Jackpot winner, overnight multi-millionaire


KUALA LUMPUR: A lucky man from Petaling Jaya experienced a life changing moment when he won over RM23mil on Sunday Magnum 4D Jackpot.

The lucky winner witnessed the Jackpot numbers he purchased drawn up via the Magnum Mobile App live draw on that day.

The lucky man played 4D Jackpot by purchasing 5 bet lines for RM10.

The winning numbers 6810 (first prize) and 1911 (second prize) which won him RM23,531,049 were inspired by random car plate numbers parked in his neighbourhood.

An avid Magnum customer for the past 30 years, he usually purchases RM20 Jackpot numbers per draw.

It was an exciting time when he came to Magnum headquarters to receive his winning cheque.

“It is unbelievable," he exclaimed.

"I felt my hands were shaking while holding my mobile phone watching the live draw.

"I literally shouted when my numbers were moved to the top three prizes. I could barely sleep the whole night realising that I’m a multi-millionaire now," he said.

When asked how he will be spending his prize money, the winner said that he will share the windfall with his family members, allocate some amount to repair his ancestors house in China as well as to donate some to charity organisations as he strongly believes in giving back to society.

Other partial winners of Magnum’s 4D Jackpot won RM4,652,529.

A Magnum representative said, “We could not be happier for our customers.

"There’s a lucky streak recently, as our Magnum Life grand prize was won on Sept 25 (winning RM1,000 every day for 20 years!), just a week after we resumed business and now the Magnum 4D Jackpot is fully won.

"We in Magnum would like to send our congratulations to the winners and hope it makes a positive difference to their lives,” the representative added.

For more information, visit www.magnum4d.my

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