Mark Six is a traditional lottery game operated by the Hong Kong Jockey Club and it offers a starting jackpot of HK$8 million. The first prize is not capped, so it rolls over and increases until it is won. Draws take place at 21:30 HKT every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, unless a race meet is scheduled to take place on the Saturday. In these instances, the weekend draw is moved to the Sunday.
Tickets cost HK$10 for a full bet, and you can also play a Partial Unit Investment (PUI) of HK$5. If you play a PUI, all prizes are scaled accordingly, so you can only win 50% of each advertised prize amount. The cut-off time for ticket sales is 21:15 HKT on the day of each draw, with sales reopening shortly after the draw has taken place.
Below are the results from the latest Mark Six draw. Select one of the options below to see more information about the draw, view all the latest results, or see recent winning numbers plotted on the Mark Six chart.
To play Mark Six, pick up a playslip from a Hong Kong Jockey Club racecourse or an off-course betting branch, or enter online. Choose six numbers between 1 and 49 and select how many draws you would like to enter. You can also choose from different types of bets when playing at a racecourse or betting branch. Find out more on the How to Play page.More Info
See what your chances of winning are on the Mark Six Odds page, from the overall odds of winning a prize in any division, to the chances of landing the jackpot. You’ll also find a detailed table showing how your odds change when you play multiple or banker entries.More Info
Generate a set of random numbers to use in upcoming draws. It’s just like buying a quick pick, except that you’re not stuck with the first line you’re given; you can keep generating new numbers until you have some you want to play.More Info
Make sure you familiarise yourself with the rules of Mark Six before you start playing, to avoid problems in the event that you need to claim a prize. You can find a detailed set of rules here.More Info
Want to know how much you can win when playing Mark Six? Find out about all the prizes available and how to get your hands on the jackpot, which starts at HK$8 million and can quickly rise to sums in the tens of millions of dollars.More Info
View all the numbers and trends that matter on the Statistics page. See the most frequently drawn numbers, pairs and triplets, as well as those that are most overdue.More Info
Snowball Draws take place at certain points throughout the year to celebrate holidays and special events, and they offer much larger prizes than normal draws. Find out exactly how Snowball draws work and what you need to do to enter.More Info
You can play Mark Six at the Happy Valley and Sha Tin racecourses or at over 100 off-course betting branches located throughout Hong Kong. Find out where you can play using our Branch Locator.More Info
Hong Kong Jockey Club operates on a not-for-profit basis and returns all of its operating surplus back to society. Find out exactly where the money from every Mark Six ticket sale goes.More Info
The Lotteries Fund provides financial support to charitable causes and organisations within the welfare sector in Hong Kong, such as those engaged in elderly services, social support, family welfare, and services for young people.More Info
Use our Ticket Checker to instantly see if you have a winning line. Simply enter your numbers and they will be compared against the Mark Six results from the past 60 days to find out if you’ve won a prize.More Info
All of the winning numbers from recent Mark Six draws are plotted on this chart, making it easy to spot patterns and trends in the results. View data for up to 100 draws to help you determine which numbers you might want to pick in upcoming games.More Info
About Hong Kong Jockey Club
Hong Kong Jockey Club is a horse racing club, lottery provider and sports betting operator that was founded in 1884. The club operates on a not-for-profit basis and returns approximately 80% of its revenue to Hong Kong in the form of government duties, taxes and charitable donations. It is one of Hong Kong’s largest single taxpayers, contributing around 6.5% of the territory’s federal taxes.
Hong Kong Jockey Club has offered the Mark Six lottery for over forty years, with the first draw taking place on 5th September 1975. The club now has over 100 off-course betting locations, in addition to its racecourses in Happy Valley and Sha Tin. Read more about Hong Kong Jockey Club here.