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List Of Games And Rules


How to play:

1.    First you need to choose which type of scratch card game you want to play from the list on the Home Page of the ScratchOnNet website. You will see list of games organized either alphabetically, according to the level of prize money available or according to your winning chance. You can also choose the most popular game, the one with the highest chance of winning and the one with the biggest jackpot.
2.    Once you have chosen your scratch card game, you need to scratch off the covers, either by using the coin that automatically appears when you move the mouse over the images on the card or by clicking the blue circle saying Scratch All that appears at the bottom right hand corner of the card, which will uncover all the images underneath at once.
3.    You can try out the scratch card games for free by clicking the box saying Try out the game for free. This allows you to experience the games but you will not be eligible to win any prize money using this method.

To see the list of games click here

There are 3 types of games offered on the ScratchOnNet website.

1.    X-match

In this type of scratch card series, you have to scratch off the covers on the scratch card. Depending on the type of series, you have to get X identical images in order to win a prize. The amount of prize money you have won will be noted underneath the image at the bottom of the scratch card.

To see a list of all games in the X-match series click here.

2.    Black Jack

In this type of scratch card series, you have to scratch off the covers on the playing cards. Just like in the regular card game Black Jack, if your two cards add up to a higher number than the Dealer's two playing cards on the scratch card, you are eligible for a prize, the amount of which will appear on the scratch card.

The playing cards have the following values:

Cards from 2-10 are worth the same value as the card. (ie. The 2 of hearts is worth 2 points)
The Royal Cards (Jack, Queen and King) are each worth 10 points
The Ace Card is worth 11 points.


To see a list of all games in the Black Jack series click here.

3.    Compare

In this type of scratch card series, you have to scratch off the covers of the boxes on the card. The boxes can contain values such as basketball or football game results. If the value you have uncovered is greater than the value of your opponent’s box, then you will win a prize, the value of which will appear at the bottom of the card.

To see a list of all games in the Compare series click here.

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