Emirates Draw awarded Dh 584,456 across all games, with two remarkable first-time winners stealing the spotlight. Amarjeet Singh, a car salesman from India, hit the Dh75,000 jackpot in the FAST5 game, while Mohammed Sajid Hussain, a mechanical engineer, secured Dh10,000 in MEGA7.
Education first for Mohammed Sajid Hussain
For 29-year-old Hussain, family comes first. Two years ago, he left his wife and daughter in India to work in Jubail, Saudi Arabia. Upon returning to India for his second daughter's birth, he impulsively tried Emirates Draw. Fate intervened – he registered and won Dh10,000 with MEGA7 on the same day! He only discovered his win through an email after mistakenly thinking he didn't match.
Humbled by his win, Hussain plans to invest it in his daughters' education, a crucial step towards their bright future. His story embodies Emirates Draw's mission of "For A Better Tomorrow."
"I was looking for new opportunities," he reflects. "I watched the live draw, but switched it off thinking I lost. Moments later, I received the notification – I was a raffle winner!"
With gratitude and optimism, Hussain continues playing for the chance to become a multimillionaire. But for now, his daughters' education takes priority, a commitment strengthened by the arrival of his second precious daughter.
Personalized strategy leads Amarjeet Singh to success
Charismatic car salesman Amarjeet Singh, 35, discovered Emirates Draw on social media. Drawn by a simple ad, he bought a FAST5 ticket using a personal strategy: choosing numbers close to his heart, including his birthday digits. This strategy proved golden, landing him a life-changing Dh75,000 on his first try.
Initially overwhelmed, Singh and his wife embraced the news. Now, not just a winner but an enthusiast, he encourages friends and family to join the fun. His plans include securing his daughter's future and surprising his wife.
Hussain and Singh, both Indian and driven by the same dream of their daughters' education, exemplify the true spirit of Emirates Draw.