Duo wins Sh10 million each on Mozzart Daily Jackpot

By K24Tv Team On Wed, 19 Aug, 2020 14:51 | < 1 min read
The two winners of the Sh10,000 Mozzartbet Daily Jackpot. PHOTO | COURTESY

Two men were paid out Sh10 million each from the Mozzart daily jackpot on the same day.

Mr. Mwaniki Joseph, a farmer from Embu County, and another one, Rono Benjamin from the vast county of Uasin Gishu correctly predicted the same 13 Mozzart Daily Jackpot games on the same day and were each paid out 10 Million Shs instantly.

Both Rono and Mwaniki placed their bets with Sh50 as the fixed stake hoping to hit the Sh10,000,000 Jackpot offered on www.mozzartbet.co.ke every day.

“Mozzart Daily Jackpot is the best and very unique. It is only on Mozzart Bet that Jackpot winnings and bonuses are not shared. If it was in another site, we could have shared the 10 Million Shs the two of us.” – Mwaniki had to say.

The Mozzart Daily Jackpot bonuses are not divided among bonus winners, if there is for example more than one ticket with 12 Correct predictions, each ticket will be paid out the bonus sum of Ksh 100,000. This has been the key attraction to most Jackpot enthusiasts.


  • 12 correct predictions – 100,000 Ksh
  • 11 correct predictions – 10,000 Ksh
  • 10 correct predictions – 1,000 Ksh
  • 9 correct predictions – 500 Ksh
  • 8 correct predictions – 50 Ksh
  • 0 (all missed) – 1,000 Ksh

When asked what his plans are with the big win, Benjamin said; “I still don’t know, I will sit down with my wife and we can look at where to invest.”

Mozzart Bet has now paid out 4 Jackpot winners in just two weeks, and this is the first time Mozzart has paid out 10 Million Shs to two winners on the same Jackpot day.

Have a look at their bet Slips here.

Mwaniki’s Bet slip 1 – https://www.mozzartbet.co.ke/en#/ticket-status/2999-8938151-1840

Rono’s Bet slip 1 – https://www.mozzartbet.co.ke/en#/ticket-status/2999-6761168-1840

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