Hong Kong lottery, also known as Mark Six, is a game that requires players to select a combination of numbers from one through 49. It is a public lottery run by the Hong Kong Jockey Club (HKJC). Founded in 1884, it is now one of the largest horse racing organizations in the world. It is a significant contributor to the city’s economy, contributing over HK$10 BILLION annually, including a scholarship scheme that sends 27 students to complete 3 year degree courses and three to complete 4 year degrees each year.
The HKJC’s primary business is horse racing and it accounts for a large proportion of Hong Kong’s taxes, making it the single largest tax payer in the city. It is also one of the most generous donors to charities and community projects. Its contributions are focused on the development of sports, healthy living, jobs and employment, opportunities, the cultivation of culture and arts, as well as helping and volunteering.
Free flights to Hong Kong will be offered this year as a tourism incentive, and travelers can enter the flight ticket giveaway from March 1 to July 1. The tickets will be allocated in waves, with registration opening on March 1 for people traveling from Southeast Asia, April 1 for those in mainland China, and May 1 for residents around the world.
The XOTTO lottery uses blockchain technology to record and verify results in real time. The platform allows participants to choose the numbers they wish to play, and will automatically calculate the odds for each selection and display them on the screen. Unlike many other online lotteries, XOTTO is transparent and fair from both the player and developer perspectives.