$2.7-m Izizzi jackpot winner to make business investments
From left: Alyssa MooYoung, CEO of Izizzi Lottery; Sanique Vacianna, Izizzi Communications manager; J Sargeant, jackpot winner; and Romario Ashley, Izizzi Games ambassador, pose for the symbolic cheque handover at the Mahoe Gaming offices in St Andrew.

ELECTRICAL welder J Sargeant, who is the latest winner in the Izizzi Millions Jackpot, plans to kick-start his road to economic independence by investing in his business.

The $2,789,584 winner is the second player to win the Izizzi Millions Jackpot since the company launched the popular feature on its gaming boxes in March of this year.

The announcement was made at Mahoe Gaming's offices in St Andrew last Friday.

Sargeant, who copped the jackpot after a $3,000 investment in three rounds of Roulette, cheered, "I am extremely grateful to be the jackpot winner. I'm going to invest in my business by buying some tools and a vehicle to expand my operations." He further exclaimed, "Izizzi will turn you into a millionaire!"

Izizzi Millions is Jamaica's first and only islandwide jackpot on gaming boxes. Company officials describe it as being easy to play, giving everyone the chance to be a winner.

The jackpot starts at $1 million and keeps growing until an Izizzi player wins.

Alyssa MooYoung, CEO of Izizzi Lottery, commented "At Izizzi we're always very happy to hand over a cheque to our winners knowing that we are changing lives. We're excited for Mr Sargeant as he is now equipped with an excellent start towards taking his business further. We are always grateful to help make the financial dreams of our customers come true."

Izizzi aims to provide a boost for the Jamaican economy with investment in infrastructure, employment opportunities, and improving the livelihoods of its customers.

With its suite of easy-to-play games including Roulette, Poker, Black Jack and Greek Gods, Izizzi says it believes in the power of giving individuals that push toward financial security.

The Izizzi retailer at the Sip N Drink Bar on Molynes Road in St Andrew, where Sargeant hit the jackpot for his winning game, commented, "My customers love the Izizzi gaming boxes and I'm glad that a jackpot winner could come from my business place. It's a good look to see that people have the chance to play their favourite games and win big at the same time. I really love how simple Izizzi makes winning."

Izizzi gaming boxes are available to any registered business interested in providing more gaming entertainment for their customers.

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