Sportstake 4 is here, along with Sportstake Rugby and Sportstake Cricket. The three new games were recently released by Ithuba and are now available to play in store or online. Sportstake 4 is a game some punters may be familiar with. It’s a 4 fixtures version of Sportstake 8, where the aim of the game is to predict the outcome of the half time and full time result for a set of fixtures. Betting starts from as little as R2 per card. In this guide we’re going to run through how the game is played, according to the National Lottery site.
Tips on how to play Sportstake 4
You can play the SPORTSTAKE 4 game by predicting the first half (45 minutes) and the full time score (90 minutes) (1,X,2) of 4 predetermined fixtures drawn from various leagues and other identified professional soccer leagues across the globe.
- There will be 2 draws per week, on a Monday and Thursday.
- You can select a single outcome result for result in the first half and for the full time result.
- A valid wager must consist of at least one selection per game per half.
- A minimum price per wager is R2.00 and maximum spend per transaction is R2,000.00.
- SPORTSTAKE 4 results are considered as the score at the end of the first 45 minute half and full time score, including the referee’s added time but excludes extra-time or penalty shootouts.
- You can also download and play on our National Lottery Mobile App.
More on Sportstake 4
The National Lottery game in which the participant correctly predicts both first half and second half outcomes of several football matches. In particular, participants will have to predict the outcomes (1, X, 2) for each half of four predetermined matches drawn from South African, UK, Spain, Germany, France, Italy and any other International professional
soccer fixtures, as ITHUBA may identify from time to time.
The cost of each Entry /board will be R2.00. The maximum price for a wager will be limited to R2,000.00 per participant per day. Teams included in each of the fixtures are listed in the order of “Home Team” versus “Visiting Team”. As such, the team mentioned first will always be the Home Team. Where a fixture is played at a neutral venue for whatever reason, the Home Team will be the team mentioned first on the fixture List.
A board is a grid of four fixture result predictions denoted as ; [X];  for each of the two halves in a football game where:
• 1 = Home Win
• X = Draw
• 2 = Away Win
Sportstake 4 Tips and Predictions
You can view the latest fixtures and predictions on BSB, who post regular Sportstake 4 Tips.