The Khasi Hills Archery Sports Association has declared the winning numbers for the Shillong Morning Teer matches on Monday, November 8. The lucky number for the first round of the Shillong Morning Teer game is 93, and for the second round it is 54.
The country’s only archery-based legal betting lottery game, known as Shillong Teer, will be played in the capital Meghalaya on Monday. Shillong Teer is played Monday through Saturday and features 12 archery clubs at the city’s Polo Ground. 50 archers from the Khasi Hills Archery Sports Association showcase their archery skills and also decide the fate of several lottery participants who bet on the outcome of the match.
The result of Monday’s archery match can be viewed on the official website: www.meghalalayateer.com.
For Monday’s match, the Shillong Teer Dream numbers will be revealed in two parts as the archery match is played in two rounds. The archers will give their first performance of the day at 3:45 p.m., where each of the 50 archers will shoot 30 arrows each at the target.
The results of the first round of Monday’s Shillong Teer will be announced at 4:15 p.m. The archers team will begin their second performance at 4:45 p.m., the results of which will be published at 5:15 p.m. on the official website. The second round allows 50 archers to shoot 20 arrows each at the target.
Participants of Monday’s Shillong Teer whose bets are made in the game will receive exciting cash prizes. Participants who correctly predict the number of arrows hitting the target or the Teer Dream number in the first round receive Rs 80 for each Re 1 ticket.
In the second round, the winning amount is reduced by Rs 20 and the winners will receive Rs 60 for every Rs 1 bet placed.
If you want to participate in the next Shillong Teer games, you can place your bets on the archery game and purchase the tickets from any state authorized ticket booking kiosk available in the eleven districts. from Meghalaya.
The ticket offices are open Monday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Participants should note that they will be asked to choose a number from 0 to 99 which represents the number of arrows that can hit the target during the archery match.