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PCSO launches Lotto 6/58 game

The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) opens the year with a new Lotto game that offers the highest minimum jackpot prizes among its games.

Approved in concept in 2013, the new Ultra Lotto 6/58 will be more exciting and provide players with chances to win much higher jackpot prizes.

The game’s minimum jackpot is P50 million. For consolation prizes, second prize (5 out of 6 winning numbers) can go as high as P280,000. Third prize (4 out of 6) might reach P3,800. Fourth prize (3 out of 6) is P20.

The mechanics of Ultra Lotto 6/58 are similar to those of other Lotto games. A player selects six numbers from 1 to 58 for only P20 per combination.

The first selling day for Ultra Lotto 6/58 is on February 7, and the first draw date is February 8. There will be two draws every week, on Friday and Sunday. The draws will be televised, like the other Lotto games, live over the People’s Television channel.

The last time the PCSO rolled out a new Lotto game was four years ago. We anticipate that this new game will refresh the Lotto lineup and raise more funds for the PCSO’s core service programs related to medical- and healthcare-related assistance.

The PCSO now serves you in 43 branches nationwide through its social service programs. Its flagship program, the Individual Medical Assistance Program, subsidizes hospital treatment for individuals.

Other programs include the Endowment Fund Program, which provides grants to public hospitals for the treatment of qualified patients; the Ambulance Donation Program, which donates ambulances to local government units; the Capability-Building Program, which provides medical equipment and supplies to clinics and health units especially those in remote and underserved areas; and, the Calamity Assistance program, which helps victims of national emergencies and natural disasters.

The PCSO also conducts free medical and dental missions in different areas around the country in coordination with nongovernment organizations and other charitable groups.

All these and other PCSO programs are funded through the conduct of the popular Lotto games. Every Lotto ticket you buy gives you the chance to be a multimillionaire and helps those less fortunate every day.

I look forward to welcoming the new PCSO Ultra Millionaires in the coming months. Atty. Jose Ferdinand M. Rojas II is the vice chairman and general manager of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office.

– Atty. Jose Ferdinand M. Rojas II, BusinessMirror

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