Premier Bet has produced another millionaire in Lilongwe after a K30 million winning in online Aviator.
The 34 year old, Clifford Changadeya won the after placing what he said was his last stake.
Speaking on what he plans to do with his newly-found wealth, Changadeya, an IT businessman said he will use the money to boost his business.
Changadeya went on to call on fellow Aviator players in Malawi to exercise responsible gambling.
"I had some good money as my stake and this was part of my last MK10,000 which was left and I spilt it in two and I cashed on the other K5,000 to remain with K4,800 which made me win this money.
He said he will keep playing and will invest more in his business of computer accessories and play stations.
Lilongwe Premier Bet Commercial Manager, Trevor Whitaker said he was happy to see his company help change people's lives financially.
"To have someone win K30 million just before Christmas is quite good news and we hope to continue seeing more," Whitaker said.
Changadeya hails from T/A Mponda Village Headman Mponda in Mangochi but stays in Chinsapo in Lilongwe.