PowerLotto aims P500-M Jackpot Mark

It is safe to say that you are prepared for the P500-million lotto big stake?

The Filipinos' fantasy of winning a P500-million bonanza in lottery has drawn nearer to reality with the presentation in the nation of Powerlotto, the most recent and greatest lotto amusement currently being offered by the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO).

Dr. Larry Cedro, PCSO representative, said the office presented Powerlotto in the Philippines with the point of pulling in more well-to-do Filipinos to "spread the philanthropy infection" by disparaging lottery diversions intended to produce assets for poor people.

"Powerlotto is our method for empowering the more prosperous parts of our general public—the ABC class—to join the philanthropy fleeting trend. They would now be able to help our less lucky comrades and, in the meantime, anticipate winning a huge number of pesos through lottery amusements," Dr. Cedro brought up.

He evaluated that the PCSO would produce an extra P149,940,000 in Charity Fund amid the activity of Powerlotto in the initial a half year alone.

Dr. Cedro noticed that it is less demanding for Powerlotto to achieve the P500-million bonanza check since the underlying big stake prize offered is P50-million. The underlying big stake prize will be added to the following attract case there is no victor in the past draw.

"On the off chance that there is no big stake champ for nine sequential draws, which is conceivable as observed from encounters in 6/49 Super Lotto draws, the bonanza prize will inflatable to P500-million—the greatest in Philippine lotto history," Dr. Cedro clarified.

"What's more, it (big stake) may even go past the P500-million stamp in the event that there are no bonanza victors in succeeding draws," he included.

The greatest big stake ever in the 13-year-history of online lottery in the Philippines—adding up to P249,005,120.40—was won last March 30 by a worker from Quezon City.

That bonanza prize for the 6/49 Super Lotto draw achieved the P249-million stamp after no one picked the correct number mix in the previous 16 draws. The March 30 draw was the seventeenth since the first was held in January 17.

To play the Powerlotto, a player with a base wager of P50 should pick five numbers from 1 to 55, in addition to one "control number" from 1 to 10. With a specific end goal to win the big stake, the bettor must pick the initial five numbers in any request and the correct "control number."

Beside the bonanza, a player may likewise win P700,000 on the off chance that he picks the primary arrangement of five numbers in any request (5+0); P50,000 for four numbers and the power number (4+1); P8,000 for the principal set of four numbers (4+0); P4,000 for three numbers and the power number (3+1); P600 for the main arrangement of three numbers (3+0); P400 for two numbers and the power number (2+1); and P100 for one number and the power number (1+1).

Powerlotto will be drawn once every week together with the other normal lotto diversion line-up booked on Tuesdays. Offering of Powerlotto tickets started last June 2 and the primary draw is determined to June 17.

Dr. Cedro said the Powerlotto is designed from America's most loved amusement, the PowerBall Lotto.

At present, the PowerBall is being played effectively in 18 unique nations, for example, United Kingdom, Spain , Greece, Austria, Chile, Romania, Luxemburg, Belgium, Australia, Portugal, France, New Zealand, Switzerland, Ireland, Israel, Italy and Serbia.

The POWERLOTTO tickets are accessible in any Authorized Lotto Outlets Nationwide, at the PCSO Provincial District Offices or at the PCSO Main Office at E. Rodriguez Sr. Road, in Quezon City.

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