Even after the COVID19 pandemic has taken the world by a storm, enthusiasm over the Shillong Teer results have not affected.
The unique game of Shillong Teer is played from Monday to Saturday. It is an archery-based lottery game, organized by the Khasi Hills Archery Sports Association.
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There are about 12 archery clubs that are a part of the association which organizes the Shillong Teer. The first-round number of Shillong Teer result is announced at 3:45 pm.
The second-round number of Shillong Teer result is announced at 4:45 pm.
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Shillong Teer Results can be checked at: https://www.meghalayateer.com/
People buy Shillong Teer tickets from Re 1 up to Rs 100. The state has more than 5,000 Shillong Teer counters across the 11 districts.
Every day, tickets for first round of Shillong Teer are sold from 10:00 am to 3:30 pm. and for second round of Shillong Teer, tickets are sold till 4.30 pm.
At 3:30 pm, the archery session begins at Polo Ground in Shillong. There is no game of Shillong Teer on Sundays.
Shillong Teer is a legal game in Meghalaya and is governed by rules framed under the Meghalaya Amusement and Betting Tax Act.
The game is simple. One has to select the last two digits of the total number of arrows that hit the target. Whoever gets the number right, is the winner of Shillong Teer.
It takes place in two rounds. First-round is at 3:45 pm and the second-round at 4:45 pm. In the first round, 50 archers shoot 30 arrows. In the second one, 20 arrows are shot.
In addition to Shillong Teer, the game is played at three different places —Khanapara Teer, Jowai Teer and Ladrymbai Teer.
Due to COVID19 pandemic, the organizers of Shillong Teer result have started livestreaming on Facebook to avoid crowding.
Philip Gean Khongsngi, president of Khasi Hills Archery Sports Institute (KHASI), which regulates Shillong Teer in Meghalaya said they are now maintaining social distancing in the game.
The Shillong Teer result is based on the number of arrows hitting the targets. The archers are now positioned five feet from each and wearing masks is also mandatory.
The organizers of the Shillong Teer also decided to reduce the number of archers from 50 to 30 to ensure physical distancing in the shooting arena.
On normal occasions, apart from archers and bookies, 200-300 assemble in the shooting arena at the Polo Grounds in Shillong.