QPR supporters will be able to win significant cash prizes at games at Loftus Road this season, as part of a new look Hoops Lottery in partnership with 5050 Central and BD Sport Group.
Launching this weekend when Rangers host Burton Albion, R’s fans will be able to buy their lottery tickets from sellers around the stadium before the game and at half-time, with proceeds going to the club’s charity QPR in the Community Trust.
The new digital raffle fundraising platform allows multiple entries with only one ticket - so for example, you can have 20 entries for £10.
By entering the Hoops Lottery you will be directly supporting QPR’s charitable arm QPR in the Community Trust to provide more opportunities for young people in the West London Community to fulfil their potential.
Results of the Hoops Lottery will be announced via the club’s social media channels during the second half of each home game and then published on its website and in the following matchday programme.
The new system QPR will be introducing is provided by 5050 Central, which digitally captures every transaction while providing updated real-time pot information on the big screen and TV’s around the stadium located throughout Loftus Road, as well as social media.
QPR will be the fifth EFL club to introduce the new system as 5050 Central expand within the United Kingdom through BD Sport Group.
Tony Warwick, BD Sport Group's Joint Managing Director, said: “5050 Central and BD Sport are proud to be providing QPR and QPR in the Community Trust with this 5050 fundraising technology that will in turn translate into increased funding to support their initiatives.”