to N500,000.

The Managing Director of Humber Group, owners of TYLgames, Mr Andrew Humber-Osofisan, while speaking, described TYLgames is an innovative luxury product that is designed to positively touch gamers’ lives in real-time.

According to him, “You can change your life with N100.

“Currently, there are two games available to choose from, SHOKI and SHAFFLE.

“SHOKI is an instant number game while SHAFFLE is a daily raffle game. Every time you dial *33088#, you win a SHAFFLE ticket that qualifies you for a draw that will be done every night, making you stand to win up to N1 million. Every successful play is charged N100.”

Modupe Gbadeyanka is a fast-rising journalist with Business Post Nigeria. Her passion for journalism is amazing. She is willing to learn more with a view to becoming one of the best pen-pushers in Nigeria. Her role models are the duo of CNN's Richard Quest and Christiane Amanpour.

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