Super League sponsors TNM Plc on Tuesday splashed various prizes to lucky winners in Zampira Promotion.
The monthly draw saw a Zomba-based football fan William Gobede winning a motorbike.
The Nyasa Big Bullets supporter predicted correctly the result between Be Forward Wanderers and Azam Tigers which ended 1-0 in favour of Be Forward Wanderers.
“I’m very happy to win this motorbike in this promotion. This will ease transport challenges in my course of work,” said Gobede, who works a foreman.
During the fourth month, Zampira promotion registered 123 024 entries with 8 102 correct predictions, representing a 6.5 percent correct rate.
In last weekend’s prediction in games involving Be Forward Wanderers and Tigers FC and Blue Eagles vs Silver Strikers, 3 933 predictions were recorded out of which 150 were correct representing 3.8 percent.
Speaking during the promotion’s monthly draw, TNM head of marketing Sobhuza Ngwenya said TNM is back in the second round of the league with the promotion aimed at engaging soccer fans while rewarding them with different prizes.
“After successful completion of the first round and the kick- off of the second round which decides the champions, TNM would like to remind soccer fans that Zampira Promotion rolled out during the kick off of the second round and weekly, monthly prizes as well as the grand prize of K1.5 million are still up for grabs,” he said.
Ngwenya said throughout the second round, TNM will continue splashing out prizes such as airtime and motorbikes to soccer lovers.
“This is because TNM considers soccer fans as an important stakeholder in its efforts to develop football standards in Malawi. This is a continuation of our engagement with the football fan base. With only K50 per SMS, soccer fans have a chance to win K1.5 million,” he said.
To enter the promotion, fans send predictions and scores for Super League matches.
The 2018 Zampira Promotion will run from April 26 until the close of the TNM Super League season in December 2018.
In July, one fan won a ticket to Russia to watch the World Cup final between France and Croatia.
In December, another fan will win the K1.5 million grand prize.