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What is RandomPicker.com: RandomPicker is an independent system that helps organizers conduct drawings from a random basis. It is used to pick winners of sweepstakes, raffles or other competitions. It also includes a module for sport drawings.
How it works: RandomPicker.com generates a unique random number for each entry and assigns prize(s) during the random sorting.

How to check the draw has been conducted correctly, and without bias?
  • Check the number of entries involved in the drawing and winner(s).
  • Check the anonymized list of entries, look for suspicious duplicates or extreme weights of specific entries. Duplicities can happen if they are allowed by the competition rules.
  • Check previous projects done by the same organizer. Several recent deleted draws with the same name can be also suspicious. Note that test draws are quite common as organizers want to learn how RandomPicker works.
  • Check whether you were involved in the draw using the full-text search. Sometimes organizers import emails, IDs, or other identifiers instead of names. Look at the table of winners to learn what kind of identification is used. The organizer should provide you with your identifier so you can check your participation.
 

Project name: Crypto-Games.net DogeCoin Lottery round 116


Organizer: CryptoGames; CryptoGames; CryptoGames; Deutschland
Draw date: 1/15/2018 8:41:45 AM (GMT+01:00) Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna
Terms and conditions:
Conditions and terms are published on Crypto-Games.net
Prize(s):
OrderNumberPrize
1 prize 1x80%
2 prize 1x15%
3 prize 1x6%

Total number of entries: 10490 (list entries)
Chance of winning: All entries had an equal change of winning

Winner list

RandomPicker drew the following people:
Winner IDPrizeImageWeight
6651 80%
   
1
4961 15%
   
1
1908 6%
   
1
You are not sure if you were involved in the draw?

You can check your participation by entering your identification into the search field below. Please note that it is not necessary to include any personal information in RandomPicker when a project owner imports participants. You need to know how to identify yourself, e.g. id number, password, handle. Look at the table of winners above, there is an ID column - you need to know the same type of identifier. If you do not know it ask the owner of the project.