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Playing the Palm Fortunes game can be a fun and exciting form of entertainment and doing so responsibly can help ensure that Palm Fortunes remain just game.
How to Play
Get the app
Download the app from the apple and google play store.
Sign up for free
Sign up with your Ghana phone number.
1. Select Six (6) numbers from 1-49 for a game or use the Quick Pick (QP) button for a random pick.
2. Indicate the number of games. You can play as many as you want at, GHS 2.00 per game.
3. Choose the Mobile money payment company you prefer, and pay for the game(s).
4. An email will be sent for confirmation.
About Palm Fortunes Game
The Palm Fortunes game was created in 2020 as a third-party partner with the National Lottery Authority (NLA), using the mobile digital application platform. Our objective is to help players help themselves through funding of the game, and to entertain millions. The NLA is the sole overseer of the operation of the game.
Playing the Palm Fortunes game can be a fun and exciting form of entertainment and doing so responsibly can help ensure that Palm Fortunes remain just games. Here are some tips to help you become a low-risk player:
Remember that Lottery games, and other types of gambling activities, are for entertainment only, and not ways to make money;
Set time and money limits when playing; Decide on a loss limit prior to buying a game ticket and stick to it;
Never borrow money to play; Remember there is no special method or ability that makes you have an advantage with games of chance, such as the Palm Fortunes;
Pay bills before playing and never play with money for everyday expenses;
Protect Yourself from Scams
Tips To Avoid Scams:
Reject telephone, mail or Internet offers to buy a ticket or chance in another Region.
Never give your mobile number over the phone to purchase a game ticket.
Be very skeptical of “urgent” solicitations that require an immediate response.
It’s a common tactic used in scams that gives you little time to check out the offer.
Don’t believe it if you’re told or read that you are “Already a Winner!”
The same notice often directs you to send money to a fraudulent operation.